Avalose Podi/Roasted Rice Powder with Coconut








Avalose Podi /Avilose Podi
Ingredients


Directions
    Mix  everything together with hands  and keep aside for 30 minutes. Then roast them in a pan on low flame, stirring constantly till light golden brown and crispy. Cool it and store in an air tight container. Add some sugar when ready to eat. Its a great tea time snack








How to make Puttu Podi
Soak raw rice in water for 2  hours.  Dry it on a big towel. Then grind it in mixer to a fine powder .





32 Comments:

Happy Cook said...

Give me that bowl and a cup of tea after wards , love them remind sme of home.

Deepti said...

That luks very nice n its new to me.

Swathi said...

Vrinda

Avalose podi yummy.Amma used to make it in big batch for our after school snack

Yummy Team said...

Love avalose podi..Ethu kandittu sharikkum kothiyavunnu..Nice clicks!

Fathima said...

Love avalose podi.... the picture looks great!

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

very nice podi,too gud pictures!!!

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear Vrinda
Very nice indeed. I remember I used to eat this in my childhood days , in Orissa..the taste is lingering in my mind..thanks for the reminder..wish get some time to make it.
have a nice week

Sushma Mallya said...

Very quick and yummy snack

Sook said...

I love coconut! This looks great!

Nags said...

love the pic, and its been ages since i ate this!

Aruna Manikandan said...

sounds interesting and new to me...
Thx. for sharing dear!!!
Lovely clicks :-)

jeyashrisuresh said...

very nice. so intersting and new to me

BeenaShylesh said...

wow nice avilose podi...

Priya said...

Thats an interesting podi, i have heard about this podi but never tried at home..

An Open Book said...

avalose podi is my fav..i love ur pics...

Suma Rowjee said...

This is a new dish to me Vrinda, looks yumm!!

shanthi said...

Sounds interesting and yummy

Asha said...

Makes a great cereal in the morning for breakfast!:)

5 Star Foodie said...

Sounds such a yummy treat, I would love to try this!

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Nitha said...

Love this... especially with sugar and a banana sliced in it :)

Suman Singh said...

thats new to me...looks delicious..a perfect breakfast!

Nostalgia said...

Good one! I like it with banana also. Thanks for sharing

San said...

It's been long time since i had it,thanks for reminding vrinda.It's absolutely a delectable tea time snack.

Usha said...

Very interesting and delicious snack...

Rachana Kothari said...

Thats new to me...looks interesting!

Chetana Suvarna Ganatra said...

Reminds me of home Vrinda...good on ya.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

very colorful, yum!

Umm Mymoonah said...

Podi looks yummy, the pictures of profiteroles are also very nice, nice entry for the event, glad to follow you:-)

Sarah Naveen said...

kothiyayi....nalla adipoli ayittundu...

Parita said...

Love the first pic..looks gorgeous!

Aparna said...

love ur recipes. first time here..happy to follow you

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