BM #85 Week 4 Day 3 - 

This is a quick and easy fusion breakfast/snack recipe combining our favorite Schezwan sauce and the humble Poha/flattened rice with loads of finely chopped vegetables.

When I was looking at some fusion breakfast recipes, I came across the idea of Schezwan Poha and loved the idea. Please feel free to alter the proportions of the ingredients to suit your palate.

In this instance, the love for Schezwan sauce won over the hate for Poha and was enjoyed by my better half as well.


Ingredients - 

Poha / Flattened Rice 1 1/2 cups (The thick variety works best)
Mixed Vegetables (I used cabbage, carrot, green beans), finely chopped 2 cups
Salt as needed
Soy Sauce 1 tsp (Optional)
Schezwan Sauce 2 Tbsp (or as needed)
Spring onion for garnish
Seasoning (Oil 1 Tbsp)


Method Of Preparation -


In a colander, wash and drain the thick poha and set aside for a few minutes.

In a heated pan, add oil and saute the vegetables until they are slightly cooked but retain the crispness. [about 3-4 minutes].

Sprinkle salt and soy sauce (if using). Mix well while adding the schezwan sauce. Let the flavors blend for a minute or so.

Add in the drained poha, mix well, cover and remove from heat. Leave it covered for about 5 minutes so that the poha can absorb all the flavors in the steam.

Uncover and serve warm for a filling breakfast/snack. 


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Preparation Time 15 minutes
Serves 2-3
Posted by Harini R on Monday, February 26, 2018

14 comments

  1. Srivalli Says:
  2. That's a fantastic fusion Harini..I have the sauce stocked and should be fun to experiment this..

     
  3. Priya Suresh Says:
  4. Never thought of making schezwan dish with poha, absolutely fabulous and awesome fusion dish.

     
  5. Usha Rao Says:
  6. Wow, innovative fusion recipe. I never would have imagines making Chinese poha. A good one!

     
  7. Sapana Behl Says:
  8. Such a clever idea of using schezwan sauce with poha.

     
  9. Sandhiya Says:
  10. Creative way of using the schezwan sauce . Sounds interesting & unique, will give a try!!

     
  11. Wow ! I am drooling over these pohas , like your hubby even I am not very fond of poha . The Chinese version is awesome , a must try !

     
  12. Pavani N Says:
  13. Wow, this is such an innovative fusion dish Harini. Never thought poha can be made into a Indo-Chinese dish. Looks and sounds absolutely delicious.

     
  14. Jayashree Says:
  15. I love poha in all its forms and am always on the lookout for new ways to cook it. This Indo Chinese version sounds really good.

     
  16. Padmajha PJ Says:
  17. What a fantastic idea Harini!!Never thought of making Poha this way! And to top it all,so easy to make too!!

     
  18. sushma Says:
  19. oh wow such an interesting dish.

     
  20. What an innovative dish and great way to eat the otherwise boring poha. Kids would be so happy to eat this.

     
  21. Wow harini, that is one perfect fusion dish!! Looks amazing!! schezwan poha, man i m really going to try this, we are such poha lovers, this is getting done on a weekend in my kitchen!!!

     
  22. Mayuri Patel Says:
  23. Wow Harini,what a combination. The fusion poha definitely looks so welcoming. Brilliant idea.

     
  24. what a bright and flavorful poha - would love to dig into this

     
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