Take almonds without skins.
Heat oil and roast them to golden,stirring all the time.
Place them on kitchen paper to absorb extra oil.
Sprinkle salt & pepper.
They are tasty as cold as warm.
Handy tips:- Can be made with sunflower seeds also.
1 full cup
Chopped coriander leaves
Fresh lemon bit
Chopped green chillies 1tsp(finely)
Pudeena(mint fresh ones) 1tsp
sev/plain crushed corn flakes 2tsp
Finely chopped red onion 1/2cup
Make ready all chopping vegetables,
Mix together and add the powders,mix well.
In a bowl add roasted peanuts,chickpeas
and above mixture,rub well.Add chopped chillies,chopped red onion.
Mix lemon to it.
In a serving bowl take 2tbsp of mixture,and place the murmura(tbsp),and chopped green
leaves over,sprinkle crushed corn flakes.Serve immediately.
GREEN PEAS MASALA
This is also the same process as above!
The only changing is instead of murmura we are using,peas.
Soaked & boiled greenpeas 1cup
All ingredients are same as above.
But the peas should be "warm" before you serve.
So,heat oil(tsp) and warm them ,before keeping in serving bowls.Serve a piece of
Mix the other ingredients well in a other bowl.
Can be made with mung(green gram whole) sprouts,chick(whole)peas,(soaked & boiled),Yellow
peas,ROASTED PRESSED RICE etc....
ROSTED SOYA BEANS
Baking powder/sodium bi carbonate 1tsp
Salt,oil and chaat masala
Soak seeds in soda water for 5 hours.
Allow to dry (spread on a cloth).
Heat oil and fry them to crispy.
Add tomato slices,keera (green cucumber) and little red chilli powder for spicy
Rice flakes 2cups
mint leaves 1tbsp
chaat masala 11/2tsp
Salt to taste
Boil the tamarind and jaggery in 1 cup of water for few minutes, strain&remove the pulp and keep the water
Mix the mint leaves and green chillies and grind to a smooth paste.