Poha is my family favourite unanimously. So I decided that I would try as many variations as possible. This is my third poha dish this marathon, and I am quite amazed to find out so many variations with this ingredient. Invariably every state has something to offer. Chuda (Poha) and Mudhi (Puffed rice), in Orissa is a common item for breakfast. This variety of poha has a lot of veggies, no turmeric and the main difference is that, poha is roasted. This can also be had for snack sans the veggies. Chuda means Poha in Oriya and Santula means - Mixed veggies. Sbsutitute poha with puffed rice for Mudhi Upma.
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vaishali sabnani says
I did a sweet version of poha..but actually prefer savoury. .this looks yum and my mouth is watering.
Archana Potdar says
Wow this is so yum. Looks so deliciously colourful. I am sure my kids will love it.
Jayanthi Padmanabhan says
you are a poha fan alright.. this one looks so bright and inviting.. lovely colours
Chef Mireille says
this colorful poha looks so good
Suma Gandlur says
As you mentioned, I am learning regional variations of many dishes during this marathon. This poha is also interesting.
Yes, there are so many ways to prepare humble pohe! Looks delicious and a way to start the day with vegetable poha.
Harini-Jaya R says
I am also a poha freak at home. Lovely one to enjoy.
Gayathri Kumar says
I can have this with my evening coffee. Looks so colourful...
Pavani N says
Yummy poha preparation. Looks so colorful and delicious.
What a wonderful way to have your breakfast!..very nice bowl Nisha..
Priya Suresh says
Very delicious,colourful and filling breakfast, i can happily finish that bowl rite now.
Nivedhanams Sowmya says
so many poha varieties.. simple, quick and easy!!
The Pumpkin Farm says
Poha indeed seems to be your favorite snack item...this is nice variety