May 28, 2011

Masala Murmura

Masala Murmura is a quick to make, almost-oil free and healthy snack for kids. My little one loves this and calls this Sukha Bhel (not quite a misnomer), and I make this quite often at home . Murumura (Puffed rice) is called Kadalepuri in Kannada, and for all those from Bangalore, you would remember those hawkers in Lalbagh / Cubbon Park peddling these Masala Murmura cones over a hot coal pot !!

The quantities I have mentioned are indicative, but feel free to make any changes as per your palate. This snack is similar to Jhaal Muri of Bengal, and make a completely guilt free snack with your evening tea or even for between-meals snacking ! Sometimes, I add shredded carrots and chopped oniosn and cucumbers to make an instant bhel J
Preparation time : Nil. No cooking required.
Ingredients:
·         Murmuras / Kadalepuri – ¼ kg
·         Groundnuts – ¼ cup
·         Dalia / fried gram – 4 tbsp
·         Curry leaves – few
·         Salt – 1 tsp
·         Mustard seeds – 1 tsp
·         Hing – 1 tsp (opt)
·         Broken dry red chillies – 1 or 2 (Opt – but recommended – Kashmiri Variety)
·         Turmeric – 1 tsp
·         Oil – 1 tbsp
·         Peeled Garlic pods – 3 or 4 (completely optional)
Method:
1)      In a dry pan, roast groundnuts / peanuts and fried gram separately ensring they do not burn. Cool. You may additionally peel the roasted groundnuts but I add it whole.
2)     Heat another pan, splutter mustard seeds, add curry leaves, red chillies, garlic.  Add turmeric and switch off the pan.
3)     Now add puffed rice, groundnuts, hing, salt, dalia and mix well into the pan.
4)     Cool and store in an airtight container and serve as tea-time snack !



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9 Foodie Comments:

Vardhini on May 28, 2011 said...

My favorite. Bringing back childhood memories. :)

Vardhini
VardhinisKitchen

Divya.M on May 28, 2011 said...

nice snack.... looks really mur mur.... nice pic..

Aarthi on May 28, 2011 said...

wow..lovely snacks

kaveri on May 28, 2011 said...

that's a quick and guilt free snack which i make often...loved your version...My Heartiest Birthday wishes to your daughter...

Jayashree on May 28, 2011 said...

An easy and healthy snack. Thank you for sharing.

jayasree on May 28, 2011 said...

Guilt free snack to satisfy the hunger pangs between meals.

Harini on May 28, 2011 said...

love it! Its been a while since I made this!

Priya on May 29, 2011 said...

Fantastic,guilt free snack,feel like munching some..

Srivalli on July 03, 2011 said...

We love this kalyani..I remember my mom making this so often when we were kids..

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