Dadpe Pohe | A Snack from Maharashtra made with Poha, Tomato and Onion

Dadpe Pohe | A Healthy Snack from Maharashtra

Maharashtrians celebrate Poha or beaten rice like no other state in India. Kanda Pohe, Batata Pohe, Vangi Pohe, Kolache Pohe, Peas Poha … I can go on and on with the list of the recipes. Today it is the turn of another recipe called Dadpe Pohe. This is a simple recipe made

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Chura Matar – A Recipe from Benaras

Happy New Year! One of my missions in 2016 is to eat healthier and the first step in this direction is to use fresh seasonal produce as much as possible. As I look around me, I see loads of winter vegetables and am eager to use many of them in the next

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Veyinchina Atukulu – Stir-Fried Poha – A Quick and Easy Snack

The past couple of months have been quite hectic both on the personal and professional front. This typically means, I work late or even on weekends. This past Saturday, I was deep into a proposal when I suddenly found a snack and a tumbler of coffee materialize beside my laptop. I looked

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North Indian Style Poha with Deep Fried Potatoes and Peanuts – Sunday Morning Indulgence

We make the traditional Maharashtrian Kanda Pohe once every week for breakfast. If we are in a mood for something different, then I make the Vangi Pohe, Indori Poha or then Masala Poha. Today, I made a North Indian Style Poha with Fried Potatoes and Peanuts that my sister-in-law makes; it made for a

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Indori Poha (Poha from Indore)

Indore. I have very fond memories of this city. While Bhopal is the administrative capital of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh,  Indore is its cultural capital. Indore is a city that I came upon late in life; courtesy my mother. Amma was in-charge of a large project in this city and would travel

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Masala Pohe (Beaten Rice with Tomato)

I try to find as many different breakfasts as I can to avoid monotony. I learnt this version of pohe from my North Indian friends and my father likes it because it is more moist than the conventional kanda pohe/batata pohe. Ingredients Pohe/Beaten Rice – 1 Cup Tomato – 1 Small

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