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You can really use any cereal that is available.
looks really nice! haha but i dun think i can get soo many types of cereals
It’s count chocula or lucky charms for me please!
Lemon zest will give you flavor without the tang.
How about using finely grated lemon zest?
The problem with lemon juice (other than the moisture issue) is that it will be absorbed by the few flakes that it lands on. Even with good mixing, it may not get even coverage. You could cook it longer on low flame and evaporate the moisture, though.
If you choose to use lemon juice instead of citric acid, could you bake it to remove the extra moisture that might be added?
are plain cherios good for you?
Hi me again! Interesting combo of cereals will try this.
A bit of history every1- this is not new concept. Back in the 60′s or 70′s when indian migrants first came to the west, of course you couldn’t find many places that sold chevdo or even the normal ingredients like lentils etc. indian people used cereals like cornflakes and rice crispies etc to improvise on making this snack. My aunt still does as it is much healthier and tastier than 1s from the store which we use 4 convenience only.
Great recipe. Thanks a lot for this one. I have just made it and its really tasty ..and so quick !
Wow ! that was quick for tea break !! thanks a ton Hetal and Anuja
The citric acid gives the tartness to the chivda. You cannot use lemon juice because it would introduce moisture to the mix and would make the chivda soggy or spoil faster. You can find it at most Indian grocery stores.
Its a no.1 recipe… but can we make without the citric acid… wat would be the difference..
It looks tasty. As an aside, I would submit it to Guinness Book of World Records for “Most Elaborate Breakfast Cereal”.
This is fabulous. I travel quite a bit and this has been a lifesaver when I don’t have time to stop and grab a bite to eat. Thank you.
Yes, it is OK. The leaves dry up in the oil and there is no moisture left.
it’s ok to store it with the leaves in with the cereal?
Brilliant. Thanks a million.
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