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5 Poha Recipes That Are A Must Try

Poha is a typical breakfast that is eaten around the country. But if you want a variation in this dish, check out these poha recipes.
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  • 5 Poha Recipes That Are A Must Try

    Do you have trouble deciding what to make for breakfast as well? It can be tedious to wake up to the same bread, butter, or upma every morning. Though each state has its unique breakfast specialities, there are many things to discover. However, there is one traditional breakfast that is almost widely consumed throughout the country. Yes, we're talking about poha. Poha can be prepared in a variety of ways that is all things delicious. Check out these yummy varieties of poha and make them in no time!
  • Nagpur's Tari Poha

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    Tari Poha is a delightful blend of healthy carbs and protein that makes it a nutritious and healthful snack for everyone. This is a variety of poha popular in Nagpur, and it's served with Tari, a tangy masala gravy. It is prepared with with thick chivra, finely chopped onion, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves, chillies, sugar, and salt.
  • Indori Poha

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    This poha is laden with onions, masala, sev, and other ingredients to elevate its flavour. Making Indori poha is a simple as it requires a few components only.
  • Bihar and Jharkhand's Simple Curd Poha

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    This is for those lazy days when you don't feel like cooking and wake up late. All you have to do is wash some poha and mix it with curd and sugar. Combine all of the ingredients, and you've got yourself a simple delight!
  • Karnataka's Khara Avalakki

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    This poha is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins and proteins. This recipe is made with onion, ginger, mustard seeds, chana dal, white urad dal, mustard seeds, and salt. It is typically served with coconut chutney and topped with coriander leaves.
  • Maharashtra's Kanda Poha

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    The combination of kanda with flat beaten rice has a pleasant and spicy flavour. As the name implies, a lot of kanda is mixed to this poha which is then topped with crispy almonds and yellow sev. Kanda poha can be accompanied by any chutney of your choice.
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