Bengali street food has many fans. Angus Denoon, a British chef, visited Kolkata many years ago and jhalmuri caught his fancy.
Jhalmuri is a hot and zingy delicacy made with puffed rice, mustard oil, onions, green chillies and spices.
The Bengali word 'jhal' means spicy (hot) and 'muri' means puffed rice or what we call 'murmura'. It is basically murmura mixed with spices, boiled potatoes, oil, onion, chanachur (Bengali version of sev) etc.
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