What makes Tirunelveli Manoharam unique?
Although Manoahram is a well-known sweet, especially as a part of Seer Bhakshanam, the Tirunelveli Manoharam is a regional specialty due to its different ingredients and way of preparation from the regular Manoharam sweet. The Murukku part of the Tirunelveli Manoharam is made up of Gram Flour or Besan, also known as Kadalamaavu in Tamil where 90% of it is Kadalamaavu and 10% Arisi Maavu (Rice Flour). Further, the traditional syrup of Jaggery is added to blend it to the perfect sweetness. The usage of Kadalamaavu in its preparations, adds to thicken the texture of the Murukku within the Tirunelveli Manoharam.
Deserves to be a mandatory item in the Seer Bhakshanam
Seer Bhakshanam majorly targets presentation, as it is going to play a key role during celebrations and occasions. Thus, to present the pair of cone-shaped Paruppu Thengai Koodu, the Tirunelveli Manoharam would top the list.
What a magical combination!
The Manoharam is indeed a combination of the traditional Murukku, mixed with Jaggery Syrup, which makes it sweet. Every foodie would admire the creativity within food combinations, for which the Manoharam is the best instance. Thanks to our tradition for having found such mouth-watering combinations which are worth playing a role at special occasions. We have more in the list of Seer Bhakshanam offerings like the Coconut Burfi, Cashewnut, Mysore Pak, Seer Jangiri, Seer Kaapu Arisi, and so on.
Make the best choice, to choose us!
Making choices plays a key role, especially when it is for something special. Let it be a Wedding, Valaikaapu, or a naming ceremony, Seer Bhakashanam is going to be worth it, with us at Mylapore Ganapathy’s! So, all you gotta do is, explore our Seer Bhakshanam offerings and get in touch with us to fit your requirements, whether Mini, Small, Medium or Big!Seer Bakshanam Final