Sunday, July 19, 2015

Red Rice Flakes Chivda/Sivappu Aval Mixture/Red Poha Chivda - #MonsoonMojo

Its been a while i bought some thick red rice flakes for making upma with it, but none at home want to have upma hence a packet of red rice flakes was sitting in my pantry. Eventhough the expiry date is not near by, i couldnt resist to give a try to this simple,quick and very addictive crispy munchies. A prefect evening snacks to munch with a cup of tea or coffee, if you make this quick mixture you cant stop munching these deep fried beauties. I didnt add anything apart from peanuts and cashewnuts to bring the nuttiness to this simple chivda aka mixture. If you want to add more than the nuts just go on. Since i dont want to spend more hours in my kitchen, i just dished out this simple chivda.Sending to Kalyani's Monsoon Mojo Event..

Red rice flakes chivda, sivappu aval mixture

Am running this week's blogging marathon with Deep fried Love as theme, after two different deep fried beauties, am sharing virtually this super crispy mixture with you all. If you dont have thick red rice flakes, dont give up just try with the usual thin poha. Even thin poha works awesome for making this easy mixture. If you dont know what to serve your kids for their snacks, just make this mixture and serve them for their evening snacks. Am sure they will seriously enjoy this crispy beauties.

Red rice flakes mixture, sivappu aval mixture

4cups Red rice flakes/Sivappu aval
1/2cup Raw peanuts
15nos Cashew nuts
1tsp Red chilly powder
1tsp Sugar
Few curry leaves
Oil for deepfrying

Heat oil for deepfrying, fry the peanuts in medium flame until they turns brown, remove and drain the excess of oil with paper towel.

Now fry the cashewnuts in simmer until they turns brown, remove and drain the oil with paper towel.

Slowly fry the red rice flakes in small batches until they turns crispy, drain the oil with paper towel.

Once frying everything, take all the fried ingredients in a large bowl.

Add now the red chilly powder, salt, sugar and toss everything gently until they gets well coated.

Serve for snacks.

Red rice flakes chivda

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nandoos Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

nice crunchy snack..

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

Karumuru we say in Malayalam... I could keep munching on this! Missing u over at my space... do come over when you have the time...

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

Using red rice flakes to make chivda is a great idea. It looks so crunchy & delicious.

Sathya- MyKitchenodyssey said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely looking mixture sis..Def it must gone very quick