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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Mixture Recipe | South Indian Style | Snack Ideas

    Mixture is a south Indian snack made by mixing various deep fried ingredients.It is spicy ,sweet ,crunchy and very addictive.I love especially oma podi very much.When i was a kid my grand pa used to buy it for me .Its his favorite i guess.
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    I love sweet and spicy kind not the spicy ones.Commercially available packets of mixture has lot of salt that makes it in edible( at least for me).So i thought of preparing my own just because  i missed my home very much during the last diwali.
         At evenings when you mouth carves for some spicy snack you can have it with a cup of coffee.Even i prefer garnishing my bisibelabath and curd rice with this.During preparation i saved some sev for eating as is.So i must have got around 1 to 1 1/4 kg .
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      The taste of homemade stuff , the satisfaction  and love while making the recipe also seeing our dears enjoying will never be the same when we give them the store bought snack,right?Do i need to say my dearies loved it very much ? So for the upcoming Christmas prepare and share this mixture with your friends and family. 
   Note:My ladle hole was big ,so my boondhi is out of shape.I fried my oma podi little more time that's why color is brown otherwise it will be yellow(My thin sev press got a bigger hole in the middle that's why).
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Step by step picture recipe for making south Indian mixture:
  • Prepare sev/oma podi .Crumble and keep it .
  • Add besan and rice flour to a deep bowl.Add pinch of baking soda then add water little by little to make a thick paste.
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  • Keep a holed ladle and press the batter through it.You will get roundels drop falling to the hot oil.Boondhi will get cooked in 2 minute.Take it out by straining excess oil and keep it in a tissue.Similarly do the remaining batter made for boondhi.mixture recipe5

  • Fry aval in the same oil and strain the excess oil.Then fry roasted gram ,peanuts,cashews and raisins separately.Drain excess oil from everything.
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  • Fry curry leaves at last .Cool all of the fried ingredients and mix them up.Add chili powder,salt and little sugar to a wide deep bowl.
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  •  Mix the sugar,chili powder and salt .then add it to the fried ingredients  and mix very well.
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  • South Indian style mixture is ready for snack.

                                                                  South Indian Mixture Recipe

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 Cuisine: South Indian   Category:Snack Prep time:30 minutesCook time:2 hour Total Time: 2 hour 30 minutes Yields:1 1/ 4 kg


Ingredients:
  • 2 cups of besan and 1 cup of rice flour)sev.
  • 1 cup besan and 1/4 cup rice flour and pinch of baking soda to make boondhi.
  • 1/4 cup pressed rice/aval/poha.
  • 1/4 cup roasted gram /pottukadalai.
  • 1/4 cup peanuts/kadalai.
  • few cashews and raisins.
  • required salt and sugar.
  • chili powder/milagai thool.
  • few curry leaves/karivepilai.
Method:
  • Prepare sev/oma podi .Crumble and keep it .
  • Add besan and rice flour to a deep bowl.Add a pinch of baking soda then add water little by little to make a thick paste.Keep a holed ladle and press the batter through it.You will get roundels drop falling to the hot oil.
  • Boondhi will get cooked in 2 minute.Take it out by straining excess oil and keep it in a tissue.
  • Similarly do the remaining batter made for boondhi.
  • Fry aval in the same oil and strain the excess oil.
  • Then fry roasted gram ,peanuts,cashews and raisins separately.Drain excess oil.
  • Fry curry leaves as well .
  • Cool all of the fried ingredients and mix them up.
  • Add chili powder,salt and sugar to a wide deep bowl.
  • Mix it well and add the fried ingredients to the chili powder and mix very well.
  • South Indian style mixture is ready for snack.
Note:
  • Like spicy items in? then add mullu murukku in small pieces.(big ones will be inedible)
  • Small pieces of ribbon pakoda.Small pieces of kara sev etc.
  • If you like dried fruits ,you can add chopped cranberries  ,m and m ,chocolate chips etc.
  • If you like nuts, add chopped almonds/badam also you can add more cashews ..


19 comments:

  1. one of my most fav too.. looks perfect!

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  2. Who doesn't love mixture? The HD and the kids devour packets of it... yours looks so perfect, must try them at home...

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    1. Oh !!! thanks for the lovely comment raf ..You should try it ..

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  3. Yummy mixture dear! I want the whole dabba :)

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  4. The most favorite snack in every home! You have made it so well!

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  5. I am a great fan of mixture... Bookmarked it

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  6. My daughter's addiction!!
    Bookmarking this one:-)

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  7. My all time favourite. I will have to try this recipe :-)

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  8. Mixture looks really yummy, I want to taste now, thanks for sharing !!

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  9. Wow this snack is looking so nice and crunchy. Love it Sathya. Perfect and better than market style.

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  10. thank u so much. my kids will.love it.

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  11. omg.. this is too good. loved this very much.. bookmarking it..

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  12. One of our favorite snacks, perfectly done..

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