Just few minutes before serving, add chopped cilantro, remaining curry leaves and lemon juice. Stir and serve hot.
Tips: If its on the dry side, you can warm it further by sprinkling water or milk to the Poha.
Batata Poha is something that I absolutely love. I made it in the very Madhya Pradesh type style. Adding in sev and serving it with Jalebi. Absolutely yum.
i was inspired to make this on impulse - but i didn't have all the ingredients - so like someone else i improvised - no onions since i don't use them or peanuts(i didn't have any) , but i added capsicum and sweet corn and it was yummmm... thanq
I mention that this is a Maharashtrian Dish. The connotation to the Northern parts of India is made as a side reference for something else. Reading the introduction once again will be more explanatory --DK
Adhu sonniye noothula oru vartha! Nanum indha gourmet fourmetnnu edhavadhu bandha panna, padu sodhapul dhaan! Nanum locals nnu prove panniyatchu :) But all said and done..andha spatula regulara use pannaren! 4 yrs+ atchu..innum nalla use aaradhu. As for the little one..Cooking'a? Sigh! Andha kudupanai yellam illapa :( They both are completely satisfied being the critics and not coming within 2 inches to the Kitchen area! But after 2 years of begging and pleading, God has finally blessed me! The husband now makes decent tea! Porum da saamy nni I am content :) :)