Thursday, November 17, 2011

SOUTH INDIAN MIXTURE – MADRAS MIXTURE RECIPE

    As mentioned in my Previous post i am sharing the recipe of south indian mixture|madras mixture which we make for diwali and now i packed for my in laws as I am leaving in a day to India.  Here comes the recipe for South Indian mixture.
Madras- mixture

INGREDIENTS:
KARA BOONDHI 1 CUP
OMPODI | SEV 1 CUP
RIBBON PAKODA 1/4 CUP
MULLU MURUKKU 2-3 NO
PEANUTS 1/4 CUP
ROASTED GRAM | CHUTNEY DAL 1/4 CUP
RICE FLAKES 1/4 CUP
FRESHLY GROUND PEPPER 1/4 TSP
CURRY LEAVES FEW
SALT TO TASTE
CASHEW NUTS FEW(OPTIONAL)
CORNFLAKES A HAND FUL(OPTIONAL)
South-Indian-Mixture

METHOD:
  • Deep fry the peanuts, roasted gram,rice flakes(thick or thin) curry leaves, cashew nuts, cornflakes separately in oil and drain the excess oil in a kitchen towel. While frying them add little salt to the oil.
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  • This time i didn’t use the cornflakes as i am sure my Fil doesn’t like that.
  • As i am running out of cashews i didn’t add this time.
  • Mix all the ingredients together and add crushed pepper to this.
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  • Crush the ompodi , ribbon pakoda and murukku into small pieces .
  • Mix well nicely. Put this in a airtight box and shake this nicely.
  • Flavorful mixture is ready to consume.
  • Store this in an airtight box and enjoy with tea | coffee.
Madras-mixture
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34 comments:

  1. Mixture is superb.Fantastic combo coffee and mixture.

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  2. Crunchy and perfect for teatime..feel like grabbing from the screen :)

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  3. Home made mixture is always a welcome as it has its own flavour! With coffee it looks damn tempting

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  4. Mixture and filter coffee..pramadama irukku.

    Have a great India trip.

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  5. Wonderful looking mixture...

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  6. mixture looks perfect n crispy...delicious combo with tea!!

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  7. superb looking mixture ...best for tea time snack

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. wow looks so yummy, Jaishree ...I love mixtures it looks so tempting :)

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  9. awesome...such a joy to have it with hot steaming cup of coffee in the winter.

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  10. A SUPERB CRUNCHY , MUNCHY POST FOR SURE

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  11. wow perfect mixture jeyashri,u fried everything evenly...

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  12. Spicy, crispy mixture perfect with kaapi!! :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. sicy,crispy n crunchy mixture....looks fabulous....perfect!!

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  14. Looks damn tempting Jeyashri.. looks too good and home is the best and with the coffee perfect pair up. By the way going to India? Have wonderful trip.

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  15. Any leftover there, love this homemade mixture anytime,love it love it..

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  16. super one with hot coffee i love it..

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  17. Tempting and my fav. with coffee. My recipe for mixture is ready in draft slightly different.

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  18. It needs so much of effort..Comes out too gud.Luv the festival spirits..
    :)

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  19. Loved ur clicks. The stack of omapodi looks awesome :)

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  20. Super tempting mixture. Would love to have it with coffee.

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  21. Happy journey and a nice vacation!:)

    Adding ribbon pakoda-murukku-pepper powder are new to me. Will try next time!

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  22. Crunchy and perfect for teatime..feel like grabbing from the photo :)

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  23. Ho that filer coffee and mixture is making me hungry

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  24. simply love the taste n freshness of home made mixture...looks perfect


    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  25. Nice recipe .. Very new to me

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  26. wonderful recipe..looks perfect..

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  27. wow...
    looks perfect and very tempting jeya :)

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  28. Looks super yummy.. I wish i had that cup with me now!!!!

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  29. Looks super yummy.. I wish i had that cup with me now!!!!

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  30. Hi Jeyashri, Awesome recipe. I'm gonna follow this to the T. So far, omapodi and karaboondi done.
    Just one suggestion: Please link to Omapodi and Karaboondi from the ingredient list. It's easy for people to go to those recipes. Of course, I searched and got the posts. Just saying it's more convenient. Thanks :-) - Divya

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    1. thanks for the suggestion. But i linked to all already. Now highlighted

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