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Monday, August 9, 2010

ARISI UPMA RECIPE

Arisi  upma is  a very simple dish,which is normally made in a brass vessel,we call it “uruli” in tamil. Both my mom and Mother in law makes this upma in the that vessel. Since i don't have this , i always make this in pressure cooker.
Let me share the recipe of this Arisi upma this time.
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INGREDIENTS: SERVES 3-4
RAW RICE 1 1/2 CUP
TOOR DHAL 3 TBLSP
CUMIN SEEDS 1 TSP
PEPPER 1/2 TSP
REDCHILLI 1 NO
CURRY LEAVES FEW
COOKING OIL 1 TSP
COCONUT OIL 1 TSP
SCRAPPED COCONUT 2TBLSP
ASAFOETIDA 1/4 TSP
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/2 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
METHOD:
  • Wash the rice and drain all the water.
  • Dry it in a cloth ,by spreading the rice in the cloth.
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  • This procedure helps in breaking of the rice evenly without making it a powder.
  • When it is dry,transfer it to the mixie.
  • Just coarsely grind it in the mixie along with the toordhal,cuminseeds and pepper.
  • The consistency should be like this.
  • We call this as arisi kurunnai.
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  • In a pressure cooker, add the cooking oil and coconut oil .
  • Add mustard seeds, asafoetida,curry leaves and redchilli to it.
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  • Now add water to it and allow it to boil.
  • For one cup of the rice kurunnai,add 2 cups of water.
  • Add salt to it.
  • When it boils nicely add the rice kurrunai to it.
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  • When half of the upma is donr, close the cooker with the lid.
  • Keep it in a low flame and cook for 10-12 mins .
  • In this time we will get one whistle from the cooker.
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NOTE:
  1. This recipe is usually done with raw rice,but if u dont get it,u can use parboiled rice too.(not the idli rice).
  2. You can also replace ricekurrunai available in the store,so that u can skip the first 2 steps.
  3. If you have a ricemill, in the place u live,u can grind a sizeable quantity and store it .

46 comments:

  1. Looks yummy...I never tried or ate this so far...shall try some time ..nice pics

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  2. Oh wow...that's an simple and yum recipe...

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  3. Delicious upma...we too love this...I make this often :)

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  4. This is one of my rec favourites and you have reminded me to make this for myself :) ..
    Yours look so tempting jeys

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  5. Wow... superb clicks dear.... looks wonderful...

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  6. that is new to me..looks very good, will try it

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  7. Gr8 recipe,never tasted this,bookmarked....

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  8. my all time favourite upma...yours looks yumm...arisi upma ,milagai podi with curd...mmm heaven...

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  9. Totally new to me, sounds healthy and delicious...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  10. I love arisi upma. We also make upma kozakattai. Make this into small balls and steam it one more time. Great pictures

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  11. arisi upma looks so tempting ...it our favorite too ...i used to do some what like this only but add mung dal in place of toor dal ...will try ur version next time

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  12. This is my family favorite :) we even serve rasam along with this. :) yummy :)

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  13. I heard of this..never got a proper recipe to try...thanks for sharing... looks yummy..

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  15. My all time favorite,never done this way,always buy kurunai from stores! Will soon try this way :)

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  17. Jeyashri that looks super yummy and my very very fav too. Before going to bed I am simply drooling at ur pictures dear :)

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  18. luks fantastic jeyashri,lovely pics...

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  19. arisi upma looks yummy and perfect...nice click jeya.

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  20. Hi Jayashri
    I can relate to most of your recipes I too prepare it in the same way like u in a pressure cooker whereas in my in laws place they prepare it in the vengala panai.I like this with coconut chutney or sambar.Nice pictures Jayashri

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  21. Wat abeautiful click! luks so tempting....

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  22. I too make this way sometimes when i run short of noi arisi.. Looks yum & nice click too :)

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  23. Nice detailed recipe. Thanks for sharing. Lovely recipe.

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  24. I havent tried it but have tasted it at my friends palce...ur version sounds and looks yum

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  25. any dish we make it in uruli gives really special taste..this upma looks so delicious.. with rice very interesting one

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  26. This is my favourite too dear....urs look perfect and yummy. This one and curd is a divine combo...keep rocking dear.

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  27. Looks lovely! Beautiful pics!

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  28. cooker photo yellam poottu kallakkareley. apdiyee cooker whistle sound yepdi irukkumnu oru sound file add panni irukkalaam...:P

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  29. This is looking fabulous....I can't agree more on"uruli" :-)

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  30. arisi upma is one of my favorite. I love to eat it with yogurt and pickle.

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  31. Looks yummy, nice click. i like arisi uppma with kathrikai kothsu.

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  32. Thanks for the Arisi Upma recipe.I tried different versions of the same upma,but nothing satisfied my personal critique[my husband].I almost gave up on trying this upma,then I found u r blog and tried it.Guess what, my husband told me this was the taste he was expecting.thanks to u.it is very easy too.

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  33. Thanks for the Arisi Upma recipe.I tried different versions of the same upma,but nothing satisfied my personal critique[my husband].I almost gave up on trying this upma,then I found u r blog and tried it.Guess what, my husband told me this was the taste he was expecting.thanks to u.it is very easy too.

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  34. Thanks for recipe. All the times that I made earlier it would either be too mushy or dry. But this time the tase was perfect. Thanks to your detailed recipe. The part where I was going wrong was the last step.

    Keerthi

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  35. Thank you for the detailed recipe with pics. All the times that I made this earlier it would either be mushy or dry. Never the right consistency. But this time I followed your recipe and half cooked it then pressure cooked it in low for one whistle. It came out perfect and tasted like my mom's :) thanks again!!

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  36. a very comforting upma with Thogayal , we use to call it as "Biyyam Nooka Upma "in telugu and also we powder dhal too....

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  37. How long do you have to dry the rice?

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  38. Please mention, how many members can have with your mentioned quantity.

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  39. Hi what is raw rice? Is it any kind of rice?

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