Monday, April 21, 2008


I was waiting to start this blog with a special food from my region. Macaroon is the most famous sweet snacks in tuticorin. I would call this sweet as a comfort food. Its so tasty and you just cant stop with one. I never thought I could do this at home and I found out that its very easy and simple. It takes time to bake but its worth waiting!!!


2 egg Whites

3/4 cup of sugar

3/4 plain cashew

Beat the egg whites for few mins.(Beat it with an electric beater) Add sugar little by little while beating the egg. Beat the mixture until it becomes stiff. It would take 10-15 mins to become stiff. Chop the cashew into small pieces. Add the cashew in the mixture and slowly mix it with a spatula. Pre-heat the oven for 200 degree. Cover the cookie tray with a parchment paper. Place a small amount of mixture making it as an inverted cone shape. Bake it for 30 mins, turn off the oven and let it cool in the oven for another 30 mins till it becomes crispy.


You can reduce or increase the sugar and cashew from 1/2 cup to 1 cup depending upon your taste.

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Shri said...

oh my gosh! macroons my favourite friend was in tuticorin and she brings me every weekend when she returns from home.It is great that you made it at home.I want to taste it..really so tasty.First time to your have got a nice blog.

Sunshinemom said...

Hi, beautiful cone macaroons - I just took the tutukudi recipe from mom:) Will try it when I get back home. May I suggest that you join the Indian food blog aggregator here? I have put the about link here so that you can read it up.
Also check this post and let me know whether you would like to participate in the Arusuvai Chain :)
Welcome to blogosphere :)

Felcy said...

Thanks for visiting.

Thanks for visiting. Will definetly join in the chain,

Divya Vikram said...

Hi from tuticorin..Really happy seeing macaroons in your blog..looks too going to ty this soon..Are u from tuty?

Anonymous said...

Hey friend, I am in US now. i love Macaroon like anything. I feel this is the only real sweet in the world. Just i was prizing about Macaroon, while searching thru google, i got this link, Thanks a ton, i never know that, we can cook in the home. Probably this weekend i will cook this.

Again thanks a ton man, i was so excited, by seeing the cooking methodology.

Balaji MS

Anonymous said...


Thank you for the recipe and picture. Do you by any chance know how to make the wine drops cookies (also famous in Tuticorin)? If yes, would you please post it sometime?

Thanks a lot!

Baskaran V said...

Hi All,

I had Original Tuticorin Macaroon, it was excellent.... Can buy from

Try its worth..