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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 1:27am | IP Logged
Originally posted by ashu_shetty

Originally posted by manishmodh

Hii...

Guys its not a blooper post. 


I know a little in the kitchen. There are a lot of ladies in the forum. Most of them may be very expert in cooking.

In yesterday's episode, it was shown Gopi using TOMATOES while cooking POHA...

Is it really possible to cook POHA with TOMATOES...

POHA are more delicious with less oil and less moisture... POHA becomes like HALWA when it is moist  more...

As per my knowledge ... TOMATOES are added to keep the dish moist. 

Hey It was all confusing ... 

Just wanna know.. is it really possible to cook POHA with tomatoes... Just a curiosity

However.. personally I wont like to cook pohawith tomatoes.. cant even think of it


I think It was very weird.. however I may be wrong

What do u say ..??



Some ppl add tomatoes to poha, It makes it bit soggy .. My husband loves it woth tomato and i just cant eat it wid tomato...

But u know wat i was wondering which Jail ka Rasoi ghar looks like tht.. n Which lady on this earth smiles while cutting veggies or mixing Poha... Unless der's some1 joking around... Y do dey hv to Gopi always so great... Imparting knowledge and always thinking well being of oders.. 

thts the speciality of Gopi Vahu ... HeheheLOL  

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 2:21am | IP Logged
Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by RachP

I don't know what poha is, Manish, nahi toh bata deti.

Poha, from what I've seen in SNS, looks like something made of rice, so logically, I would think that you wouldn't put tomatoes in rice. Usually tamatar tarkari mein use karte hai--that much I know. LOL


Yeah Rachna U r true... POHA means BEATED RICE...

And we usually make it in breakfast.. its quite popular in northern and central India... But we never put tomato in POHA.. so it was quite weird when Gopi Vahu.. being a Gujrati lady putting tomato ...was undigestable ... LOL  
 
oye  @ bold in blue Angry
what is this then - staing tomato poha is guju speciality - really hats off to you Thumbs Down
 

Heyyy Dont get angry...
 
I never knew about tomato poha.. thanks for sharing the link...
Thumbs Up  
i am not getting angry on you not knowing nat poha with tomato, but u said on the top '"being guju lady putting tomato..was undigestible.."
where as it is learnt tomato poha is guju speciality itself .. LOLLOL
just imagine how we would have taken this your commnet vs realityLOL
really
 
betwn it is not soggy ... trust me it tastes yummier than any other form..i tried to keep pastimng the pictures, but it is not getting done..Angry
 

Ahh The fact is that I never knew Tomato poha is a GUJJU dish... 

thanks for enriching the post...

And please keep commenting ... U see .. most of the times.. u give knowledge to others...Big smile  

And by the way.. you cannot cut -paste the pic here.. u need to share it through a link... so upload a pic in any pic sharing site and then paste it here... hope it will be helpul...


Edited by manishmodh - 04 September 2012 at 2:21am
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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 3:29am | IP Logged
Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by RachP

I don't know what poha is, Manish, nahi toh bata deti.

Poha, from what I've seen in SNS, looks like something made of rice, so logically, I would think that you wouldn't put tomatoes in rice. Usually tamatar tarkari mein use karte hai--that much I know. LOL


Yeah Rachna U r true... POHA means BEATED RICE...

And we usually make it in breakfast.. its quite popular in northern and central India... But we never put tomato in POHA.. so it was quite weird when Gopi Vahu.. being a Gujrati lady putting tomato ...was undigestable ... LOL  
 
Hi, we get 3 types of beaten rice, (hard, medium and thin) For thin & medium POHA, it is not advisabel to use tomato but when you use the hard ones, the tomatoes can be used in seasoning (sorry I have not seen the episode, so not sure whether she cooked it made raw Poha. If it is cooked, the beaten rice will be sprinkled with water to soften it before cooking. So while using hard poha, we use either tomato or lemon to give tangi taste.
 
jaya

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 5:07am | IP Logged
Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by RachP

I don't know what poha is, Manish, nahi toh bata deti.

Poha, from what I've seen in SNS, looks like something made of rice, so logically, I would think that you wouldn't put tomatoes in rice. Usually tamatar tarkari mein use karte hai--that much I know. LOL


Yeah Rachna U r true... POHA means BEATED RICE...

And we usually make it in breakfast.. its quite popular in northern and central India... But we never put tomato in POHA.. so it was quite weird when Gopi Vahu.. being a Gujrati lady putting tomato ...was undigestable ... LOL  
 
oye  @ bold in blue Angry
what is this then - staing tomato poha is guju speciality - really hats off to you Thumbs Down
 

Heyyy Dont get angry...
 
I never knew about tomato poha.. thanks for sharing the link...
Thumbs Up  
i am not getting angry on you not knowing nat poha with tomato, but u said on the top '"being guju lady putting tomato..was undigestible.."
where as it is learnt tomato poha is guju speciality itself .. LOLLOL
just imagine how we would have taken this your commnet vs realityLOL
really
 
betwn it is not soggy ... trust me it tastes yummier than any other form..i tried to keep pastimng the pictures, but it is not getting done..Angry
 

Ahh The fact is that I never knew Tomato poha is a GUJJU dish... 

thanks for enriching the post...

And please keep commenting ... U see .. most of the times.. u give knowledge to others...Big smile  

 
oye modheee - bahut bol rahela tu...

hahahahah ... LOL  sometimes I talk a lot 
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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 5:09am | IP Logged
Originally posted by satyaj

Originally posted by vibz88

Eaten kanda poha , batata poha but tamata poha Shocked LOL

not even heard of tomato poha Shocked



Hiii SatyaJ.. Even I heard of tomato poha for the first time... we sail in the same boat...

LOL  
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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 5:10am | IP Logged
Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by paposhon

 
yeh modheee - ye le khaa-- non-soggy yummy yummy tomato poha ..khaaa khaa

So finally you were able to post the pic.. congo.. hahahaha

keep rocking the forum LOL  
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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 5:11am | IP Logged
Originally posted by paposhon

Originally posted by satyaj

Originally posted by vibz88

Eaten kanda poha , batata poha but tamata poha Shocked LOL

not even heard of tomato poha Shocked


  abey chuppp - late latiff, itn apura thread mein discuss honey ke baad ..ram sita ke kya nahin boltey ho LOLLOL
 
oye ye manishmodhee - tu tou itna famous hogaya..dekh tera jalwa
 

come on 
dont be harsh... she is sweet   
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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 5:12am | IP Logged
Originally posted by deejagi

Originally posted by manishmodh

Originally posted by RachP

I don't know what poha is, Manish, nahi toh bata deti.

Poha, from what I've seen in SNS, looks like something made of rice, so logically, I would think that you wouldn't put tomatoes in rice. Usually tamatar tarkari mein use karte hai--that much I know. LOL


Yeah Rachna U r true... POHA means BEATED RICE...

And we usually make it in breakfast.. its quite popular in northern and central India... But we never put tomato in POHA.. so it was quite weird when Gopi Vahu.. being a Gujrati lady putting tomato ...was undigestable ... LOL  
 
Hi, we get 3 types of beaten rice, (hard, medium and thin) For thin & medium POHA, it is not advisabel to use tomato but when you use the hard ones, the tomatoes can be used in seasoning (sorry I have not seen the episode, so not sure whether she cooked it made raw Poha. If it is cooked, the beaten rice will be sprinkled with water to soften it before cooking. So while using hard poha, we use either tomato or lemon to give tangi taste.
 
jaya

aahhh thnks.. that was really a good tip ... Smile  

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