Yogurt peppery aval /rice flakes – easy and quick snack recipes

After having lived in Maharahtra for more than 20 years, kanda poha has always been a staple thing at our place. I make it atleast once a week or sometimes even for dinners. Thankfully everyone at home love this dish. Being a South Indian, I also make puli aval once in a while though my preparation of the same is not upto the mark. My mom had always made delicious puli aval and I had always loved the spicy and tangy flavour of it. I still have to learn to make it that way. Meanwhile while browsing through the instagram a month ago, one of my relatives who is  a awesome cook had posted about rice flakes with pepper and yogurt.

Milagu aval        I have heard about milagu aval before when browsing through several blogs though I have never tasted as it was not made at our place. So when I saw the picture in the instagram , I found that yogurt is a interesting addition too. So I decided to make it that way. It was quite delicious. I have already made it a couple of times by now. I also made it for my grandmother when she was visiting us. She does not eats rice on some days and she liked it when I made this for her.

      Its so easy to make and it is done in minutes that I have almost stopped making my family’s favourite kanda poha. No, I wont stop making that, But definitely this will be made quite frequently.


For other recipes with poha , please click on the links

Poha khichu

Indori poha

Poha cutlet

Flaked rice with milk

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Milagu aval Yum
An easy snack recipe with rice flakes made in minutes!!
Milagu aval
Course breakfast, snack
Cuisine indian, south indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Course breakfast, snack
Cuisine indian, south indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Milagu aval
Instructions
  1. Wash the flaked rice/poha in water and drain the water completely by passing it through a sieve/strainer. Add the yogurt to the poha and mix well. It should not be too soggy.
  2. Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds, udid dal and channa dal along with curry leaves. Add hing and peanuts. when it sputters, mix with a spoon for a minute. Add the yogurt poha mixture.
  3. Add the salt and pepper. Mix well. Cover with a lid and cook for 3-4 minutes. Switch off the flame. Garnish with coriander leaves. Serve warm.
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One Comment

  1. Appreciate this post. Let me try it out.

     

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