Today I am posting a very authentic, easy tasty snack item of North & South India. A very light snack, One thing that I want to share about authentic taste's is we may taste many innovative, new recipes with a variety of ingredients
, but it's taste will not beat the authentic dish's taste, isn't it? My main intention of sharing these authentic recipe's for the reason that we may forget that food in this fast, hectic schedule, but we should share this wonderful tatse's to our kids a part from pizza's, burger's. I am sure they will enjoy this..
Atukulu/Beaten Rice Flakes - 3 cups
Oil - 3 tablespoons
Mustard seeds - 2 teaspoons
Black Gram Dal - 2 teaspoons
Jeera - 2 teaspoons
Green Chillies -3(Slit and halved)
Ground Nuts - 1/2 cup
Putana - 1/2 cup
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Salt - 1 teaspoon(adjust)
Curry leaves - 7
- Saute beaten rice flakes for few minutes in a kadai without oil in a low flame so that poha turns crispy(It should not turn brown).
- Heat oil in a kadai, add mustard seeds, saute till it pops, then add split black gram dal, jeera, groundnuts, putana, curry leaves, saute till dal turns red.
- Add turmeric Powder, salt, green chillies and saute for a minute.
- Turn off the heat, add roasted rice fakes and mix well.
- Can be stored up to a month, Serve as a snack.