A very traditional ingredient in India, pawa, or poha, are rice grains that have been pressed, fried and flaked. Most commonly consumed for breakfast or as a snack as they’re nutritionally dense and the cook time is far shorter than normal rice.
- High in Fibre
- Quick and easy to cook
- Great for both sweet and savoury dishes
- Add extra zing to pawa dishes by topping with tasty chutneys