Sweets with Caramel

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  1. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    hi

    Hi Teja,

    Yes, you are telling about 'murmaralu'. That we call as 'rice pori'. But this is different. Generally we get them in Tamil Nadu itself only at the time of 'Karthigai Deepam'. That is after Depavali season. So I dont know about your place. But keep trying. Best of luck.:)
     
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    hi

    Hi Heena,

    This is different 'pori'. Which we use for this particular function. 'puffed rice' is different from this. :icon_frown:
     
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    Dear Krishnamma

    I also did not get rice poori /aval poori, total confusion, may be something specific to Tamilnadu?

    Varudhini


     
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    Hello,

    Hi Varudhini,

    It is 'POHA' or 'PAWA'. Which is called 'Aval' in Tamil. If you dry fry it you will get "Aval Pori'. It is also known as Flattened Rice and 'Nel pori' is called as 'Rice Crispies'

    If you Flattened rice, sometimes known as pounded rice, is mostly commonly sold as poha or pawa.

    It is made out of rice which is husked, cleaned and soaked in hot water. It is then pressed under rollers until wafer thin and then dried.

    We can make mixture if we fry 'poha'/aval in oil. we can make many tiffen items, snack items by using that. 'Kuchela' gave this to Lord Krishna.

    Now do you clear now? Please FB
     
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    Dear Krishnamma,

    You gave me another clue today. :goodidea: (Kuchela gave to Lord Krishna))) I think this should be the thing that u guys call "pori" in Tamilnadu. This we call in Andhra as " Atukulu ". I got it.

    Thanq Heena for your reply. But I think as per Krishnamma's recipe it's different. But puffed rice means moories/murmaralu . That's exactly as u said.....

    So Varudhini u should know by now ... Right???
    It's " Atukulu " :yes: . I still remember that we used to eat them by marinating in milk with sugar n enjoyed it like a morning breakfast.....

    So Krishnamma finally I guess I might be correct even this time. Let us all know n clear this mistery ......


    Thanq Krishnamma, Heena N Varudhini .....
    Teja :)
     
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    waaw

    Hi Teja,

    At last you got it? :yes: Super. Thank god. Actually Lord Krishna helped us to solve this problem.:)
     
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    :exactly:Thank God !!!


    Also :thankyou2: Krishnamma if I can get pori in here then I will give a try n let u know my F.B.

    Bye:wave
    TEJA
     
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    Hi

    Hi Teja,

    I will pray god, Lord Krishna, to help you in getting Aval pori. :mrgreen: waiting for your FB. Have a nice day.
     
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    Hi Krishnamma

    Thank you. You cleared my doubt. Yes they are atukulu in Telugu. Yesterday it self I got it, but some confusion as you said they are available only in TN, so a little confusion. The real problem is with language. If you said rice flakes, we could have got it easily.

    What is nel pori. Is it fried poha?

    Teja did you get what is meant by nel pori?

    Varudhini
     
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    No Varudhini , :idontgetit: . Actually I wanted to ask Krishnamma about it to give any hints. Otherwise :eek:mg: :bang .

    So let's wait n c 4 Krishnamma.... :biggrin2:
     

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