A very Popular Maharashtrian Breakfast is Phodnichi Poli.Leftover Rotis( Called Poli in Marathi) from previous night are recycled next morning for breakfast by dressing them with spicy Tadka.
It is also called "Queen of Leftovers". This is one of the favorite dishes of my family so I cook it quite often whenever I have leftover Rotis/Polis.



Ingredients:-

Rotis (Poli) -- 6-7
onion finely chopped -1
chillies -5-6
Groundnuts - handful of
Mustard seeds -1 tsp
Cumin Seeds - 1 tsp
Curry leaves - 5-6
Urad dal - 1 tsp
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
Hing a pinch
Sugar - 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Lime juice
Coriander

Method:-

1) Tear and crush Polis/rotis with hands. If they are dry enough u can use mixer to tear them to pieces.




2) Heat oil in Pan.Add Mustard seeds, Cumin seeds, Urad dal,curry leaves, hing,turmeric powder to make tadka.Fry for a minute.
3) Then add chopped onions and fry them till they are translucent.
4) Then add groundnuts .Fry a little.
5) Then add poli /Roti mixture. Mix together.
6) Then add salt and sugar. Mix well.
7) Cook covered for a minute.
8) Donot cook for a longtime otherwise they will turn tough.
9) Garnish with coriander and lime juice and serve hot.

My Favorite combination is to eat Phodinichi poli with a curd.




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39 Comments:

  1. Asha said...
    That's made of roti!! That's so yummy. It's like Kottu paratha but with powdered rotis.Great recipe!:)
    sowmya said...
    nice presentation!!!
    Sia said...
    wonderful use of leftovers. is this poli is same as chapatti?
    srikars kitchen said...
    Delicious and fantasic receipe...
    Sireesha said...
    Ya Sia Poli means chapatti only....
    Hetal said...
    nice recipe dear....I love it..
    Cham said...
    Looks like bread crumb, wow how did u crush it? New and great recipe Sireecha..
    sra said...
    Hi Sireesha, thanks for visiting my blog. Glad to discover yours.
    Sailaja said...
    wonderful use of leftovers. Delicious recipe.
    Maheswari said...
    Really it is queen of leftovers.Looks somewhat like kothu parotta..
    SoupRecipe said...
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    Hetal said...
    Check out my blog for a sweet surprise
    Mrs.SriLekha said...
    that lokking good... really its an express breakfast
    Kalai said...
    Huh... Sort of like kothu parotta, right? Looks absolutely delicious!! :)
    Bharathy said...
    First time in your place too, Sireesha :)..I love these kind of hot left overs..
    Good recipes all over..:)
    meeso said...
    I love idea's to use leftovers!!! This looks tasty :)
    SoupRecipe said...
    Hi, Sireesha.Thanks...
    I've added your link... :)
    See ya.
    Sireesha said...
    Thank u all for ur lovely comments....
    ramya said...
    This looks delicious.....
    LG said...
    I like this, a maharastrian neighbour taught me this long ago. nice recipe.
    Meera said...
    I really love phodnichi poli. Thanks for reminding me. but u know what, here I hardly have any leftover polis!!:-D
    Madhavi said...
    Very nice recipe, looks delicious. Lovely presentation as well!!!
    Suma Rajesh said...
    crushed roties..fantastic...will be delicious and healthy too..and whts that u have presented around ur plates..is that cookies like faces?..that looks pretty
    Sharmila said...
    This looks delicious and so easy!
    Am going to try it definitely.
    And thanks for visiting my blog :-)
    Sireesha said...
    Cham :- I usually crush Poli by hands just keep rubbing the pieces of poli between your palms to crumble it into tiny pieces.But this time due to lack of time I crushed it in Mixie.

    Suma:- The item I presented around my plate are called "Monster Munch" they are just like chips but they are very tasty children like it very much.

    Thank u all for lovely comments.....
    Andhra Flavors said...
    chalaa tasty gaa vuntundi anukunta.
    chalaa manchi entry leftovers tho.
    Priti said...
    Nice phodnichi podi...looks amazing...& lovely deco..
    sabita said...
    Lovely dish.....Love the decoration....
    shruti said...
    Delicious Phodnichi Poli......I just Love it...
    swapna said...
    Great use of leftovers....Simply love it....
    Aparna said...
    This is a new way (to me) to use up chapathis. Sounds like it tastes great.
    Thanks for dropping by my blog.
    VEGETABLE PLATTER said...
    looks delicious .. just a small doubt .. what kind of rotis should i use ..
    A&N said...
    Hi Sireesha, nice recipe and its a great way of handling leftovers :) Did you make those smiley faces arranged so beautifully on the plates?
    delhibelle said...
    Hi Sireesha,

    I have recently discovered this recipe from another blog, and I love to eat it with dal chawal. Yours look so yummy too !
    suman said...
    This looks delicious and so easy...will try this weekend..
    padmavathi said...
    Delicious and awesome recipe....
    Amrutha said...
    oh..lovely idea! Will surely try it. Chk out my blog. I left smth for u..
    Usha said...
    great idea to use leftover roti's, your presentation was great!!
    Nidhi said...
    I am certainly going to try this! Nice blog you have here!

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