1. Immunity Aval – 1.5 cup
2. Peanuts – Handfull
3. Fried gram/Pottu kadalai – Handfull
4. Cashew 8 to 10(broken into half
5. Curry leaves – 6 to 7 leaves
6. Salt to taste
7. Chilly powder
8. Hing – a pinch
9. Oil for frying
Keep all the ingredients ready.
Heat oil in a wok.
Once oil is heated, add Peanuts and fry till it is slightly brown
Remove them and drain excess oil in tissue paper.
Then add fried gram and cashew in the same way.
Now add Immunity Aval/Poha and fry them till the shh sound ceases.
and Drain it in a tissue paper.
At the end add Curry leaves and fry till crisp.
Transfer all the item to a big bowl and add salt, chilly powder, hing and mix well
Crunchy healthy snack is ready for our tea time.
Immunity Aval/poha can be replaced with other traditinal flattened rice/poha varieties like Black rice(Karuppu Kavuni),Diabetic/Arthirites ( Kattuyanam)
Author: Sri Nandhini Hari
I’m Sri Nandhini Hari, a B.Com & M.B.A finance post graduate and have worked in American Express Bank as an Asst. Manager and later with CTS as Financial Analyst. I have a passion towards our own tradition and culture and this has triggered me to share the natural and homemade products to a bigger community for the benefit of all.
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- Immunity Aval_1cup
- Grated coconut_ 2 Tblspoons
- Cardamom powder_ 1pinch
- Jaggery powder_2 tbl spoon
Wash the Aval once, just to clean it.
Then soak it in warm water for 10 to 15 mins.
Add pinch of salt,powdered jaggery,cardamom powder and grated coconut.
Healthy Sweet Snack is ready to feast our kids coming from the school.
Immunity Aval can be substituted with other Aval varieties like Black rice(Karuppu Kavuni), Diabetic/Arthirites ( Kattuyanam), Normal Aval or Poha
Thanks to Seethalakshmi (a parent from our group) for sharing the recipe.
Author: Seetha Lakshmi
I'm a homemaker and a mother of 7yrs old son.I strongly believe in Thirumoolar's word"Food is medicine". My quest regarding ancient food recipes started a year back. I'm very happy to share and learn through this initiative from Swarna prashana.
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