Rose Cookies is the typical Anglo Indian cookie and the favorite among Indian Christians during Christmas season. These are similar to European Christmas fruit cakes served during Christmas eve meals.
Also known as Gulabi Puvvulu in Telugu, popular Indian Cookie in the festival season Sankranthi. In Tamil, it is called as Acchu Murukku and in Malayalam, it is called as Achapam. These sweet fried cookies are shaped like a rose, complete with holes to represent layers of petals.
They are made from flour, sugar, eggs and coconut milk and are very popular in South India like Bangalore.
Number of rose cookies for 1LB - 20 - 23 pieces
Maida or All Purpose Flour
Egg (NOTE: If you want to have it eggless, we will ignore egg, will add little extra coconut milk while making the batter.)