Thursday, February 3, 2011

Bhurka... A variety of chutney

You must be surprised with the name…..right? I think even very few Maharashtrian would know this recipe. It is my Mai Aaji special recipe from Marathwada. It's a very simple, tasty and crunchy type of chutney. You can have it with chapati, paratha, bhakri, Gakar or bread. You can store it for 8-10 days.


Ingredients


Thick Poha- 2-3 tablespoons

Urad Papad - 1

Danyach Kut (Roasted peanut powder) - 2 tablespoons

Garlic cloves -3-4

Red chilli powder - 2 teaspoons

Mustard seeds - 1/4 teaspoon

Oil - 4 tablespoons

Salt as per taste.


Procedure
Chop garlic cloves. Fry or roast papad and crush it finely. Heat oil in Kadai. Add mustard seeds. When it starts spluttering, add chopped garlic . When it turns to light brown add Poha very slowly. Because of oil Poha will get nicely fried. Then off the flame. Now add crushed papad, red chilli powder, salt & Danyacha Kut (Roasted peanut powder) and mix wel. Within 2 minutes crunchy Bhurka is ready. It awesome tastes with Gakar.



This goes to Kurinji's "HRH – Rice Flakes" event



Some more Recipes of Poha for the event.

15 comments:

Priya said...

Yumm, such a delectable dish.

Akila said...

wow innovative and yummy dear....

Ms.Chitchat said...

Very interesting recipe,would love to give it a try.

PJ said...

Wow that's a new one to me!Crunch chutney!!Looks so inviting.Thanks for sharing .[Why don't u send this also to my event]

Prathibha said...

Loved the name.....nice variety of chutney...never heard of this

harini-jaya said...

wow! new to me...

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Bukhara looks awesomely delightful.
Have a great weekend.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Biny Anoop said...

soooo gud at wat u do...great as snack or breakfast

Khaugiri said...

Thanks All!!!

@PJ - Yes will definitely send this:-)
@Biny- It's a chutney.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, that is indeed a very new and interesting recipe. Never added pohe and papad and looks so delicious though. Must try.

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

wow...yum n delicious...simply amazing

Pari said...

Hi. This is very new for me too and this sounds very interesting, I will surely try it and let u know.


FOODELICIOUS

Turmericnspice said...

first time at your blog and you have some cool recipe...will love to follow you :)

s.orenda said...

Thank you for posting this. Chutneys and jams are a favourite of my father and myself.

I will definitely share this with him.

Anonymous said...

Love it .

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