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Cereal Chevda

Chevdo is an Indian snack made with crisped rice, broken potato chips, dry cereal, sev, peanuts, almonds, cashews, ...Discover how to make Chevda using our easy to make Chevda recipes and videos. Share and Recommend Chevda recipes.  Chevda is a favorite snack of mine to munch on with the my morning special tea time....but I often feel guilty eating such greasy foods. I have been making cereal chevda and roasted poha chevda for long time now.. 
Prep. Time: 6-8min
Cooking Time: 5min
Baking Time: 1 hr at the lowest oven temprature
1 small pack of Rice crisp cereal
1/2 pack of Corn Flakes cereal
1/4 pack of Cheerios cereal
1/2 cup of raw almond broken in two pieces
1/4 cup of raw peanut
Curry leaves
1/4 cup oil
1 tsp Turmeric powder
A pinch of garlic powder
1 tbsp Red chili powder or add according to your taste
1 tsp fennel seeds
Salt according to taste
Sugar according to taste
Fried lentil such as chana daal, mung dall or mix lentil mix can be added

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Preheat oven to the very lowest temprature about 170 F
Take a big size & deep foil tray or any oven proof tray.
Mix all cereals and keep it aside.

Now take a small pot. Heat oil and add almond and peanut.  Add fennel seeds. When nuts are little brown, add curry patta and all powdered spices.
Take off from the stove. Add salt and sugar.
Pour this mixture onto cereals. Mix everything well.
Add all fried daal at this time if you want to add. Daal is optional
Place the tray into the preheated oven.
Bake chevda for an hour stirring occassionaly in between.
Take out from the oven after an hour, let it cool and store the chevda in air tight container or glass jar.
Serve this chevda with tea time or in breakfast everyday.
You will never get boared of this chevda.
This chevda is very light so you may want to make in bulk.

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