“Kanda Poha” or Bombay Poha as its fondly called is a light morning breakfast and an evening snack, one can have with a hot cup of steaming coffee. “Poha” means beaten /flattened rice, while” kanda” means Onions in Marati, a language spoken by the western regions of India, in the state of Maharastra where the city of Bombay or Mumbai is situated.This recipe made with Poha is a very famous dish of the Maharastrian cuisine.
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What is Poha?
Poha is flattened rice or beaten rice. It is basically, de-husked rice which is flattened into flat light dry flakes.It originates from the Indian subcontinent, specifically in the Malwa (west-central India) region and is called Pohe there.