Vijay Thick Poha

Vijay Thick Poha are flattened rice flakes that go through intense cleaning procedures and quality assurance tests before reaching your table. Best quality rice is sourced from local farmers and it is cleaned to perfection before being boiled and flattened into crispy rice flakes. Poha is the ideal snack for mid-meal snack lovers due to its light weightiness. It also contains sufficient carbohydrates to keep you energized and it can satiate your hunger for a long time.

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The premium quality Vijay Gold Thick Poha is made from carefully selected rice, which undergoes a 4-step cleaning process & 28 quality checks. It is a type of flattened, thick, crispy rice flakes that make for a high fiber, healthy, and appetizing Indian breakfast or snack like Sada Dosa, Pohe Ke Vade, and Appam Pancake. Thick poha is used in the majority of prepared poha recipes. Our Rice Flakes are fluffy and absorbent, qualities that lend well to making extremely healthy and nutritious cuisines. Our Best Quality thick Poha does not get mushy on soaking and retains its qualities. It also contains sufficient carbohydrates to keep you energized, and it can satiate your hunger for a long time.


Carbs: 87 gms


Protein: 7.2 gms


Fiber: 10 gms


Energy: 356.70Kcal

Is poha healthier than rice?

Poha is unquestionably healthier than rice in the daily diet. Poha is an excellent breakfast option because it is easy to digest. It's because of the amount of fiber it contains. Furthermore, it is light and easy to digest for everyone.

How is Vijay Gold Poha made?

Poha is made by dehusking rice grains and then soaking them in hot water for a period of time. The raw materials go through a 4-step cleaning procedure and additional quality checks. After that, they are dried, roasted, and flattened with iron rollers.

Is poha a good probiotic?

It may surprise you, but Poha is an excellent probiotic. Paddy is parboiled before being sun-dried. Poha is made by flattening the dried substance. The finished product has been fermented, retaining beneficial microbial flora from partially digested carbohydrates and proteins.

Why is poha rich in iron?

Rice is processed through iron rollers to make poha. The iron from the process is retained by the flattened rice. Because they are at a higher risk of gestational anemia, lactating or pregnant women are generally advised to consume softened poha. A little lemon juice may help with iron absorption.

Is poha free of gluten?

Yes. Since Poha is made from rice, it is naturally gluten free.

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