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Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Noodles and Poha(atukulu) Chivda


This recipe i got it from a tv show where noodles are boiled,fried and mixed with poha/Atukulu or beaten rice.Here goes the recipe:-

Ingredients:-

Plain noodles 1 packet
Poha(atukulu) 2 cups
Peanuts 1/4 cup
Raisins few
Almonds few
Cashew few
Chat masala 2 tbsp
Salt as per taste
Plain flour 2 tbsp
Oil 2 tbsp
Oil for deep frying

Method:-

Boil noodles with 1 tsp of oil and strain the water.

Sprinkle plain flour on boiled noodles and gently mix it.

Now heat oil and slowly put noodles into the hot oil and fry till light brown in colour.

In a separate pan take 1 tbsp of oil and fry poha until cripsy and keep a side.

Fry peanuts,cashew,almonds and raisin separately and mix it with the poha.

Lastly in a big bowl put fried noodles,poha,peanuts and all the dry fruits.

Add salt and chat masala and mix well.

17 comments:

  1. Very interesting chivda. Sure to try.Click is very good.

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  2. A new dish to me...sounds yummy...

    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. interesting one dear...quite an innovation Imust say:)
    great to snack on
    Thanks for sharing

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  4. Adding noodles in poha sounds gr8.

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  5. I make chivda like weekly...adding noodles is real interesting..shall try..

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  6. innovative use of noodles in chivda!

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  7. thanks for the comments ..
    ya u can pan fry the cutlet but just make sure that the paties should be thinner
    the chivda looks delicious

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  8. Great idea! It looks delicious..

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  9. This is really interesting dish, looks yummy dear...

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  11. Wow! Very lovely combination!

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  13. I am so excited to have found your blog. My mom lived in Dubai for 3 years and just moved to Balikpapan Indonesia not quite a year ago. I always beg her to bring spices back for me when she comes home to the States to visit. Your recipes are intruiging and I look forward to trying them. As you can see from my blog post at

    http://bestfrommynest.blogspot.com/2010/04/what-for-dinner-wednesday-recipe.html

    I love the food of different cultures. Exciting!

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