Thursday, March 22, 2012

Fried Rice Upma/Arivarutha Upma


Ingredients:-
Par boiled rice/Puzhukkalari-1 cup
Jaggery powder-1/4 cup
Coconut ,grated-1/2 ucp
Water-1 cup
Salt-a pinch

Directions:-
·         Roast the rice till golden brown




·         Take a pressure cooker, add roasted rice, 1 cup water and add a pinch salt. Pressure cook on medium heat for 2 whistles. Allow to cool

·         Open lid and add powdered jaggery and grated coconut, mix well. Again put on medium heat for 3-5 minutes.
Have  with tea…



 You don’t like sweet version. You can add enough salt (1 tsp) instead of jaggery powder and make salty upma.


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22 comments:

  1. Wow...that's new to me...looks yum....

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  2. very delicious and tasty dish.

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  3. This rice with coconut must be delicious. Will try it soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Looks yum. I do without frying. Yours looks nice

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  5. This is a new one to me, my try out list keeps getting longer..

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  6. Thats something new to me..sounds yummm

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  7. Tasty upma!
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  8. Innovative :)
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  9. never made sweet rice. but I ate at friend's home. I liked that. Yours look same as that I ate. I ll try this recipe soon

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  10. Mmmmmm....so yummy!!! Thanks for your recipe :)

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  11. this looks really delicious n very new also....loved it....
    Maha

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  12. I will skip jaggery & add some more salt ..thanks for the recipe :)



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  13. very innovative n awesome dish...

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  14. This is totally new to me. Very creative!

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  15. Hi. This is quite like the sweet rice. Looks nice.
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  16. yummy and wonderful !! Thanks for linking to the event !!

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Thanks all for ur wonderfull comments

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