Poha or Avalakki Bhath is a simple and protein rich , one pot breakfast recipe . The main ingredient of this dish , that adds a whole lot of flavour is the vangibhath powder ! The powder can be made at home or store bought.
1.5 cups thick poha / avalakki
1/2 cup yellow moong dal
3 teaspoons Vangi Bhath powder
1 teaspoon concentrated tamarind paste or 2 tablespoons fresh tamarind juice
1 teaspoon jaggery
Salt to taste
3 cups water
1 teaspoon turmeric
3 tablespoons oil
1 tablespoon ghee
2 tablespoons peanuts
- In a pan , add moong dal and roast on medium flame until colour changes slightly.
- In a bowl , add poha, wash and drain the water.
- Add little water to soak the poha for 5 mins.
- Add 2 cups water to moong dal , turmeric and salt.
- Cook until the moong dal is cooked .
- In a bowl add vangi Bhath powder , tamarind paste and water.
- Make a smooth paste.
- Once the dal is cooked add drained poha.
- Add the masala paste and allow it to boil.
- Now add the drained poha and mix.
- Adjust salt .
- Boil the poha and dal mix on medium flame , until it’s thick.
- Add water , to adjust the consistency. It gets thicker as it cools down.
- In another small pan , add oil .
- When it’s hot , add peanuts and fry them until colour changes.
- Fry the peanuts on medium flame.
- Once the peanuts are fried , add mustard seeds, channa and urad dal.
- Pour the tempering on the the bhath .
- Mix it will . Add a dollop of ghee and serve it hot.
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