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Easy puffed rice recipe poha (murmura upma/ talimpu)



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  1. Thanks for stopping by and for the comments,puffed rice looks yummy.

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  2. I too make the same way with beaten rice.. lovely video!

    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com

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  3. @ puspha....thnX for stopping by...and leaving ur valuable comment

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  4. Hey deepthi...interesting I never used puffed rice for upma...simply superb n nice video presentation!!! Keep going ...

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  5. @krithi....yeah!!!! it is the easy way to make..i thnk every one knew it....but i wanted to c this recipe in my blog...thnX for stopping by krithi...do come back again

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  6. @sangee....thnX for stopping by and leaving ur encouraging comment...do come back again....

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  7. Nice recipe with video :)

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  8. frndz when u find time plz visit http://h4wifes.blogspot.com/ and follow it

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  9. Never tasted puffed rice upma..I alwayz assumed they would turn out hard but this looks so yummy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. Nice recipe well explained with video.
    South Indian Home

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  11. Great video dear... Making a video is really a tedious task and you have done it neatly. Nice recipe dear..

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  12. @prathima and south indian home thnq for ur lovely comments....plz cme bck again :)

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  13. @vimitha anand...thnQ dear for ur encouraging words..they mean a lot to me....

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  14. Interesting that you have it on video, good going. Waiting to see you take it to the next step.

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  15. @sunitha...thnQ for the nice idea....will try this one soon....:)

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  16. Clever clever way to show the process of making the dish! Love it totally!

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  17. I can eat this every single day without complaining ~ love love love it :)
    The video is really cute :)
    US Masala

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  18. yeah!!! even i can enjy it every day :)...thnx for stoping by aipi...:)

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  19. Can eat this poho upma everyday,my fav anytime..

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  20. hey..Nice video presentation and good snack...I ll try this soon..

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  21. Wow delicious Poha upma..nice vedio presentation,keep rocking!
    Thanks for stopping by at my space..you have a lovely blog..happy to follow u:)

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  22. @priya,saranya and suja...thnQ for stopping by.....plz be bck again!!!!!!!!!

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  23. This is a very yummy post! a quick and scrumptious upma :)

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  24. Hubby is a fan of poha. Like the video idea :)

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  25. Great video presentation! You have a nice blog out here. Thanks for visiting me and for your nice words :)

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  26. Nice recipe with vedio.

    First time here, wonderful blog, happy to follow you, do stop by mine when you find time.

    Prathima
    http://deepthidigvijay.blogspot.com/

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  27. @vardhini, Ambreen and prathima..thnx for stopping by and leaving ur lovely comments!!!!!!plz cme bk again :)

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