Avalakki Vogarne / Poha Takda

Avalakki/Poha is one common breakfast prepared in any kannada household. There are a lot of varieties of avalakki vogarne varying from gojju avalakki, sihi avalakki, southekayi avalakki( cucumber avalaki) the list goes on ….This is simple avalaki prepared usually for evening Tea.

hasi_avalakki

Bekaguva Samagrigalu hege

2 handfull of poha – best thin poha

coriander seeds crushed – 1 tsp

onion 1 cut finely

jeera crushed – 1tsp

mustard – 1 tsp

hing – a pinch

red chilli – 3-4

groundnuts – 1 tbsp

grated coconut- 1/2 cup

coriander leaves – 2 tsp

turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp

salt and sugar to taste

Take oil for takda , add groundnuts fry until light brown now add mustard seeds, coriander/cumin crushed, chillies cut into pieces. fry for a minute now add hing, turmeric and remove from fire and pour into a bowl. To this add sugar, salt and coconut and mix well crushing the chillies. Once it is mixed well combine the poha, onions and garnish with coriander leaves. Serve immediately.

note: This dish is prepared with thin poha, so poha must not be washed as it will get mushy. The moisture in coconut and oions is enough to soak the poha.  If using medium poha then sprinkle water as needed.

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  1. Latha says:

    Roopa, i love that you write in kannada… makes me so nostalgic! Every sunday morning avalakki ogranne is standard in my home 🙂

    –Oh Latha thanks again :). For us also only weekends see u dear!

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