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Chura Poha (Flattened rice with green peas)

I had heard about this recipe from a friend cum colleague. It’s a regional dish of “Varanasi”, a city in northern part of country, also known as the spiritual capital of India. 285 more words

Kanda Batata Poha/Flattened Rice with Onions & Potatoes

Poha is a popular snack which originated from Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh, has now become famous across India. It is perfect as a breakfast or snacks and taste even much better with a hot cup of tea or coffee. 294 more words


Poha (Flattened Rice) Salad

OK, I admit it, I am a food nerd! I get all excited when I “discover” a new ingredient. I mean, let’s face it, when you reach a “certain age”, and you have been pouring over cookbooks for decades, there is a crazy thrill when you have to ask yourself, “Now what the heck is that?” So, as you may have guessed, such was the case with today’s main ingredient – poha. 452 more words


Poha Chivda (Microwave Method)

When it comes to snacking, it is often difficult to draw the line, owing to the fact that most of is either spicy, or oily, or both…at least, usually when the snack in question is store-bought. 484 more words



Poha, also called Pohe, is beaten or flattened rice – a popular dish from the state of Maharashtra. Though traditionally eaten for breakfast or a snack, it is a super quick option for any meal. 177 more words



Flattened rice is a dehusked rice which is flattened into flat light dry flakes.They are most famously known as “Pohe” in malwa region, also they are considered to be originated in the malwa region itself. 265 more words


Flattened Rice With Extra toppings

Today is Makar Sankranti and it has been a tradition to eat flattened rice with curd. So here is what I did extra to make my platter more appealing. 88 more words