Averabele Mysore Churmuri is a popular street chaat that can commonly seen on the roads of Mysore district in Karnataka. This Averabele Mysore Churmuri is a type of Bhel puri Prepared using a special type of puri or puffed rice available in Mysore in olden days. I have added fried Averabele or cow beans or hyacinth beans or surthi papdi to this Churmuri and has given a twist to the churmuri with another variation. This Mysore Churmuri is said to be the best weight loss low calorie Indian evening snack or chaat recipe.
Averabele Mysore Churmuri is easily prepared using Vitamin B rich and low calorie mysore puri or puffed rice and Protein rich Fried Averabele blended with few vegetables along with rasam powder , which gives a unique taste to this Churmuri..Different types of puffed rice or puri is manufactured using Different types of rice and each Puffed rice tastes different in taste. This Averabele Mysore Churmuri is very different in taste and has a classic south Indian touch . so one must definitely try this spicy Averabele Mysore Churmuri and enjoy the taste of this Mysore puffef rice or puri during this winter without fail.
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Preoaration time – 10 minutes
Mixing time – 5 minutes
Total time 15 minutes
Makes – 2 servings
- 3 cups mysore puri or puffed rice (salem puri )
- 1 /4 to 1/2 cup Fried Averabele
- 1 medium size carrot grated
- 1 tomato desseded and copped finely
- 1 medium size onion finely chopped
- 1 tbsp coriander leaves finely chopped
- 2 to 3 tsp green chilly or as par taste finely chopped
- 1/2 tsp rasam powder
- 1/2 tsp chat masala powder
- 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
- 1/2 to 1 tsp lemon juice
- Salt to taste
- 1/4 cup om pudi or sev
- 1/4 cup small masala boondi
- 1 tbsp refined oil
Clean the puffed rice properly and keep aside.
Remove the peel of the hyacinth beans or Averekaye and soak the the seeds in water for eight to nine hours.
Then strain out the water and take out the peel of averekaye by pressing each seed keeping in between two fingers.
Generally one cup averekayr soaked reduces to half cup after the outer covering is removed.
Then wipe out the water on the averekaye using a cloth by spreading on the cloth.
Then deep fry in the oil till crisp and keep aside to use in the Churmuri.
Take out the Averekaye when it is slightly soft because it becomes crispy after it cools down.
Mix Mysore puri , oil , turmeric powder , rasam powder and chat masala powder nicely.
Combine grated carrot , onion , tomato , coriander leaves and green chilly together.
Mix the masla mix and dry mix now in awide container nicely.
Add in fried Averekaye , om pudi and masala boondi and give anice mix addin g salt and lemon juice lastly and serve immediately.
- Masala can be prepared in bulk and used as and when required by adding all dry ingredients.
- You may use the fried Averekaye in other chaats also.
- You may add red chilly powder and salt to the fried averekaye and can consume ., it tastes very good.
- Contains high amount of carbohydrates that can improve your energy instantly.
- Contains dietary fiber so helps in digestion and supports weight loss.
- Rich source of vitamin D , calcium , iron and fiber.
- Maintains blood pressure levels in the body.
- Abundance of Vitamin B and minerals increases the disease prevention.
- Very low in calorie so helps to reduce weight.
- It contains neuropterans smitten nutrients , that helps to improve brain developments for children.