Girmit recipe explained with step by step pictures. Girmit is a very popular street food from north Karnataka. Girmit is a tea time snacks or street food in Hubli dharwad region of Karnataka. Learn how to make North Karnataka churumuri or mandakki recipe. This chat or snacks recipe is extremely popular in Hubli-dharwad region of Karnataka.
In this girmit recipe a curry or gojju is prepared using onion, tomato and tamarind. Then it is mixed with puffed rice and garnished to prepare tasty girmit. Actually there are two versions of girmit. One is dry or sukha girmit and the other one is this. This girmit is more popular and it will not be crispy. In north Karnataka puffed rice or mandakki is used in many recipes. Soon I will share many more recipes from North Karnataka using puffed rice. This recipe is from my friend Anupama, who currently lives in Hubli.
Actually in North Karnataka, there are so many varieties of Mandakki or churumuri recipes. The recipe varies from region to region and house to house. Among them I have already posted Mangalore style churumuri, davangere style churumuri (nargis mandakki) and Hubli style dry verision of girmit recipes.
If you are looking for more recipes from North Karnataka then do visit our North Karnataka recipes section. And if you are looking for more snacks recipes then do visit our Karnataka snacks recipes section.
Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 10 min
Serves: 2 plates
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