South Indian mixture recipe | Poongodi’s kitchen

South Indian mixture recipe | Poongodi’s kitchen is a popular mixture served in south India. This mixture will be spicy with lots of curry leaves with a nice flavour. There are many variations in mixture recipe with different ingredients. I have posted two of it before, one with corn flakes as Corn flakes mixture recipe | Easy Diwali mixture and the other with Sabudana as Javvarisi mixture recipe | crispy sabudana chiwda. Now let us see how to prepare this tasty South Indian mixture.

Ingredients:-

  • Omapodi – 2 cup
  • Kara boondi – 1 cup
  • pea nuts / ground nuts / nila kadalai –  cup
  • cashew nuts / mundhiri paruppu –  cup
  • fried gram / pottu kadalai – cup
  • curry leaves / karuvepilai – cup
South Indian mixture ingredients
South Indian mixture ingredients

Method:-

1. Prepare omapodi and collect two cups of it. See recipe link Omapodi recipe

2. Prepare Kara boondi and collect one cup of it. See recipe link Kara boondi

3. Deep fry pea nuts in oil until it starts to pop up and turns colour. Remove and keep on a tissue to remove excess oil.

Frying pea nuts
Frying pea nuts

4. Deep fry cashew nuts to golden yellow. Keep it on a tissue.

Frying cashew nuts
Frying cashew nuts

5. Deep fry fried gram until it start to turn colour. Remove it and keep on a tissue.

Frying fried gram
Frying fried gram

6. Deep fry curry leaves till crispy.

Frying curry leaves
Frying curry leaves

7. Put all these fried ingredients in a bowl, and add half a tsp of red chilly powder, salt and asafoetida when the mixture is warm.

Fried ingredients in a bowl
Fried ingredients in a bowl

8. Break curry leaves and mix well. You will get a good flavour of curry leaves and the mixture. Cool down to room temperature and store it in a air tight container. Serve when ever needed. This is a good tea time snacks.

South Indian mixture recipe | Poongodi’s kitchen
South Indian mixture recipe | Poongodi’s kitchen

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