Sunday, November 28, 2010

Jhalmuri

A very popular Bengali Street food, Jhalmuri is one of the easiest types of Chaat to make. It does not require any type of chutney and can be dished out with few basic ingredients. Also this snack can be pepped up by adding your own choice ingredients. It is light on stomach and going for a second or third serving is guilt free. This is my version of Jalmuri ----


Ingredients:-

  • Puffed Rice :- 150gm
  • Chopped Onion - 1 medium sized
  • Chopped Cucumber- 1/2 cup
  • Chopped Green Chillis -2
  • Sev Bhujia - handful
  • Coriander leaves - little
  • Mustard Oil- 10-15 ml
  • Lemon -1
  • Chopped Green Mango - 1/2 cup
  • Roasted Groundnut - 1/4 cup
Method:-

Chopped Raw Mango n cucumber

In a big mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients.



You can also add boiled potatoes or chopped tomatoes. Let the tomato be extra firm lest the jhalmuri becomes a soggy affair.

Toss with lemon juice and garnish with the finely chopped coriander leaves. Serve immediately.


Linking it to kurinji's HRH 2_Puffed Rice


sending this to Pari's 'Only'- Chaat
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15 comments:

  1. Feels like iam at a road side bhel-puri shop..gud work priya

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  2. Hi Priya,

    That's a lovely chat dear...Have never tried maiking at home...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  3. Simple and delicious chat..never tried this before,looks so good.

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  4. Lovely chat. You have a sweet surprise at my blog.

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  5. Superb jhalmuri looks soo tempting..

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  6. Hello from Malaysia!!! :D

    Hi Priya, thanks for dropping by and your comments at my blog.

    Wow Jhalmuri, something new to me. Looks scrumptious. Wish I could taste some now ;)

    Have a great day!

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  7. I can have this for lunch, dinner n anytime in between..lol..looks absolutely irresistible!

    US Masala

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  8. hey Priya,I could have not imagined a more perfect time to share an amazing bloggers award with you anytime but NOW,when you have posted my favorite jhal Muri,I am a hugeeee fan of Jhalmuri and have actually dedicated a post to jhalmuri :)

    So please visit my blog and collect your well deserved award :)!!!

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  9. It looks like something I LOVE at a restaurant here... they call it Belh Puri.

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  11. Simple and easy chat.I had this during dussehra.

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  12. wow !!! crunch munch yummy recipe..

    Thank u so much for passing on the award

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  13. Love this chat, I do have it very rarely now:(, first time here, lovely looking blog

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