This spicy lemon poha recipe is a easy breakfast recipe. It is a variation of a traditional poha recipe from Karnataka.
Poha is also known as beaten rice, flattened rice. In Indian languages, poha is known as avalakki(Kannada), aval(Tamil), chivra etc.
This poha recipe is made for breakfast or as a evening snack. It is filling, easy to make and you can make some preparation in advance. It keeps well in the fridge for 2-3 days. Just heat it before serving.
Most Indian houses have the required ingredients in their kitchen. So it is easy to make at any time.
You need thick or medium thick poha for this recipe. We need to grind the poha to fine powder. You may grind the poha in advance and keep it for a few days.
Ingredients for spicy lemon poha for 2-3 servings
You may add some finely chopped vegetables such as cauliflower, potatoes, capsicum, tomatoes etc. if you wish.
Add these vegetables to the oil and cook a little before adding poha.
Or you may boil the vegetables till just done. Pour on a colander to remove excess water and add the vegetables when you add poha.
Enjoy this spicy lemon poha recipe.
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