Chire’r or chira’r polao is a quick, simple and delicious dish that is commonly served as a snack or breakfast in Bengali homes. Chira is the Bengali word for flattened rice, known variously as pohe in Marathi, aval in Tamil and Malayalam, etc. Chira is an affordable staple all over India. While the Bengali chire’r polao may not occupy the glorious place that kande pohe occupies in Marathi households, it is loved nonetheless and is ideal for school tiffin boxes just as fresh winter vegetables such as cauliflower, peas and carrots start to make an appearance in the bazar.
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