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This dynamic duo of roasted rice flakes (poha/chura) and fresh green peas (matar) knows how to turn a simple dish into a memorable one. Enjoying special popularity in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, this street food can be very easily prepared at home, and has good nutritional value. Chura Matar might not look very fancy, but its delicious flavours more than compensate for it. It is surely a must-have on the breakfast or snacks menu. Ingredients– For Chura: Rice flakes (chura) 2 cups Black Salt (namak) to taste Black pepper (kali mirch) 1 tea spoon Vegetable oil 5-6 table spoons For Matar: Fresh Green Peas (hara matar) 2 cups Green chillies (hari mirch), slit 2 Onion (payaz), sliced 1/4 cup Salt (namak) to taste Method For Chura: Heat oil in a big pan. Add rice flakes and let it fry for 7-8 minutes or till they become crisp. Once done add salt and black pepper and remove it from flame. For Matar: Heat oil in same pan in which rice flakes have been fried. Add onion and green chillies and let it cook for 3-4 minutes. Then add green peas, salt and cook it till peas become soft. Once done put the flame off. Mix Chura and matar just before serving to avoid sogginess. #uzmaseasyrecipes #churamatar #friedchura #biharfood #bihar_se_hai #biharstreetfood #homemadefood #mumbaifoodblogger #biharsehai #munchymumbai #mumbaifoodlovers #foodindia #mumbaifoodie #foodtalkmumbai #foodiesofindia #gharkakhana #mumbaifoodiejunkie #biharifood #indianfoodblogger #desikhana #foodmaniacindia #delhifoodie #patnafood #patnabihar

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