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Poha Paramannam

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Poha Paramannam Recipe, Poha Pauwa Meetha , How To Make Poha Paramannam Recipe

Poha paramannam is a sweet dish prepared with flattened rice especially for Lord Sri Krishna Janmashtami festival.

Poha is flattened rice and is also a quickly digestible kind of raw rice. Being fast to prepare for, 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... Read More..

About Recipe

Attukulu methai, Aval inippu, Chira Misti

How to make Poha Paramannam

(18 ratings)
5 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
20 mins
Poha Paramannam
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Attukulu
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : July 28, 2018


Ingredients used in Poha Paramannam
• Moong dal - 1 cup.
• Ghee - 1-2 teaspoons.
• Cashew nuts - 8-10 numbers.
• Raisins - 8-10 numbers.
• Flattened rice - 1 cup.
• Water - as required.
• Milk - 1 cup.
• Cardamom powder - 1-2 pinch.
• Jaggery - 1 cup.
Method:
  • Soak moong dal for 15-20 minutes./li>
  • Heat ghee in a pan, add cashew nuts, raisins, flattened rice and saute until it is crunchy and transfer into a plate.
  • Heat some more ghee in same pan, add moong dal saute it slightly.
  • Add water and cook it 70% and add milk. If you directly add milk it will take a longer time for moong dal to cook.
  • Add cardamom powder, flattened rice, cashew nut, raisins, jaggery cook for another 5 minutes.
  • Now poha paramannam is ready to serve.





Cooking with images Chivda madhur, Flattened rice , Avalakki sihi





Articles


Poha is flattened rice and is also a quickly digestible kind of raw rice. Being fast to prepare for, 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 a 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 fibre addition to their diet plans.

 

Kanda batata poha origins from Maharashtra which is a 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 speciality 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, fibre, vitamin B as well as a healthier choice to obtain your repair of carbohydrates in the morning



 

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Muzic Angel Posted on Sun Feb 07 2016

Nice recipe...I like how you accepted your mistake of adding milk before...Keep up the good work! ?????????

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Padmapriya Venkatasubbaiah Posted on Sun Feb 07 2016

Very good and healthy recipe. Even I like moong daal. Will definitely try this. Thanks for sharing this...?

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Crafts And More Posted on Sun Feb 07 2016

Very nice recipe ???

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Ashwini Reddy Posted on Mon Feb 08 2016

Very nice a must try...?

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Sam Brook Posted on Mon Feb 08 2016

wow liked it. can you show moong dal halwa??

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