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V is for Vaangi Pohe (Beaten rice with aubergines)

Although pohe are a popular choice for breakfast or brunch, they were¬†always a tea time or a tiffin snack at my Aji’s house. Breakfast, as we know it, was restricted to Sundays and was usually toast and eggs. On other … Continue reading

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Vataane Pohe (Beaten rice with peas)

Poha or chidwa, depending on which part of India you hail from, is a common breakfast dish. The usual Maharashtrian way to cook this is with onions (the famous Kaande Pohe) or with potatoes. This preparation uses peas, instead, and … Continue reading

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White Pohe

Pohe are a very popular Maharashtrian breakfast or teatime snack. If you prefer to eat a light meal first thing in the morning, this super quick dish is just right for you. You can always spice it up or down … Continue reading

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