Hariyali Munchies

Hariyali Munchies

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Hariyali Munchies are full of goodness. They can be packed in tiffin without any chutney as the munchies are packed with an array of flavours. Beside it is easy for children to eat,they can just pick and eat.

There will be a repeated demand of `Hariyali Munchies` from the children.

Hariyali Munchies recipe - How to make Hariyali Munchies

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  1. Soak the broken wheat over night. Add salt and micro high for 30-60 seconds or until cooked. Drain the water if any and allow to cool.
  2. Mix idli batter, spinach puree, ginger-green chilli paste, peanuts ,broken wheat, freshly scraped coconut, sambhar powder, turmeric powder, tamrind pulp, sugar, oil and salt and mix well.
  3. Add fruit salt and mix quickly. Pour a spoonful of the mixture in greased idli moulds, sprinkle cashewnut and sesame seeds on top and steam for 10-12 minutes.
  4. Brush oil on each hariyali munchies, so they don’t dry after cooling.
  5. Wrap the munhies in aluminium foil and pack in the tiffin box. Can also pack coconut chutney (can be prepared earlier and stored in fridge) or tomato ketchup if desired in a seperate tiffin box.


  1. Add 1/4 cup boiled beet root puree or 1/2 boiled carrot puree, instead of palak puree.
  2. Add boiled moong dal, rajma instead of broken wheat.
  3. Add finely chopped carrots, capsicum, or any veggies of your choice to the batter.


Hariyali Munchies
 on 28 Jan 17 02:08 PM

Very nice and nutritious dish for all age groups
Tarla Dalal
28 Jan 17 02:25 PM
   Thank you...