Masala Poha

Poha or Flattened Rice is a very popular and common dish all across India. It is prepared in different ways in different regions.In Bengal it is typically served with curd and fruits to soothe the stomach during summers, in Assam it is served with milk too whereas in the western region like Maharashtra it is made like a pulao with curry leaves, mustard seeds,onions, peanuts etc. The taste may vary from region to region but the flattened rice is basically a very healthy breakfast/snack option.

Since my childhood I have loved this Flattened Rice pulao made in different ways at my home. I was so crazy for it that I could have it 4-5 times a week , my favourite being the simple poha with only potato,slit green chillies, mustard seeds, curry leaves, salt and turmeric. This style is the best for kids who cannot have spicy ones. As I grew I enjoyed different flavours of this pulao. One of my favourites is with the spices that we use in our daily food, the other one is with peanuts, another one has tomato in it. All in all I love any type of this pulao. As my kids are growing they have also started loving the masala poha and in fact it is also a part of their weekly meals. Try this masala poha at your home and I am sure you will enjoy it both as a healthy as well as a flavourful dish. Go try it now…The simplest yet amazing breakfast/snack experience from an Indian Kitchen.

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