India is the world’s largest producer across a range of commodities due to its favourable agroclimatic
conditions and rich natural resource base. Poha or Rice Flakes is a food item prepared from paddy. It is often eaten for breakfast or brunch and is quite light and nutritious. It is mainly used in the Western region i.e. in Maharashtra and Gujarat and some parts of the Eastern & Northern Region. Most people take it after frying whereas some takes it with milk; the dish is easy to cook & nutritious and contains carbohydrates & proteins.
When garnished with coconut, fresh tomatoes and cilantro, the vibrant red, green and white against the
brilliant yellow of the turmeric infused poha never fails to water your taste buds. The flakes are very easy to cook and can make a meal in minutes. In order to make a snack using beaten rice, wash the beaten rice in water and then soak for 10 minutes. Strain using a strainer and use as required. It may be used in either savoury or sweet snacks. Rice flakes are most commonly used to make especially creamy puddings but can also be used to make savoury bakes.
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