Bombay style beaten rice snack.

Recipe  Ingredients:
1 cup sago (Sabudana)
½ cup unsalted peanuts without skins ( mungphali )
½ cup alamonds /cashews ( badam /kaju )
¼ cups raisins (kishmish)
1 cup potato straws (available at most supermarkets in snack section)
5 green chillies (hari mirch) chopped
1 tsp lemon salt
2 tsps sugar ( chini ) coarsely powdered
Vegetable / canola / sunflower cooking oil (tel) to deep fry.
Recipe Method:
As sago will be deep- fried therefore we need a deep-bottomed frying pan.
Put oil on mediun heat.
When oil is ready. Add will puff immediately.
Drain the oil from sago with the help of a sieve and put it over tissue paper.
Fry sago let the tissue paper soak extra oil from them.
Now, fry green chilles ,Kadhi patta, almonds and csahews.
Add raisins and the fried ingredients to sago with salt and grounded sugar.
When cooled keep it in air tight containers.
Use it as snacks with tea.




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