Friday, June 15, 2012

ChuruMuri - Spicy Street Food / Spicy Puffed Rice

ChuruMuri is the most popular and most loved street food in Mysore. Today I remembered this Churumuri and wanted to eat it very badly. So thought of preparing this.
 If you step out of your home in Mysore, you can see so many street shops selling churumuri and many stand in queues to enjoy the taste of it. I could still remember how I used to bunk my dinner for having this. This is loved by kids and adults. This Recipe is also very simple to make and can be prepared in minutes. You can add more or less chilli powder and green chillies as per your taste. Since i love to eat spicier, I added bit more. Addition of Coconut oil enhances the taste. The most important point to remember is to serve and eat churumuri immediately to enjoy the Puffed Rice crispy and spicy taste. Just give a try. You will definitely enjoy eating it. Goes well during tea time.


INGREDIENTS:
Puffed Rice                - 4 cups
Onion                        -  1 medium size
Carrot                        - 1
Coconut Oil                - 1 1/2 tsp
Green chillies              - 2 Small size
Turmeric Powder        - 1/4 tsp
Red Chilli Powder        - 1/2 tsp
Salt                             - To Taste
Coriander Leaves          - To Garnish (Optional)
Lime juice                     - 1 tbsp

STEPS:
  1. Finely chop the Onion and Coriander Leaves. Grate the Carrot. Grind the Green chillies to a fine paste by adding drops of water. 
  2. In a large vessel, mix all the ingredients with the Puffed Rice till it is coated well the ingredients and serve immediately. You can make cones with the newspaper and serve it.

Tips:
  • Grated Raw Mangoes and Roasted Peanuts can also be added optionally.
  • First, Add red chilli powder and little green chilli paste and taste it and then only add the remaining green chilli paste since it will be more spicier. 
  • If you don't have coconut oil, Sesame oil can be used. 
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24 comments:

  1. tasty n yummy snack...lov the color n flavor!

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  2. Looks yum
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  3. I have tasted this with raw mango and chopped cucumber...yummy snack..

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    1. yes Priya.. Since my husband dont want mango to be mixed with this, i didnot add.. i have give that as an optional one in Tips..

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  4. looks lovely dish poorni and its different than mumbai bhelpuri right

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    1. Yup.. it is completely diff from bhel puri dear Meena.. it is more spicier than Bhel puri and is popular in karnataka,

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  5. lovely snacks.. would love to give a try :)

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  6. wow! colourful & tempting recipe. Have puffed rice at home. will try & let you know :)

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  7. Very addictive and yummy snacks.

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  8. colorful and yummy snack:)
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  9. This is the best snack, I feel....can eat to our heart's content without feeling guilty.

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    1. Yes Shobha.. a most satisfactory snack to have esp during rainy days.. :)

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  10. crispy and yummy.you have a nice blog. you can visit my blog and give ur valuable comments.

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