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 .





Comments

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

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  2. That luks very nice n its new to me.

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  3. Vrinda

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

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

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

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  6. very nice podi,too gud pictures!!!

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  7. 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

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  8. I love coconut! This looks great!

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

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

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  11. very nice. so intersting and new to me

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  22. Very interesting and delicious snack...

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  23. Thats new to me...looks interesting!

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

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

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  26. kothiyayi....nalla adipoli ayittundu...

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  27. Love the first pic..looks gorgeous!

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