Tuntunae-Munmunae -Fried Cookies For The Festival Of Ahoi Ashtami
Note from Mamta: Tun-tunae Mun-munae are a cross between biscuits and sweet ‘puas’ or ‘pakoras’. In my parents’ house, they were made only once a year, on the Hoi day. After the pooja (prayers), our mum will have us all sitting around her and then ‘throw’ them in front of us. We would then grab as many as we could. It was a kind of game, to see who got the most! I have never seen any recipe for it on the internet anywhere and I wonder if anyone else has this tradition in their family! If they are, get in touch, with your family tradition, recipe differences and pictures.
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