How To make a Delicious Poha in Breakfast?

Poha is very Delicious & simple dish of Maharashtra. It Is called "pohe" in marathi or "avlakki bhat" in kannada. It is easy to cook & will take very short time. Poha is made up of Beaten rice. It is very light, You can eat it into morning Breakfast & in Evening with Tea also.

Beaten rice
Beaten rice


  • Beaten Rice Two cup
  • Groundnuts 50 gm
  • Onions medium size 2
  • Tomato 2
  • Green chilly 2
  • Mustred seeds
  • One Potato
  • Chopped curry leaves
  • Chopped coriander
  • One pinch turmeric powder
  • Salt to taste


How To Make Poha?

Take Beaten rice & soak it into water for some time.wash & drain out water.

Spring some salt & pinch of turmeric powder in it.

Cut small pieces of onion, tomato, chili, & potato.

Heat oil in pan , add peanuts to crackle, mustered & put curry leaves.

Add potato to saute them then add onion, salt & green chili.

When onion turns golden brown then add tomato & stir it well.

Now time to add poha & mix it well with mixture.

Put chopped coriander on it to decorate.

Put lemon juice on it & your delicious poha is ready.

More by this Author

Comments 13 comments

raj 3 years ago

very tasty poha thanks

Anusha 3 years ago

Thank u so much my husband loved it...

adonia profile image

adonia 4 years ago Author


Akki 4 years ago


meenu 4 years ago

Its nicce iam gona try this today.

ravi 4 years ago worked well..

nupur khandelwal 5 years ago

thanks for sharing the recipe

mama panda 5 years ago

very testy. I think it is jost like CHUDA UPAMA a odiya dish

Allan 5 years ago

Cool, this was so easy, thanks for the details

Deep 5 years ago

I have fan of poha and love to eat it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

gunika 5 years ago

it is very tasty

emma 6 years ago

is it imp. to add mustard seeds?

adonia profile image

adonia 6 years ago Author

Try is very easy....

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.

    Click to Rate This Article