BM #86 Week 4 Day 1 - 

This week I shall post some bookmarked recipes which we have enjoyed at home.

In my childhood days, it was almost a weekly routine to mix pickle in either flattened rice or murmura. But this idea of adding apple and the rest of the ingredients was given by my friend. 

The spicy taste of the pickle balanced by the apple, the crunch of roasted peanuts and sev, was a true delight. A delicious and spicy twist to the traditional Bhel!!

Recipe Source
Ingredients - 

Murmura / Murmuralu / Borugulu 8-9 cups
Andhra Pickle (Maagaaya, Avakaya, Usiri Avakaya etc) as needed
Peanuts, roasted as needed
Onions, finely chopped as needed
Tomatoes deseeded, finely chopped as needed
Apple, cored, finely chopped as needed
Sev and Coriander leaves for garnish



Method Of Preparation -


In a huge mixing bowl, add the murmura and mix the pickle in, adjust the pickle as needed. [If the murmura are not as crispy, toast them in a heated pan for a few minutes.]

Mix in toasted peanuts, finely chopped onions, finely chopped tomato and finely chopped apple.

Serve in individual bowls, garnish with sev and finely chopped coriander leaves.


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Preparation Time 15 minutes
Serves 5-6
Posted by Harini R on Saturday, March 24, 2018

16 comments

  1. This is new to me...I never tried achar with murmura and to top it with apple....lovely khatam meetha combination...I am drooling...bookmarking it...

     
  2. Suma Gandlur Says:
  3. Achaar and green apple add new flavors to bhel, I am pretty sure.

     
  4. Rafeeda AR Says:
  5. The idea of using achaar in bhel is so new... sounds really delicious and a quick fix for those hungry times...

     
  6. Yummy munchie..But with achar flavors is a nice twist..

     
  7. Achaari bhel sounds yum and tongue tickling ! Would love to munch on some ! Super idea .

     
  8. Srivalli Says:
  9. Wow that's some new flavour Harini, that bowl looks so good!

     
  10. Usha Rao Says:
  11. Harini, I still do that, add some pickle to murmura or atukulu when I am lazy to cook just for myself. I never tried apple but add carrot, cucumber or raw mango. Achari bhel is so flavorful!

     
  12. wow thats an interesting bhel harini. achar and apple combo sounds good.. I would love to indulge in such a unique bhel like this..

     
  13. Pavani N Says:
  14. Wow, what a spicy, sweet, tangy chaat that is. Never thought good old aavakaya can be used to make an addictive chaat like this. Will definitely have to try this out for my husband.

     
  15. This sounds too delicious. The mix of pickle, peanuts and bhel is such an amazing treat..

     
  16. Sapana Behl Says:
  17. I have never thought of adding picl=kles in bhel. Such an addictive and spicy idea.

     
  18. Priya Suresh Says:
  19. Omg, quite a new dish for me and this achari bhel sounds absolutly fabulous. I can even say that if i make this dish i wont keep myself away from it. Am in love with this dish.

     
  20. sushma Says:
  21. Achari bhel sounds interesting and looks so delicious too.

     
  22. Jyoti Babel Says:
  23. The use of achar will surely give it a nice tangy flavour.

     
  24. Rujuta Says:
  25. hi
    interesting addition of green apple to bhel.. will try it out
    apart from that the addition of pickle to murmuras is something we do and call it kachcha chiwda

     
  26. what a ymmy snack - looks so delicious

     
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