Poha is the desi breakfast that is loved by scores of Indians living in the country as well as in abroad. The flattened rice dish is often spruced up with vegetables, served with tiny crispy Indian fritters, bhujia or chutneys, or simply with chopped onions and tomatoes. You may also pair them with jalebis or imartis. Poha is a much-loved breakfast dish across states in northern and western India, and in Madhya Pradesh, it’s a staple breakfast. It is not only delicious and filling but also comes with a number of health benefits.
Poha is quite easy to make and even the prep of the dish doesn’t take more than 15 minutes. This is another reason why we love making poha for breakfast. Poha is quite versatile and with a little creativity, you can turn even your leftover poha into a number of delicious snacks and appetizers, without even putting in a lot of extra effort or ingredients.
- Poha has a slightly longer shelf life and can be used the next day
- Poha has a number of health benefits
- Mix leftover poha with tikki or pakora mixture for a yummy dish
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