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Thursday, April 9, 2009
Recipe Source: Show Me The Curry
Serves: 2 people
Thin Poha (Atukulu) --- 1 cup
Salt --- 1/2 tsp
Oil --- 1/2 tblsn
Mustard Seeds --- 1/2 tsp
Peanuts --- 1 tblsn
Dalia --- 3 tblsn
Curry Leaves --- a few
Red Chilly Powder --- 1/4 - 1/2 tsp
We don't like our poha snack to be sweet. So, I didn't add sugar and raisens to it.
Add a cup of thin poha into a microwave-safe bowl.
Microwave it for 1 minute.
Give a good mix and again microwave it for a minute. The poha should by crispy and crunchy. Keep it aside.
Add half a tsp of salt in a motar and crush it to a fine powder with the help of a pestle. Keep it aside.
Heat 1 1/2 tsp of oil in a pan. Turn the heat to medium.
Add 1/2 a tsp of mustard seeds and let them splutter.
Add a tblsn of peanuts and fry till done half.
Add 3 tblsn of dalia, curry leaves and 3/4 th of crushed salt too.
Roast dalia till done.
Add a big pinch (half of the 1/4 tsp) to the pan. Stirfry for a while.
Add microwaved thin poha.
Stirfry for 2 minutes till the turmeric is well coated to the poha.
Transfer it to a serving bowl.
Let it come to room temperature and then serve.
For detailed explaination watch this video:
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