- 1 cup Poha ½ liter milk 3 tablespoons sugar 1 pinch of elaichi
Dudhantley Fove is a simple offering made to God during the early morning Pooja of Deepavali in Goa. This is basically a type of Kheer made with beaten rice and milk.
Goans celebrate Deepavali with many varieties of Fove/ Poha/ Pova/ Beaten rice preparations.
All these are very healthy dishes and you need not wait until Diwali to enjoy these.
- Wash the Fove/ poha and drain off the water. I have used unpolished beaten rice(red colour), but you could also use the polished white beaten rice.
- Boil the milk and add the pova and cook on slow flame till soft.
- Add sugar & mix well.
- Finally add the elaichi powder for a rich flavour and fragrance.
- This Dudhantley fove can be eaten hot, or some prefer to chill it in the refrigerator and eat it cold.