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Poha dosa recipe is an andhra speciality is also known as atukula dosa.31370

Poha is flattened rice and is also a quickly digestible kind of raw rice. Being fast to prepare with, you can find poha as a well-liked option for breakfast in the majority of Indian families and there are several variations of it. In addition, it makes a healthy snack choice, provided its nutrition benefits.

 

Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) is manufactured out of dehusked rice that's flattened into light dry flakes. Thes... Read More..

About Recipe

Biyyam, Pachaarisi, Atap chawal

How to make POHA DOSA

(11 ratings)
16 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
15 mins
POHA DOSA
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : poha
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : March 02, 2019


Ingredients used in POHA DOSA
• Rice - 1 cup.
• Flattened rice - 1/2 cup.
• Pressed rice - 1/2 cup.
• Green chillies - 2-3 numbers.
• Ginger and garlic paste - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Onion(chopped) - 1 number.
• Coriander leaves(chopped) - 1 tea spoon.
• Oil - 1 tablespoon.
Method:
  • Soak rice for 2-3 hr to it add flattened rice, pressed rice, green chillies, ginger and garlic paste, salt and transfer into blender to make smooth fine dosa batter.
  • Heat dosa pan and pour one ladleful batter and spread dosa and sprinkle onions, coriander leaves, and cook it with little oil.
  • Transfer into serving plate.

Now slightly crispy and soft poha dosa is ready to serve.






Cooking with images Tandool, Akki





Articles


Poha is flattened rice and is also a quickly digestible kind of raw rice. Being fast to prepare with, you can find poha as a well-liked option for breakfast in the majority of Indian families and there are several variations of it. In addition, it makes a healthy snack choice, provided its nutrition benefits.

 

Organic Rice Poha (Rice Flakes) is manufactured out of dehusked rice that's flattened into light dry flakes. These flakes get bigger when put into liquid because they absorb water or milk. Add peas and potatoes in it for any timeless food. This Organic rice is husked, cleaned out, parboiled, drained and after that flattened by huge rollers right until very thin. Poha is naturally gluten-free which is used in an array of recipes. Poha cooks within a bit of time, just soak in hot water and add your preferred spices and/or veggies. Because it contains no cholesterol and also very little fat, it's a healthy addition for those looking for a high-protein and fiber addition to their diet plans.

 

Kanda batata poha origins from Maharashtra which is well-known traditional dish made in Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur along with other regions in India. Even South Indians make them but they also add a sprinkle of grated coconut which pulls the thin line between the two.

 

Poha is an easy but delicious breakfast and brunch dish that originated from Northern India. Generally known as aloo poha, it is made from rice flakes, potatoes, onions, and spices and it is a fast and simple dish to whip up when you have all of the ingredients. Poha is definitely the Maharashtrian word for rice flakes, that you may possibly manage to find at specialty Indian grocery store.

 

There are numerous recipes for making poha and every family has their unique method of making poha yet, in the majority of them either onion or potato is common

 

Nutrients

Poha is rich in iron, fiber, vitamin B as well as a healthier choice to obtain your repair of carbohydrates in the morning



 

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Crafts And More Posted on Thu Sep 17 2015

Awesome!?

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ravali sri Posted on Fri Sep 18 2015

It's not pressed rice It is puffed riceThanks for amazing recipe?

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Radhika Nandakumar Posted on Sun Sep 20 2015

Nice. does this require fermentation.?

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hareramable Posted on Sun Sep 20 2015

which rice did you take and fermentation???

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Purna Cuddapa Posted on Mon Nov 30 2015

Use less saying " DEAR FRIENDS"?

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Dwarakamai Posted on Fri Dec 11 2015

I have many dosa recipes in my bookmark this will one more dosa addition in that ,,thank u!?

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komal dhande Posted on Sat Feb 13 2016

can v use idli rava instead of rice????

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Bhargavi Nagaraj Posted on Fri Mar 11 2016

very simple recipe i k definitely try small doubt so only thing we need to soak is rice ???? for 3 hrs after that we can just grind it right?

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Bhavika Jain Posted on Tue Mar 15 2016

Thanks for the receipe Raghini !! I like watching your videos and trying them out .... You are very sweet !! Quick question .. Which poha to be used ? Thick or thin ??

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deepthi achanta Posted on Wed Mar 23 2016

it's puffed rice not pressed rice!?

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mm12 Posted on Fri Apr 08 2016

+Mrs.Vahchef i thought pressed rice was poha, whats the difference between pressed rice and poha???

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Gunja Saxena Posted on Sun Apr 24 2016

it's flattened rice not pressed rice?

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