Sweet Poha / Sihi Avalakki

Sihi Avalakki
I usually prepare both Khara Avalakki (Spicy Poha) and Sihi Avalakki (Sweet Poha) and serve them together (like Chow Chow Bath combination of Upma and Shira). Sihi Avalakki is also made into “Pancha Kajjaya” for some Poojas by adding additional ingredients like ghee, Honey and Banana. Even this variation is yummy to eat! Another delicacy from Udupi.
Prep Time
15 Minutes
2 People
Thin Poha
Grated Jaggery
Grated Coconut
Sesame Seeds
Honey (Optional)
Sliced Banana (Optional)
Ghee (Optional)
1 Cup
¼ - ½ Cup
½ Cup
1 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
1 Small
1 Tbsp.
1.  Dry roast sesame seeds.
2.  Mix grated jaggery and grated coconut nicely together with your hand.
3.   Optional – To this add honey and ghee and mix well
4.  Now add sesame seeds and thin poha to this and mix well.
5.  Optional – Add sliced banana and mix well again.


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