Kampi Murukku is a type of savory snack from South India. The main ingredients include rice flour, black gram flour (urad dal flour), vegetable oil, salt, and pepper. Other spices like cumin seeds and sesame seeds may also be added for flavor.
To prepare kampi murukku, the dry ingredients are mixed together and then kneaded into a dough using water. The dough is then loaded into a murukku press or piping bag fitted with a star-shaped nozzle, and piped onto a greased surface or a piece of banana leaf. The murukku is then deep-fried in hot oil until crispy and golden brown.
Kampi murukku is a popular snack in South India, particularly in the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. While it is a tasty snack, it is important to note that like many fried and processed snacks, it is high in calories and fat and should be consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet.