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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.

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

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

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

  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 come back again

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

  7. Nice recipe with video :)

  8. frndz when u find time plz visit and follow it

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

  26. Nice recipe with vedio.

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


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


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