Indori Pohe-Jalebi (Indian)
rice, chilies, onions, mustard seed, curry leaves
Indori Poha is a type of flattened (beaten) rice that is likely to have originated in the Indian metropolis of Indore. It contains cooked Poha (flattened rice) and is usually served with a unique combination of Jalebi (called Poha-Jalebi combined), Sev, sliced onions and funnel seeds.
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Created Aug. 14, 2018 by: itisclaudio
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