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Healthy Kurkure Korn Kamaal Snack

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Found this recipe on one of the Kurkure packets so thought of sharing with you all.

Kurkure-Korn-Kamaal

Recipe Courtesy: Kool Kitties

Ingredients:
Kurkure Hyderabadi Hungama
Half Cup Corn
Half Cup Onion (finely chopped)
Half Cup Capsicum (finely chopped)
Half Cup Tomatoes
2 Green Chillies (finely chopped)
Chaat Masala (1/2 tbsp)
Oregano (1 tsp)
Lemon Juice (1 tsp)
Butter (1tsp)
Salt to taste
Coriander for Garnishing

Procedure:
1. Microwave half cup corn for 3 mins
2. Add half cup onions and capsicum
3. Microwave again for 2 mins
4. Add half cup tomatoes and finely chopped green chillies
5. Add Kurkure Hyderabadi Hungama
6. Sprinkle half tsp chaat masala, half tsp oregano, 1 tsp lemon juice, and 1tsp butter
7. Add salt to taste
8. And now finally, garnish it with coriander.

After so much of hardwork, its now time to enjoy your tasty Kurkure Korn Kamaal.

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Written by pure007

August 19, 2009 at 5:47 pm

Do Not Say No To Kurkure Chilli Chatka

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Kurkure-Chilli-Chatka

Kurkure is a snack that is liked by people of all ages and every nationality. I read a review by a foreign chef on the tasty and delicious snack i.e. Kurkure Chilli Chatka.

This is what he had to say,

Back from the Indian food store, second trip, for this Frito Lay product from India. What surprised me was the bag was mostly in English.

Chatka from what I saw online means burn.

What you get is a product that looks very much like a cheeto, a bit smaller imo on most pieces.

The color this time is brownish with some seasoning on it

The brownish color must be from the graham meal they are using. It also includes rice and corn meal as well.

A regular cheeto only has corn meal in it.

The seasoning includes chili, onion powder, fennel, garlic powder, coriander powder, black pepper, ajwain, and cumin

The flavor though was amazing. Heat level though was not much, but you can taste it.

A big thumbs up, but can you find it locally though???

(You can find the original review at http://www.discusscooking.com/forums/f26/kurkure-chilli-chatka-review-59369.html)

This is what a foreigner had to say about the famous Indian snack “Kurkure”. And we in Indian believe in rumours that Kurkure contains plastic. It is time to think proactively. We as consumers cannot be deceived by any rumour that is spread by any miscreant.

Jago Grahak, Jago!

Written by pure007

August 6, 2009 at 4:24 pm