Monday, December 28, 2009

Poha Khaman/Instant Poha Khaman

Khaman is favourite farsaan…usually the khaman are made from gram flour or chana dal but Here I have experimented with poha with milk. Once you taste this khaman, I am sure you will be tempted to try more!!!

Ingredients
1 big bowl poha (Poached Rice or Beaten Rice)
1\2 bowl milk
7-8 green chillies
1 piece of ginger
11/2 lemon
3 tbsp sugar
½ tbsp turmeric powder
3 tbsp oil
Salt to taste
For the tempering:
2 tbsp oil
1 tbsp mustard seeds
For the garnish:
2 tbsp chopped coriander (dhania)
1 tbsp dry coconut powder
Method:
Step 1: Finely chopped the green chillies without seeds and grated the ginger. Keep aside.

Step 2: Wash the thick poha with cool water until moistened, turn poha over with your hand to ensure all poha is damp, but not soggy.

Step 3: Heat the milk in big heavy bottom pan and add the sugar, salt, and turmeric powder for nice color.Step 4: When the milk is boiled, add the moist poha, lemon juice, mix well and sauté on low flame, while stirring continuously.

Step 5: In other small pan heat the oil, add the grated ginger and green chillies.

Step 6: Sauté on a medium flame for a few seconds.

Step 7: Remove from the flame and pour this tempering over the boiled poha on other flame.

Step 8: Stirring continuously, when the the pohas soak all the milk and is becomes a thick consistency turn off the flame.

Step 9: Place immediately into a greased thali evenly to make a uniform layer using a spatula while the batter is still hot.

Step 10: When cool cut the Khaman into square pieces.
Step 11: Heat the oil in small pan.

Step 12: Add the mustard seeds, when the seeds crackle, remove from the flame.

Step 13: Pour this tempering over the khamans and garnished with coriander and coconut.

Step 14: Serve immediately.
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13 comments:

Prathibha said...

This is a very interesting and different recipe dear..I cant imagine one can experiment like this and yielding good results...looks very soft n yummy..

SURAJ said...

hey...nice...khushboo yaha tak aayi...and S...........0........0.........r...........y.

zanmedia.net said...

It looks Yummyy... I will sure try this.

chakhlere said...

First time at your blog. Its lovely with great explanation for all recipes.

Poha khaman is really amazing idea. Can I use thin Poha for it?

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Cardamom said...

I like this recipe! Aah recipe toh banvij padse marey!

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Anonymous said...

i ahve 1 question....milk ma lemon....milk fati na jai???I dont think this will work out.

Kajal said...

Hello Anony....

First of all thank for you comment here.....

I was think same when my mom tells this recipe but it has no problem for this recipe. You see my pictures it do not like that but if you try first time than you do agine and agine ....this is my experience....:)

Have a good day!!!

shannu said...

dear kajal
thank u for your nice recipies
i enjoyed a lot, i'll try yummy dishes
love

Anonymous said...

The last drop makes the cup run over.

Anonymous said...

Wow it luks yummy dish!
It will definitely try it. :-)