Avalose Podi and Avalose Unda (Roasted Rice Balls), originates from the state of Kerala (South India).
The other names are avalosu podi, poorapodi, pooram podi, poora podi, pooram varuthathu, avilose podi. It’s a popular evening snack of kerala. This snack is usually eaten along with sugar or honey.
It also goes well with steaming tea or coffee. Avalose podi traditionally is made by preparing the rice flour by soaking rice flour for about 4 to 5 hours, then draining it and grinding.
Here’s an instant version of the Avalose podi with the same taste. It takes about 10 minutes to prepare and can be stored for later use also.