Bytewise Organic Beaten Rice / Poha

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Popularly called as Poha is derived from rice, is a much-loved Indian breakfast food that has a number of variants in different parts of the country.

Rice Poha, beaten rice and flattened into light, dry flakes. They are small in size, about 2 mm long, and are white or grayish in colour. They do not have any particular aroma and have bland gentle taste, and are a good source of complex carbohydrates, fibers and proteins

bytewise Organic prepare the flattened rice from organic rice, which makes for a healthier and tastier option compared to other types of Poha.

  • Culinary Usage
    Poha can be eaten raw by simply immersing them into water or milk, and adding sugar or salt to taste.
  • They can also be made into a dry crunchy sweet snack by frying them in a small amount of oil along with adding sweet spices and condiments.
  • Flattened rice are also used to make porridge or paste, and are sometimes given to sick people to help them feel better.
  • poha has potatoes added to it and is served with a side of some chutney and topped with crunchy, bright yellow sev.
  • Traditional way with peanuts, curry leaves or whether you love to munch on the chivda prepared from this flattened rice dish,
  • it's cooked along with a number of vegetables like peas, potato, coriander and even crunchy peanuts are added to it. This makes the dish more nutritious and filling.


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