Bombay Jhal Muri (Buy 3 get 1 Free)

Jhal Muri
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Jhal Muri is a popular street food snack in India, particularly in West Bengal, Bangladesh, and other parts of Eastern India. It's a flavorful and spicy puffed rice mixture that is often enjoyed as a light and crunchy snack. The name "Jhal Muri" translates to "spicy puffed rice" in English.

Here's a typical preparation of Jhal Muri:


  1. Puffed Rice: The main ingredient, providing the base for the snack.

  2. Muri Masala: A spice mix that typically includes roasted cumin powder, red chili powder, chaat masala, black salt, and sometimes amchur (dried mango powder).

  3. Vegetables: Chopped vegetables like onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, and green chilies are often added for crunch and freshness.

  4. Chanachur/Sev: Fried gram flour noodles or other crunchy snacks are added for additional texture.

  5. Mustard Oil: Adds a distinct flavor. Some recipes use a tempered mustard oil to enhance the taste.

  6. Coriander and Mint Leaves: Fresh herbs are added for a burst of flavor.

  7. Tamarind Pulp or Lemon Juice: Adds a tangy element to the snack.

  8. Peanuts: Roasted peanuts are a common addition for extra crunch.


  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the puffed rice, chopped vegetables, chanachur (fried gram flour noodles), and peanuts.

  2. Add the muri masala, mustard oil (or tempered mustard oil), and tamarind pulp or lemon juice. Adjust the quantities to taste.

  3. Mix everything thoroughly to ensure the spices and flavors are evenly distributed.

  4. Garnish with fresh coriander and mint leaves.

Jhal Muri is often served in cones made of paper or in disposable containers, making it a convenient and popular street food snack. The spice level can be adjusted according to personal preferences. It's a delightful combination of textures and flavors, offering a tasty and refreshing experience.


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