Our Veggie Eats

All about the food we eat at home, pack in our lunch boxes, and try everywhere else…. And feel it's blog worthy!

Kandha Poha (Flattened Rice with Onions)

on March 26, 2013

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Poha is most often eaten for breakfast in northern and western parts of India. It is a savory dish made with flattened rice flakes, seasoned with mustard and cumin. There are several variations; the one I made today has split Thai green chilies, onions and toasted peanuts and a generous garnish of cilantro. Lime is not necessary but goes very well with this dish.

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