Poha Chudva
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Author anitha.star Yield No Value
Published May 12, 2009 Cooking Time 5 Minutes
Recipe Type Appetizers Preparation Time 2 Minutes
Ingredient Standing Time 5 Minutes
Description: Poha also known as pressed or beaten. Other names are Poha, Chudwey, Aval, Atukulu or Avalakki. Crispy beaten rice flavored with peanuts and spices makes a delicious light and nutritious snack. It is one of the most popular breakfast dishes prepared in Maharashtra and Gujarat.

Recipe of Poha Chudva

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Cashwnuts 1 Tablespoons
Oil 2 Teaspoons
Salt as per taste To Taste
Sugar Pinch as per taste To Taste
Curry Leaves 14 Numbers
Turmeric Powder pinch Pinch
Lemon Guice few Drops
Groundnuts 1 Tablespoons
Cumin Seeds 1/2 Teaspoons
Fried Channa Dhaal Dhalia 1 Tablespoons
Green Chillies 3 Numbers
Rice Flakes (Poha) 1 Cup


  1. Take a pan add oil,goundnuts,channa dhaal,cashwnuts saute them and then add turmuric,green chilli,curry leaves,cumin seeds mix well and add poha mix again, add salt.Cook till the poha is crispy cook in very slow flame keep mixing for 5 min.
  2. once it is ready can add chopped onions,lemon juice and coriander chopped.    

Recipe Tips

If using Citric Acid, add at the end, do not microwave with the citric acid.
Posted May 12, 2009

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nayana patel Apr 14, 2010
recipe is good but poha need sock in water after add with masala

tweety May 14, 2009
wow ur recipie was awesome man.u r helping many people like me,i jst started cooking,and im still in learning stage.usually after coming frm wrk i used to take a look around my kitchen searching what to eat ,thinking of a little bit spicy snacks,but lastly ends up with nothing.i even dont know any easy cooking snacks to cook 4 myself at that time,finally i found the solution-------vahreyvah.com.dis site was suggested by my frnd,thanks to her and to u tooooooooo.

hcsingh May 13, 2009
Now I dont need a wife anymore. The way to my heart is through my stomach. Wahrewah!

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