PuffedRice Balls/Pori Urundai must be a nostalgic treat for everyone. This sweet reminds me and take me back to my childhood days,Its one of my favorite treats till this day,A old man used sell these every day infront of our school and me and my frinds used to buy enjoy while walking to home,This PuffedRice Balls/Pori Urundai taste great with arisi pori, PuffedRice Balls/Pori Urundai people always make for karthigai deepam
Either we opt for indian sweets like halwa, ladoo etc or totally omit it from the menu. PuffedRice Peanut Butter Balls (Cooking without fire) – A delicious no bake no cook peanut buttery puffedrice balls
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Remove from the heat, add the puffedrice and stir to coat with the marshmallow-butter mixture. Transfer the rice mixture to the prepared bowl and sprinkle with the apricots, flaxseeds and sunflower seeds
I was kind of looking for some munchies and found some puffedrice/pori. Coconut Oil - 1 tbspPuffedRice/ Pori / Mumra - 2 cupsRoasted Peanuts - 1/2 cupRoasted Channa Dal - 1/4 cupSaltChilli Powder - 1 tsp ( please adjust the spice as per taste)Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tspAsafoetida Powder - 1/2 tspCurry Leaves - a fewMango Powder - 1/2 tspChaat Masala - a pinch or two ( optional)Preparation
My inspiration of this dish came from my boy who loves to eat chicken rice but he hates those bits and pieces of crashed garlic or ginger that are hidden in between the rice which some of the chicken rice stalls added
Coconut ladoo recipe with step by step photos. Coconut ladoo is a very popular and tasty sweet/mithai from Indian cuisine, the traditional method involves cooking grated coconut along with sugar and it takes some time