Beaten Rice / Poha Pancakes yes you hear me correct and a big shout to all moms whose kids say “NO” and fussy to Poha/ Beaten Rice, this is just perfect recipe and I feed my kids a healthy breakfast and made some pancakes, my kids just love them, drizzle with some orange honey it was amazing.
Well, we goan prepare as sweet but wanted to try a new recipe and try with the pancake, this was my experience at my home if these pancakes impress you do give a try and sure your angels too will love it. I use white poha you can also use brown one.
I prepare milk tea with cardamom and use rose tea powder which I brought all the way from Goa (local store brought) love the aroma of the tea.
1 Cup Brown Flour
4 tbsp. Beaten Rice / Poha
1/2 cup Milk
4 tbsp. sugar/jaggery
Pinch of cardamom Pwd. / Vanilla essence 1/2 tsp.
Ghee/butter for shallow fry.
Take a bowl add egg, water & sugar and incorporate well then add the dry ingredient and incorporate well, leave for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes you will see poha absorb the liquid and batter turn to thicker into pancakes batter, add little water it should be pouring consistency.
Heat up skillet add ghee so drop of ghee and apply the whole skillet and pour a ladle full of the batter once will see some whole and side bit brown then flip it to another side then remove it on a plate.
Let is cool and serve with honey and relish every bit.
25 thoughts on “Beaten Rice / Poha Pancakes with Tea”
Very unique! Have never tried it before 🙂 how Hve you been dear ? Had been missing your posts
Thank you so much dearie 😙 and i am fine only bit tied up with office work.
What is poha exactly? I’m in the US (NJ) and some of your ingredients are unfamiliar to me. Thanks. N.
It beaten rice and sure you will get in indian store every country dear even i m in Kuwait but i too buy from indian store
I’ve never heard of this before but indeed interesting 🙂
Thank you Andy
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Thank you Sir for your kind help
Missed seeing you, the pancakes sound wonderful Linda.
Thank you so much dear and glad you like
How innovative Linda!! great to see your post 🙂 Oh I love rose tea a lot too 😀
Thank u do much Sweety Freda, hope i could parcel u some ❤
Please do 😀 Next time I shall remember to get some rose tea from there 🙂
Yes Sweet❤ Freda u has to bring
Wow. Sounds yumm
Thx u so much dear
Nice recipe. Please explain if the brown flour is made from the wheat or rice.
Thx Sweety Neelam and yeah brown flour is wheat flour
Thanks for your reply, dear Linda 🙂 I also like your posts on sadi boshis.
Love beaten rice whether in dosas/pancakes…delicious pancakes deae. …
Truly agree with you dearie Chitra ❤
Pancakes looks tasty and healthy too
Thank you 😀
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Awesome post and the poha tea looks yummy.
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