Dadpe Pohe

Dadpe pohe is a typical Maharashtra breakfast dish,made with thin poha and freshly grated coconut.There is no cooking involved in this recipe.all the ingredients are mixed together,tempered and covered and kept aside for 5 minutes,moisture from coconut helps to soften poha and get everything together…this process of covering is called “Dadapne” thus the name “Dadpe pohe”

I had read this recipe long back but had never tried it,one day my BFF (as other colleagues call her )Mrs Poonam Kolhatkar got this in tiffin …and I just fell in love with it,tried it out the very next day and nailed it.Now I am a big fan of this dish….thanks Poon am for introducing  me to this lovely dish……here goes the recipe…..

Ingredients :

2 cups thin poha.

2 tbsp Roasted Peanuts.

1/2 cup Onion finely chopped

1/2 cup  Tomatoes finely chopped

1/4 cup Coconut freshly grated.

2  green chillies finely chopped

5-6 curry leaves1/2 tea spoon mustard seeds

1/4 tsp Rai.

1/4 tspn Jeera

1/4 tspn Haldi powder.

a pinch of Asafoetida (Hing)

1tbsp Coriander leaves finely chopped

1 tsp Lemon juice.

1 tbsp Oil.

1 tsp Sugar

Salt to taste.

Method:
Dry roast poha till crisp.keep aside.
In a big bowl mix together,onion,tomatoes and grated coconut.
In the roasted poha,add roasted peanut.
Heat oil in vessel and add Rai,  when they splutter add jeera, curry leaves, finely chopped green chillies, asafoetida and haldi powder. Fry for a minute and add to poha and peanut mixture.Add salt and sugar,mix well.
Add this mixture to the bowl containing onions,tomatoes and grated coconut.
Mix well,cover and keep aside for 5 minutes. This process is known as Dadapne.
After 5 minutes,add lemon juice and chopped  coriander leaves, mix well and serve immediately.
Happy Cooking !!!
Sameera

 

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