Kodo Flakes Poha

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Kodo flakes, also known as poha or flattened rice, are a popular ingredient in Indian cuisine. They are made by parboiling rice, then flattening it to create thin, light flakes that can be used in a variety of dishes.


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  • Weight: 500
  • Shelf Life: 24 Months
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Introducing Kodo Flakes, a popular and adaptable ingredient in Indian cooking commonly referred to as poha or flattened rice. These delicate flakes are made by parboiling rice then gently flattening it to produce thin, light flakes that use as the base for a variety of delectable dishes.

- A number of health advantages come with Kodo Flakes, making them more than simply a culinary staple.
- They are low-calorie meals, making them a great option for people watching their calorie consumption.
- These flakes may be consumed by people of all dietary preferences because they are simple to digest and devoid of gluten.
- They are a great source of important vitamins and minerals and a rapid, sustained source of energy, which makes them the perfect addition to a diet that is both wholesome and well-balanced.
- Kodo Flakes are a flexible and healthy option whether you're preparing a hearty breakfast, a savoury snack, or a tasty side dish.

To maintain the quality of your Kodo Flakes:
- Store in a cool and dry place and Keep it away from direct sunlight.
- Ensure that the package is sealed completely after every use to maintain quality.
- To ensure the optimum flavour and nutritional value, always abide by the best-before date.
- Keep it in an airtight container to extend shelf life.
- Always measure it out with a clean and dry utensil, preventing contamination.
- A variety of foods, including quick snacks, delectable sweets, and the traditional poha breakfast, may be made with them.

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