Thick Rice Flake
The Thick Poha variety is rice flakes that are more thicker and stronger when compared to the other types. In the production of Thick Poha, lesser pressure is applied during the flattening process. It is a better option to use in breakfast recipes if you are looking for a wholesome meal, as it does not soak and break up easily. In addition to that, Thick Poha also gives you a choice to toast, season, fry, or prepare it as a mushy delicacy. Thick Poha is widely used in Asian cooking and common in Indian kitchens. You can also serve it as a snack and blend together spices to bring out the best in its flavor and aroma.
A single cup of Thick Poha contains 207 energy calories, 3.96 grams of protein, 46.3 grams of carbohydrates, 0.72 grams of fat, and 0.42 grams of fibre. It is a good source of probiotic bacteria that strengthens your gut and digestive tracts. Loaded with vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and iron.
Thick Poha is also called beaten rice as it is made up from raw rice. It is very low in calorie and one of the main snacks which contain no fat.