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Posted by: EmbroideryShristi
« on: September 12, 2015, 08:01:49 PM »

Ingredients:
Poha (rice flakes) – 2  or 3 cups
Oil – 2 tea spoon
Whole Dry Red Chili – 1
Cutted Potato, Tomato & Onion – approx 100 or 150 gm
Salt, Asofoetida, tumeric, Lemon Juice, Green Chili, Peanuts, and Sugar – As per Taste
Coriander Leaves– chopped one ( FOR GRANISHING)


How to Cook
  • Heat oil on medium heat
  • Add some mustard seeds and wait till it get pop up
  • Add Dry Red Chili, Asafoetida, Turmeric Powder, Curry Leaves and Peanuts.
  • Cook the Ingredients to be cooked for around  2 to 3 minutes so that peanuts get cooked properly.
  • Add potato, onion and tomato and cooked it properly for another 2 to 3 minute.
  • At the same times, simultaneously risen the rice flakes from water. Make sure that water is completely drain out from the bowl after risen the flakes.
  • Once you have drained the water out of bowl completely, just mix the flakes gently through hand to break lumps of flakes created due to Poha (flakes)
  • Garnish with chopped Cilantro and serve it hot.

Additional:
To make it more tasty, you can add case-nuts,lemon juice, Frutis Chaat Masala and Beet over it . Of course, you can even add cheese over the Poha ( rice flakes) to make more tasty and cheesy...... Yummy......... :-*