Chavanu is Gujarat’s famous snacks recipe. It’s spicy, tangy and yummy in taste. There are various kind of chavanu you can find in the market, also can make it at home too. Basically chavanu is a Diwali snacks. During the Diwali, Chavanu is given as a gift with the different sweets. Also, during the special occasion it is served as a snacks. You can make the chavanu and store it for long time. Chavanu is a best time pass snacks which you can enjoy any time. Learn how to make chavanu at home.
Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Servings: Makes 500 gm
– 1 cup chana dal
– 1 cap peanuts
– 2 tablespoon sugar powder
– Salt to taste
– 1 cup mung beans
– 1 tablespoon red chili powder
– ? teaspoon garam masala
– 1 cup whole dry peas
– Oil for deep frying
– 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
– ? teaspoon black salt powder
– 1 cup colourful boondi
– 1 cup rice flakes (Poha)
– 1 cup sev bhujiya
– ? tablespoon blackpepper powder
– 1 teaspoon cumin powder
How To Make?
1. In a different bowls, wash chana dal, mung beans and dey peas and soaked them for 5-6 hours.
2. After that, drain the water and spread them on the kitchen towels to dry for 20 minutes.
3. Now, in a frying pan heat the oil and add Chanda dal, and fry it until it becomes crispy. Remove it from the pan and place it on the absorbent paper.
4. Then separately fry peanuts, peas and mung beans. Drain them on the absorbent paper.
5. Now, add spices over the fried dal and others and mix them well.
6. Now, fry the rice flakes into the oil. Then place it on the absorbent paper.
7. Then in a large bowl, add all beans, nuts, flakes and toss them well.
8. Mix boondi and sev bhujiya to the mixture and mix them.
9. Now, add salt, turmeric powder, red chili powder, sugar powder, garam masala, black salt powder, black pepper powder and cumin powder to the beans mixture and toss them well.
10. Let the mixture to cool completely then store it into the air tight container.