Monday, 9 February 2015

Metkutache Dadpe Pohe


Rice flakes or puffed rice ( poha ) is very common ingredient used in Maharashtrian breakfast dishes. Batate Pohe a very popular delicious dish made with potatoes and poha .


Today I am posting recipe of one more breakfast dish made using poha. This is a very simple and easy dish and takes hardly any time to be made. Serve this garnished with coriander leaves or topped with crispy sev.





Ingredients :


2 cups........................thick rice flakes ( jada poha )
1 .............................onion ( finely chopped )
2 tbsp......................freshly scraped coconut
2 ............................green chillies ( finely chopped )
2 tbsp.....................coriander leaves ( finely chopped )
1 tbsp....................sugar
1 ..........................lemon ( squeeze out the juice )
salt to taste


For tempering :

5 /6 .......................curry leaves ( roughly torn )
2 / 3 tbsp ...............metkut
1/4 cup .................roasted ground nuts
1/2 tsp.................mustard seeds
 a pinch ...............asefoetida  ( hing )
2 tbsp...................oil


Method :


Wash Run the rice flakes with cold water and immediately strain out the water.

Squeeze out any extra water and separate the flakes with hands.

Mix all the other ingredients well .

Now in a small tempering bowl heat oil.

Add mustard seeds and wait till spluttering stops .

Now add the groundnuts and stir for a minute or two.

Add curry leaves, hing, and metkut and mix well.

Pour this over the flakes mixture .

Mix well and serve.





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