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Introduction:

Kanda Poha makes an easy and super quick breakfast dish. The trick to make best Kande Pohe is in selecting and soaking the poha in right way. Watch out the video clip for better understanding about Poha soaking process.

Ingredients:

  • Peanuts,roasted 1/4 cup
  • Cashewnuts,roasted 10-12
  • Almonds,roasted 10-12
  • Raisins 1/2 tablespoon
  • Pressed rice (poha) 2 cups
  • Oil 2 tablespoons
  • Mustard seeds 1/2 teaspoon
  • Cumin seeds 1 teaspoon
  • Asafoetida a pinch
  • Green chillies,slit 2
  • Curry leaves 10-12
  • Onion ,finely chopped 1 medium
  • Potato,peeled, sliced thickly 1 medium
  • Carrot,grated 1/2 cup
  • Turmeric powder 1/4 teaspoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Sugar a pinch
  • Fresh coriander leaves,chopped 2 tablespoons
Kande Pohe

Method

Wash pressed rice under running water, drain excess water and allow to stand for ten to fifteen minutes. Heat oil in a non-stick pan, add mustard seeds and once they splutter, add cumin seeds and saute for half a minute.

Add asafoetida, green chillies, curry leaves, onion and saute till the onion is golden brown. Add potato and carrot and mix. Sprinkle little water, cover and cook till potatoes are cooked.

Add pressed rice, turmeric powder, peanuts, cashewnuts, almonds, raisins, salt and sugar and toss well. Cover and cook for another five to seven minutes. Serve hot garnished with coriander leaves.




Kande Pohe

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No Image Ashwaria :     27 October 2016
Food is always an interesting and most lovable item. Obviously our survival and hunger totally depends on it. We are provided here by essay writing all the dishes with their recipes and in such a quick way to cook. Outclass short key to recipes and with a very attractive decoration. We need such promoting pages badly in order to provide a good change to our tastes.
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No Image Lj :     11 July 2016
Excellent , recipes if you do not have microwave can a roster oven be used instead
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No Image Prachi :     9 June 2016
Hi Madhura. I have been making kande batate pohe for a few years and have always dreaded the dryness that may result due to incorrect amount and way of soaking the poha initially. So before a tea and snacks event today, I looked up your recipe and tried the tip to soak the poha based on its thickness in order to test the softness. It worked wonders for me! My final product resulted in soft yet fluffy pohe and I got compliments for my cooking too. I am glad I checked your recipe. Please keep us the good work and I look forward to more of your recipes.
No Image Madhura :     10 June 2016
Thank you for the feedback. Stay tuned.
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No Image Madhavi Joshi :     14 January 2016
Your Red velvet eggless cake it too good. Pls suggest where to get this sprinkles what you said in last. Ki dly let me know fast as I want to make this cake tomorrow for my daughter's Birthday.
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No Image Troll :     2 January 2016
I don't know where you are based. But here in Colorado the poha packet says dagdi poha, which is really good. It's available in the Indian stores. Yours is a recipe well presented and served my purpose perfectly. Love your accent reminds me of home. grin Namaskar
No Image Madhura :     4 January 2016
Thank you and enjoy cooking.
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No Image khhavayya :     28 August 2015
Your tag line is: "Welcome to Madhura's recipe..Developing a new taste. You post recipe processes which are quite normal and straightforward...How can one develop a new taste preparing a recipe with the same blunt way.... Please try to innovate the new way of making recipe..thats how you develop new taste. Be prepare to guard your tagline!!!
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No Image Saroj :     18 July 2015
Hi Madhura Yr all recipes is very testy and yummy
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No Image angelo :     31 March 2015
nice
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No Image pankaj :     8 October 2014
very nice. I like it very much. thnx.
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No Image Sunil :     10 April 2014
Sweetheart you are soo good at your reciepes you should come to London
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No Image Dufa Wira :     11 November 2013
Cooking as art. The recipe and the presentation are both delightful. I look foward to trying to prepare this dish for my family. Thank you.
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No Image Merlin :     24 August 2013
All your recipes are very tasty and yummy. Thanks a lot
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No Image Pranali :     27 July 2013
Madhura the kande pohe recipe is just perfect! I have tried different types of poha and multiple variations but they would end up dry! I tried your tricks and they turned out PERFECT!! Bless your soul! Thank you girl! grin
No Image Madhura :     5 August 2013
I am so happy to hear the success story. Thanks for writing and keep watching
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No Image kanishka :     6 June 2013
all the recipies are really tasty
No Image Madhura :     6 June 2013
Thanks Kanishka. I am glad you are liking them grin
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No Image Manish :     1 June 2013
New website is looking good grin
No Image Mittal :     13 June 2014
Hi Madura I liked your recipe for kande pohe it turned out nice ,all your tips are excellent and specially garnishing with fried peanut is very nice .Thnx for sharing
No Image Madhura :     1 June 2013
Thanks Manish
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