Tuesday, November 6, 2012

South Indian Mixture Recipe (Madras Mixture) | Diwali Recipes

South Indian Mixture Recipe
I didn't have any plans to try mixture recipe but my sis encouraged me to make mixture at home saying that it is very easy just to mix up all the ingredients once they are ready. So when I made boondi I planned to make mixture as well and here it is for you :)
South Indian Mixture Recipe

South Indian Mixture Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Sidedish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Kara Boondi - 1 cup
Omapodi - 1 cup
Poha(Aval) - 1/4 cup
Gram Dhal(Potukadalai) - 1/4 cup
Cashewnuts - 3 tbsp broken
Peanuts - a handful
Curry leaves - a handful
Red Chilli powder / Pepper powder - 1 tsp
Hing - as required
Salt - to taste

Other optional ingredients:

Ribbon Pakoda
Mullu Murukku
Thattai

Method:

  1. I made boondi and ompodi a day ahead to save time. Make all the ingredients ready - Deep fry peanuts and curry leaves until crisp, drain in a tissue and set aside. Then fry poha, gram dhal each separately until crisp .You can add a pinch of salt , hing while frying but it is purely optional.
    How to make madaras mixture - Step1
  2. Then fry the cashews. Drain the excess oil in a tissue, set aside.Take a newspaper transfer all the ingredients.
    How to make madaras mixture - Step2
  3. Add red chilli powder / pepper powder and give a quick mix. Can you see who is helping me? :)) If you are adding ribbon pakoda, mullu murukku and thattai just crush them with your hands before adding. You can even transfer this to an airtight container and give a quick shake for it to mix evenly.
    How to make madaras mixture - Step3
Your homemade south indian style flavourful mixture is ready!!
Madras Mixture

My Notes:

  • There is no accurate measures for mixture recipe, its just plus or minus the ingredients as we would prefer so be generous in adding more whichever you like it.
  • You can even crush garlic and fry it in oil and add it to the mixture for a garlic flavour.
  • You can skip salt as well as all the fried items already has salt in it.
  • You can additionally add cornflakes and other nuts too.
  • If you like pepper flavour skip red chilli powder and add pepper.
Madras Mixture Recipe

24 comments:

  1. i was waiting for this recipe ever since I saw your Diwali recipe collection!!! looks perfect!!
    Sowmya

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  2. Looks so colorful mouther watering perfect.

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  3. oh wow!!!!! This looks fantastic :) Feel like eating them now itself :)

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  4. i love mixture in any form..and sadly have to travel far to get some south indian chivda. I am not a big fan of the north indian ones though..

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  5. Superb Sharmi. Initially I thougt making mixer is a big job. But my mom always says it is the easy one. Want to crunch for hot cup of tea.

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  6. Crispy & spicy & totally droolworthy!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. love it! nice shorts
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  8. Hi Sharmi,

    I Loved ur recipes but this is the first time iam writing the comment. Very nice clicks and mouth watering recipe. Super sharmi keep up ur good work.

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  9. Wow..this Mixture looks terrific. I have a weakness for these and your look so inviting..Nice click, very clear

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  10. Droolworthy mixture, beautifully done.

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  11. wow that is an incredible attempt!! Perfectly made!!

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  12. Mixture looks delicious Sharmi!

    Thought of skipping the Diwali sweet-snack preparations this year! But your photos/posts from the past couple of weeks tempt me a lot! This is not fair! ;) :)

    BTW,Nice array of sweets of savoury items so far! Have a great Diwali!

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  13. Mixture looks yummy and crunchy.perfect with a hot cup of tea. Nice clicks.

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  14. I could smell it here, love the traditional mixture always,I mix it with sugar and eat :D

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  15. Perfect south indian snacker...
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  16. You make this sound so easy and the pictures are so tempting :) I have always been a lurker here but these pictures are too tempting that I had to comment.

    I always thought making mixture from scratch was hard work but I just love how simple it seems from your pictures. And the picture of your kid helping you is just adorable! Makes me dream of doing something like this when my son is older :)

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  17. I wish i had the patience and ingridients to make these, looks so so good.

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  18. My mom makes mixture this way. I love home made mixture, but as am lazy I never tried to make it.

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  19. Looks amazing! I luv mittu's hands pics...Also, what an enthu for posts...your blog deserves an award for the posts the occupy it.

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  20. Hi Sharmi...i just prepared this mixture...thank you for the recipe ...tkr

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  21. I think i posted a comment in "Sev " recipe.... the mixture came out really good & the whole family is now your fan ;))....

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