Thursday, December 18, 2008

Poha snack

This mixture is a very good time pass snack. And too good while travelling and for tea times. maggie noodles masala powder gives a great tastes to this mixture.
And I am sure kids easily attract to this snack. we can store this mixture in air tight container for a month.

Corn poha    1 cup
Rice poha     1/2 cup
Peanuts       1 tbs
Chilly powder 1/2 tsp
Sev                   1 tbs (optional)
Magie noodles masala powder 1/2 pocket
Oil for deep frying
Curry leaves
Salt




Spread one table spoon of water on rice poha, mix it well and keep it aside. 
Heat oil in kadai, fry the corn poha on high flame(but Add only a little, they puff up and occupy a large area). remove from oil. Continue frying another batch of corn poha and do the same until done all the corn  poha. In the same oil fry the rice poha. Do the same process as the corn poha. And fry the peanuts and curry leaves one bye one. Those all are fried within 5 minutes.
Now gently mix together poha, peanuts,sev, curry leaves, salt, chilly powder and magie noodles masala powder in a big dish. 

34 comments:

rekhas kitchen said...

ahaha ippudu ikkada winter aa mixture with tea dorikite mmmmm and sita pullaattulu iron pan mede baguntayi kani mana daggara undadu kada so.....

rekhas kitchen said...

sita one more thing maramarala undalu try chesan with honey chala bagavachinayi can i post the recipe in my blog

Navita said...

more than the mixture i like the paper cone..i make like that to serve my beguni (fried eggplants.)

Sanghi said...

superb easy snack! I have so much poha in stock bought for karthigai. will convert all in to yummy snack now.!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow rocking recipe. Simple and easy to make. Nice timepass snack.

Shama Nagarajan said...

quick snack...nice entry

Priya said...

SUperb snack n quite easy one..

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

great snack option. i can keep on munching on these non stop :)

Cham said...

Looks great munching snack :)

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This is so cool. Nice recipe. Love to munch it on cold winter. Will try it soon.

srikars kitchen said...

Wow.. great snack .. looks crispy & perfect...

Uma said...

Noru vuristondi! Yummy!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I love this and miss so much,wish to have that whole cone!

Roopa said...

Hello :) I think this is my first time here:) Wow that snack recipe colection was amazing, especially the Haldiram sev ! Nerver found that recipe anywhere on internet. Thanks for sharing, didnt know Moth flour was the secret ingredient :)
Thanks for visiting my blog :)

Sharmi said...

waw that is a beautiful snack!! I have never seen corn poha. do we get in Indian grocery store? I want to make this one. do we have to deep fry, is there any other option. sorry for so many questions:) thanks for the entry!

Yasmeen said...

yummy crunchy snack:)

Shreya said...

such a simple and yummy snack to much on:-)

DEESHA said...

this looks sooo nice, I love this

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A lovely snack! Really interesting!

Cheers and Happy Holidays,

Rosa

Adlak's tiny world said...

simple and easy, tasty and crspy with hot cup of tea. perfect one ...

Navita said...

hey thanks for stopping by dear!

Daily Meals said...

Love the picture...adding maggi masala is a good idea...children will like them...

vidhas said...

nice snack with a hot cup of tea

Vij said...

Looks lovely! gr8 presentation.

Wish you a happy new year! May all your dreams come true.

cheers
Vij

SriLekha said...

looks delicious!

do visit my blog when u find time and join in the savory event going in my blog!
Wish u a very happy new year!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Happy New Year to You!

Anisheetu said...

Nice way of serving... Made me remember the thela in India..miss all that here...

rekhas kitchen said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR To YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Sita

Premyscakes said...

Wow nice to have it as snacks at any time, just luv them. Wish u a very happy new year.

G.Pavani said...

looking yum yum nice time pass snack in evening

Indranee said...

Lovely snack and nice click!

Suma Rajesh said...

this looks perfect snack...

Preety said...

nice recipe and loved the picture..

Pritya said...

Hi...thats a real stylish combo for kids, though I am sure adults will find it as irresistible. I like the pic and it looks so inviting. I am intrigued by the addition of water on the rice poha, we generally fry it as it is. Must try it like this to see the difference.