CORN FLAKES RED RICE FLAKES MIXTURE

Hi friends, this week runs very fast and now the weekend going to start. Today’s post for Cooking from Cookbook Challenge which is initiated by +Srivalli jetti from Cooking 4 all Seasons


I prepared the hot and crispy mixture from Aval Vikatan supplement book. In original recipe, they used white rice flakes (White Poha), but for a change I used red rice flakes and other thing was I don’t have white rice flakes while am making the mixture…:P But it came out very well and is apt for cold weather.


Category
Snacks
Regional
Indian
Preparation Time
10 Minutes
Cooking Time
15 Minutes
Yields
3 Cup 





INGREDIENTS
Oil – To deep fry
Red rice flakes (Red Poha) – ¼ Cup
Fried Gram dal – 2 Tbsp
Peanuts – 2 Tbsp
Corn flakes – 1 Cup
Dry curry leaves – 2 Tbsp
Red chilli powder – 1 Tsp
Salt – To taste


METHOD
  • Heat enough oil for deep fry in pan;
  • Fried the red rice flakes in low flame; it will be burn while frying on high flame and take out from the oil and keep it in absorbent paper.
  • Then, keep the flame to medium flame, add fried gram dal, fry it till golden brown and take out from the pan, then keep it in absorbent paper.
  • Then fried the peanut till golden brown, take out, followed by add corn flakes and fried it and take out.
  • Mix the all fried things in a wide big bowl; add salt, red chilli powder and dry curry leaves mix it well.
  • Serve it with Tea/Coffee…




NOTE
  • You can substitute white rice flakes instead of red rice flakes.
  • Add little pepper powder instead of red chilli powder.
  • If you like garlic flavor, deep fry the some garlic flakes with skin and add it with the mixture. 
  • You can add deep fried fresh curry leaves. 


ENJOY THE CRISPY AND HOT MIXTURE... 




21 comments:

  1. Have a crispy evening sis.super crunchy mixture

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  2. Tempting wanted to try this oven.. pending for long time .. btw loved your version quick and easy to munch

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  3. wow.. like this version of mixture.. looks too good.,.:)

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  4. I love this cornflakes snack. I haven't eaten this in a long time. In fact I bought some cornflakes 3-4 weeks ago to prepare this mixture but never got around to making it.

    Just like corn flakes, we also get white flakes. It is made of rice or sabudana, I don't remember and look just like the corn flakes, but white/transparent whitish in color. Those flakes go will in this mixture.

    Even your flakes mixture looks delicious and I can finish off that bowl in minutes. .

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  5. Nice and delicious snack, Viji!! Iove to have this with cup of tea now..

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  6. wow with red rice it looks really good.

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  7. Quickly made healthy snack, would love to have some :P

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  8. Looks crunchy and an apt partner for evening tea/coffee

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  9. Red rice poha adds a healthy touch to this crispy munch, Viji :)

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  10. Ideal for snacking this holiday season

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  11. Very tempting n crispy mixture there. Apt for the chilly weather. Makes am awesome combo with a cup of coffee

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  12. yummy one I love it a lot so easy and so tasty.

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  13. super tempting mixture da :) love the addition of red flakes ;) super po

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  14. I haven't tried red flakes till now. Will look for it in the grocery store. Mixture looks crispy and crunchy -- perfect tea time snack.

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  15. Wonderful tea time snack , looks so crunchy and yummy !

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