In a bowl add 1 cup rice flour and urad dal.
Add salt and melted butter.
Mix well and add water. Knead into a smooth soft dough.
Use thenkuzhal achu.
Squeeze big murukku in hot oil.
Fry in medium flame and flip on both sides.
Once oil sound subsides take it out.
Drain in a kitchen towel
Add ¾ up jaggery in a saucepan and ¼ cup of water.
Once it melts filter the impurities.
Mine did not have any impurities.
After filtering add it back to the pan.
Add dry ginger powder and cardamom powder.
Let the jaggery boil.
Take few drops and mix with water
It will gather into a mass and form a hard ball consistency.
That is the right stage.
Switch off the flame.
Add murukku in a wide bowl and break the murukku into pieces.
Add the jaggery syrup to this.
Mix well with a spoon.
Once it is warm, grease hands with ghee
Take a big lemon sized portion
Make into round balls.
Sometimes in the last it will stick to the bottom of the bowl
At that time, just show the pan on the heat for few seconds it will loosen up.
You can make urundais.
Manoharams are ready.