Monday, February 14, 2011

Borugulu, spicy Murmuralu, Puffed rice snack

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For the 6th day of the marathon, I wanted to prepare something other than regular rice...so I chose 'Puffed rice snack'!

Borugulu is probably one of the very common street side snack you can find in Andhra...I don't know about rest of the country.
I remember when we were young, a guy would bring a big bag of puffed rice on his bring selling street to street. Whoever wanted to buy would buy by the kilo or whatever required.
Then I remember sitting along Tank Bund is Hyderbad and gobbling up quickly before anyone would want a share from mine.
Another place I loved getting this spicy quick snack was while walking up the Tirupathi steps. Along the way you will find vendor selling this and around the time we always went, it used to be mango time and he would put tons of raw mango...and it used to taste yum!!..
I prepare this sometimes at home as a quick snack and me and my hubby enjoy it more than the kids. That maybe because they haven't tasted it at the right place.




Ingredients:

2 cup puffed rice, murmuralu, dry roasted to crispiness
1 -2 tbsp putnalu pappu, chutney daal, dry roasted
1/4 cup peanuts, dry roasted
1-2 tbsp grated carrot
1-2 chopped onion
1 tbsp chopped tomato
1 green chilli chopped finely
few coriander leaves, chopped
1-2 tbsp mango, chopped
salt to taste
chilli powder to taste
lemon juice to taste

Method:

Dry the ingredients which have to be done.
Mix all the ingredients together.
Serve as is.
Enjoy!!!



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23 comments:

  1. Feel like grabbing that spicy puffed rice and munching rite now...yumm!!

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  2. tangy,crispy and tasteful murmura.....loving it

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  3. I want that pack now...So inviting..Yum

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  4. picy and munching eat any time and in any quantity

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  5. Yes you are right smitha it is a very famous street snack in Andhra and yes i too like that Tirupati steps way this one and those mango and cucumber pieces with chilli powder ummm he he nice one and tempting one dear

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  6. Smitha, can you please pass me that cone? I love this and can eat this for breakfast, lunch, dinner n anytime in between ..lol:))

    Happy V day to you n your loved ones :)

    US Masala

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  7. love the sukha bhel....will surely try it

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  8. Wow..I must get some of this puffed rice!! We usually mix it with sev and then all the condiments like you!! My kids love sprinkling it on their beans on toast!!

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  9. drolling seeing the pics..you have combined really well..Happy Valentine's Day!

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  10. Love this snack and that too when served in a cone. Perfect and delicious Smitha.

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  11. Never tried this way,looks and sounds superb! Nice clicks and presentation!

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  12. WOW!! so delicious looking murmura. Beautifully served in cone.

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  13. Looks very tempting and very good clicks :)

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  14. oh i'm drooling isn't this best...oh i want to go to India :)

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  15. I want to grab that borugula potlam. My husband is the one who prepares this at our home. :)

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  16. Bookmarked! I've never come across the savory version with puffed rice, we make the sweet one with coconut and sugar. This looks so tempting- I'm craving for a mouthful. Already! :)

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