Sheetal Kamat

When I want to cook some thing light for the breakfast yet tasty, this is the item that comes to my mind.

Dadape Pohe
3.5 cup Thin Poha
1 Onion
2 Tomatoes
1 spoon Sugar
1.5 Lemon
1/2 cup Groundnuts
1/4 spoon Mustard
1/4 spoon Jeera
2 Green Chillies
1/4 spoon Turmeric Powder
1 spoon Oil
Salt to taste

  • In thin poha, mix the finely chopped tomatoes and onions
  • Mix the sugar and salt to this
  • Add lemon juice to it and mix well
  • Heat the oil and fry the groundnuts till brown and add the groundnuts to the poha
  • Add mustard, jeera, pieces of green chillies to remaining oil from the groundnuts and let them splutter. Add turmeric Powder
  • Add this oil mixture to the poha and mix well

There is no need to wash / soak the poha, since they are thin, just lemon juice, and tomato are enough to make them soft.

  1. Hunterwala said...

    Hi Sheetal,

    Do we need to fry the onions before putting them into the Poha?


  2. Sheetal said...

    Nopes, Not in this one...

  3. Anonymous said...

    This is not dadape pohe, this is kaanda poha

  4. invokeanand said...

    do we need to add green chillies in it ...

  5. invokeanand said...

    btw your blog rocks....just discovered it y'day and am already ur fan ..tried couple of dishes as well....

  6. invokeanand,
    Oops that was missed out by mistake.. Thanks for bringing it up. I updated the post :)

    And also thanks for the kind words.. it encourages a lot :)

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