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murmura chaat – how to make murmura chaat or puffed rice chaat

by dassana amit updated September 21, 2013

murmura chaat recipe: light murmura chaat, murmura chaat

murmura chaat or puffed rice chaat is a light and healthy snack. there are days when you want to eat light food. i made these lightly spiced puffed rice ( murmura chaat) on such a day.

we just had this and some fruits this day. may be the travelling back home from coimbatore was taking a toll on us.

murmura chaat - spiced puffed rice

i also kept the spicing, flavoring light. i did not add roasted gram or peanuts or onions to the puffed rice (murmura).

just lightly roasted the puffed rice with some turmeric, asafoetida, black salt and curry leaves.

murmura chaat - roasting puffed rice

added some chopped boiled potatoes and topped with a little sev. and the light chaat was ready.

feel free to add various tidbits to the puffed rice the way you or your family likes. to make this you will need puffed rice which is also called as murmura in hindi.

murmura chaat puffed rice

the other ingredients for murmura chaat are easily available in any indian kitchen. fine sev ( fried gram flour vermicelli ) can be given a miss if you don’t have them.

make a whole lot and store in an air-tight jar… of course minus the potatoes… you can munch these whenever you want.

murmura chaat - puffed rice chaat

if you are looking for more rice recipes then do check vegetable pulaohyderabadi veg biryani, veg fried rice, kerala biryani, kashmiri pulao and asian style veg pulao.

murmura chaat recipe details below:

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murmura chaat
 
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murmura chaat – lightly spiced puffed rice
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Recipe type: snacks
Cuisine: indian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 2 cups puffed rice
  • 1 medium size potato, boiled, peeled and chopped
  • ½ tsp turmeric
  • a pinch of asafoetida/hing
  • 1 sprig curry leaves
  • 2 tsp oil
  • 1 or 2 tbsp fine sev
  • black salt as required
Instructions
  1. heat oil.
  2. lower the flame and add the curry leaves.
  3. fry for a minute.
  4. add the turmeric and asafoetida.
  5. stir and immediately add the puffed rice.
  6. roast the puffed rice till they become crisp.
  7. do not brown them.
  8. add black salt.
  9. when serving murmura chaat, add some boiled potatoes and top up with sev.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 4

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nu March 15, 2014 1

just came across your website and loved it. the recipes are simple yet so appealing. the pictures are brilliant! you should get so much pubilicity. sharing on facebook and everywhere. thanks you!!

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dassana amit March 15, 2014 2

welcome nu

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madhavi reddy September 16, 2013 3

the procedures r very good as it is in step by step method also can u provide any paneer item like this

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dassana September 17, 2013 4

which paneer item?

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Shri March 7, 2013 5

Dassana,

This is a favourite post of mine. I loved the snapshots and the the leaf bowls.
Unsuccessfully tried to get some during my India visit.
Could you send me some? :-)!

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Richa@HobbyandMore July 6, 2012 6

woah! Congrats on the record!:) you deserve it all and more!:)

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dassana July 6, 2012 7

thanks richa :-)

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muskaan July 5, 2012 8

your recipies are always easy to make ……. the ingredients are easily available. congratulations for the new record ……..may you go a long way ahead!!!!!!!!!

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dassana July 5, 2012 9

thanks muskaan.

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supriya July 5, 2012 10

Hi Dassana first of all kuddos to you may you have many many more visitors and followers. The murmura chaat is my fav tea time snack. Gr8 pics and presentation.

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dassana July 5, 2012 11

thanks supriya.

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radha July 4, 2012 12

We have this almost everyday. The potato is optional but we add some lightly sauteed groundnuts. I microwave the murmura for about 40-50 secs and they are nice and crisp.

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dassana July 4, 2012 13

the microwave technique is new to me. i always fry the murmura the traditional way.

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familycook July 4, 2012 14

Your Blog is worthy of visits, keep it up.

My Mom used to make this version at home and so do many of aunts. However, it was not called chaat maybe because they wanted to keep away the children from the whole concept of eating the chaat from outside:)

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dassana July 4, 2012 15

thanks family cook. you can make this “chaat” for your kids too. at least they won’t eat chaat from outside :-)

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Anamika @ madcookingfusions July 4, 2012 16

Hey Dassana that is fantastic news and a great achievement, looking forward to a 10K soon :). Very well deserved! Murmura chat is my anytime fav.

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dassana July 4, 2012 17

thanks anamika.

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prathibha July 4, 2012 18

Nice n simple recipe..congrats for the new record..

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dassana July 4, 2012 19

thanks pratibha.

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Sharmilee July 4, 2012 20

Quick and easy snack….guilt free too

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