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Dudh Pho/Parched Rice with Milk

I would like to call this an Indian way of eating corn flakes.  This is the easiest recipe I know.  Perfect for kids.  In Konkani its called Dudh Pho and in Marathi Dudh Pohe.  Jaggery also tastes good.

Ingredients:
Milk - 1 cup
Thick Poha/Parched Rice - about 1/2 cup
Sugar
Cardamom/Elaichi - 1

Method:
1.Boil the milk and let it cool.  Sugar can be added even while boiling milk.
2. Wash the parched rice with water 2-3 times to remove husk if any.  Drain all the water.
3. Mix sugar in milk and stir till sugar gets dissolved.
4. After sugar gets dissolved add washed parched rice, ground cardamom and its ready.  Cardamom is optional.

Comments

  1. very traditional recipe !!! simple and quick one !

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  2. Thanks SE!.. will look forward to see you again..

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  3. Hi Uma,

    Nice recipe for breakfast other than same old oatmeal.

    Mini
    http://nellore-bhojanam.blogspot.com

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  4. wow.....my mummy will love this one...m sure...:) m glad on joining ur blog.... :)

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  5. Thanks Mini and Abhi for making my day.

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  6. U have nice and lovely blog:) Amazing and new one:)

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  7. Uma,, I like this recipe very easy and quick one can cook at any time.Sure will try it today itself.

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  8. Sathya, am glad u liked Buns and Dudh Pho..

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  9. Thanks Harman and Sireesha for your feedback.

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  10. How is this recipe differnt from Avalakki payasa? Looks very similar to payasa :)

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  11. Preeti,
    I haven't heard of Avalakki payasa.. cooking is not involved in this except for boiling milk...I guess u call it as payasa.. Thanks for your feedback.

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  12. Hi came across ur blog through indi blogger.Very nice recipes.
    Love
    Subhashini

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  13. Thanks Subhashini.. hope u'll read my future posts too..

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  14. I am glad you loved my posts... I am sure ur feedback, just like other blogger friends, will enhance my culinary skills..

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