Stir Fried Leftover Rice and Chapati

Manikmoti in Marathi Serves: 2 persons Time: 15 minutes I ngredients: 4 Chapatis (preferably a day old) 1 cup cooked Rice (preferably a day ...

Manikmoti in Marathi

Serves: 2 persons
Time: 15 minutes

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4 Chapatis (preferably a day old)
1 cup cooked Rice (preferably a day old)
For tempering: 2 tbsp oil, 1/8 tsp mustard seeds, 1/4 tsp cumin seeds, 1/8 tsp turmeric powder, 1/4 tsp red chili powder, 3 to 4 curry leaves.
2 tbsp Peanuts
2 to 3 tbsp frozen green peas
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
1 tsp lemon juice
salt to taste
1/2 tsp sugar
Chopped Cilantro and fresh coconut for garnishing

1) Crumble Chapatis coarsely with hands or in blender. Fluff the rice gently.
2) Heat oil in a medium pan. Add peanuts and saute until color changes to light brown. Then add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, asafoetida, turmeric powder, red chili powder and curry leaves. Add chopped onion and saute well. After a minute, add peas and saute for couple more minutes over medium heat. Add salt to taste.
3) Once onion is cooked, add the rice and mix. Add crumbled Chapatis and mix. Add sugar and give a quick mix. Cover and cook over medium low heat for a minute. Add lemon juice. Transfer it to a serving plate. Garnish with Cilantro and coconut. Serve hot.


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  1. Nice idea to finish the left over things looks yum.

  2. Though I knew about fodnichi poli and fodnicha bhaat, I didn't know this combo. Also, loved this cute name! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hi there,

    I was born n brought up in maharashtra aso i m a huge fan of maharashtrian foods,was searching for long time the recepie for kothambir wadi ,just got tempted from ur kothambir wadi's pic :) n prepared turned out real gud,My husband enjoyed it very much though he tasted for the first ime!Can u let me know wht is Goda masala? Where can i get in the US?
    realy a great work!!

  4. Hi Priya

    thank you for visiting my blog and posting comment :)
    I am really glad that you enjoyed Kothimbir wadi..

    Goda masala is Maharashtrian Masala (Spice blend)
    If you are staying in USA you will get it in Indian store. Its a bit hassle to prepare at home,because in US good grinders are very expensive,However if you have good quality food processor then you can prepare it easily - Here is the recipe of Goda Masala

    If you are in India (specially maharashtra), you can get it in any general store..

    Do try this masala in your dal and gives nice flavor to the dish..




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