For Diwali I am sharing a very Healthy No Fry Chivda in just 2 tablespoons oil. …

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For Diwali I am sharing a very Healthy No Fry Chivda in just 2 tablespoons oil. It’s yum and my recent favourite tea time snack.

Ingredients

4 cups (200g) poha/flattened rice
2 tablespoons oil
1 cup raw peanuts
½ cup cashews slit in half
½ cup almonds slit in half
¼ cup dry coconut thinly sliced
¼ cup roasted chana dal
20-22 curry leaves
2 green chillies roughly chopped
¼ cup raisins
½ teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon amchoor powder
1 teaspoon kashmiri red chilli powder
salt to tatse
2 tablespoons powdered sugar

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Steps In Making

In a heavy bottom pan add poha and dry roast it for 3-4 minutes on medium -low flame till it becomes crunchy. Once done, remove it in a bowl.

In the same pan add oil and once it becomes hot add raw peanuts and roast them for 4-5 minutes till, they are almost 60-70 percent done. They will become slighty dark in colour.

Now add almonds and cashews and roast them for 2-3 minutes or till they get a light golden colour.

Further add roasted chana dal and thinly sliced dry coconut and roast them for another 2 minutes.

Now add  curry leaves and green chillies ( I have removed the seeds from the chillies) Roast them till become crispy.

Add raisins and cook for another minute.

Lastly add all the spices, turmeric powder, amchoor powder, red chilli powder and salt and mix well. Cook for another minute.

Add sugar and mix well

Finally add the roasted poha and mix till everything is well combined.

Let them cool completely before storing it in an airtight container. Can be stored for upto 1 month.
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20 thoughts on “For Diwali I am sharing a very Healthy No Fry Chivda in just 2 tablespoons oil. …

  1. Thank u too good n super easy n one can eat lots as less oil awesome thanks once again i used to deep fry each n every item before n it was very time consuming n very long tedious method

  2. @healing_and_humor this one! Mine doesn’t have coconut, but it does have potato chips and sticks to bulk it up, sultanas (deep fried!) and regular cornflakes!

  3. Looks yummy. We all r health conscious. So it is roasted poha. Good idea. Thanks Aarti ji❤️

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