Poha is rice that has been parboiled, rolled, flattened and then dried to produce flakes. The flakes come in different thicknesses depending on the pressure used in the flattening process.
Rice flakes are small, very light, flat and greyish white in colour. Depending on the method of cooking, they can be soft or crunchy.
Protein is known to promote satiety, prevent overeating and help control blood sugar levels, people stand to benefit from it the most if they consume it regularly. Studies have shown that high-protein breakfasts reduce hunger and help people eat up to 135 fewer calories later in the day.Continue Reading
Jaggery contains good amounts of magnesium in it, which is excellent for keeping your intestinal health on track. You will get approximately 15 mg of magnesium if you consume 10 grams of jaggery on a regular basis, which can help your body to meet 4 per cent of its daily requirement of magnesium.Continue Reading
Poha is considered the perfect breakfast food and has gained attraction not just across India, but also globally. It can be cooked along with a number of vegetables like peas, potato, coriander and even crunchy peanuts are added to it. This makes the dish more nutritious and filling. Bread poha is a variation of Poha, with slices of bread added to the masala.Continue Reading
Poha is a breakfast dish made of beaten rice. Considering it as your breakfast option is beneficial for two reasons. Firstly, it is tasty, requires no special ingredients, easy to make, very less oil required to make & light on stomach and secondly, you can add boiled, potato, tomatoes,pomegranate, sprouts or any other ingredient to make it more nutritious.Continue Reading