Sunday, May 13, 2007

BHAJJI--MURMURA CHAT


this is a roadside snack which always reminds me of my olden days spent with my frens....i want to share with u all....
any type of bhajji 2 small
2 cups murmura
1/4 cup peanuts
1/4 cup split chick peas
1/4 cup minced tomatoes
1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro
1 sp chili powder
1/4 cup chopped onions
lemon juice
salt

cut bhajji into chuncks.
take a wide bowl.pour lemon juice.add salt ,chilli powder,chick peas,peanuts,chopped onions,tomatoes.
add bhajji and mix well......check for salt...
add murmura and cilantro and mix well. serve as a snack


9 comments:

Jeena said...

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archana said...

Hey this is nice and so different. I have never tasted it. It is so simple and looks yummy. I am making this recipe. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

Asha said...

Mouthwatering!!! YUMMY!! Can't say enough to see Bhajji with Churmuri.We used to eat this a lot in B'lore.Thanks.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

WOW......It is looking colourful. I love to have nice chat items in my weekends.....I realy used to hunt for them madly...I think I will try this one surly.

Sharmi said...

yummy looking bajji. you are a snack lover right?

Jyothi said...

Hi shanti, really looks yummy. Great snack recipe, thanks for sharing.
Delay wishes friend...happy mother's day.

Seena said...

Is it crispy, shanti?
the name reminds me of the Kurumuru means crispy in malayalam!

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Hey, this is a gr8 post... adding bhajji pieces into chaat is a very new thing to me. Will try this out sometime. thanx! :)

SHANTI BHANU said...

#jeena thank u i visited ur website...its grt
#archana this tastes grt..thank u
#asha thank u
#sukanyaramkumar try this .thank u for ur comment
#sharmi yes i love roadside snacks ..thank u for ur comment
#jyothi thank u..
#seena..its not crispy.u add tomatoes and lime juice so it becomes little soft.
thank u
#ramya thank u this is a very famous andhra roadside snack..everyone loves to have it...just try u'll know..thank u