Corn Flakes Chivada (No Frying / No Roasting)

Corn Flakes Chivada

Corn Flakes Chivada (No Frying / No Roasting)

This is quick and tasty Chivada made from ready to eat Corn Flakes (the one that you eat for breakfast). Do not buy corn poha (Flattened Corn) that you get in grocery shop. That needs frying before you can use it. In this recipe, there is no frying – it requires very less oil. It does not require any roasting either – so quick and easy to make. It’s very tasty. You can make this using oil or Ghee (Clarified Butter). The one with Ghee is more delicious. Try it.


Ready to eat corn flakes 500 gram (Buy plain corn flakes without any coating / flavour)

Raw Peanuts 1 cup

Dalia / Roasted Chana Daal (Roasted Split Bengal Gram) ¾ cup

Dried Coconut (Khobra) 1 cup

Seasame Seeds 2 tablespoons

Chilly Powder 1 teaspoon

Powdered Sugar 2 tablespoons

Oil/Ghee (Clarified Butter) 1 cup

Mustard Seeds 1 teaspoon

Turmeric Powder ½ teaspoon

Asafoetida (Hing) ½ teaspoon

Cashew Nut ½ cup

Raisins (Khismish) ¼ cup

Salt to taste


1. Cut Khopra in thin slices about 1 inch long

2. Make pieces of cashew nuts

3. In a large pan, heat oil on medium flame.

4. Add mustard seeds, wait till sputters

5. Add peanuts, sauté till reddish brown.

6. Add khobra slices, sauté till dark brown.

7. Add chopped cashew nuts; sauté till light brown

8. Add raisins, sauté

9. Add roasted dalia, white sesame seeds, Asafoetida, Turmeric Powder, Salt.

10. Mix well.

11. Turn off the flame.

12. Add corn flakes, mix well.

13. Add powdered sugar, mix well.

14. Cool to room temperature. And store in air tight container. This will last for 15 days without refrigeration.


1. You can add Kurmura (Puffed Rice) also to this. You will need about 3 cups of kurmura. Dry roast Kurmura till crispy. Add to the mixture along with corn flakes.

2. The sequence of adding ingredients is very important.

Corn Flakes Chivada

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