This is another recipe using puffed rice (Murmura, mumra, mamra or Pori) as puffed in india. This is sweet. Variations: Peanuts, cashews, roasted edamame, pretzels, rice crackers, wasabi peas, coconut, raisins, almonds, pecans etc etc
Puffed rice is well known as 'Murmura / Mumra / Mamra' in India. This is used as a main ingredient to make many Indian snack items like Bhel Puri, Murmura Ladoo, Chikkis, Spicy Puffed Rice etc. This is an easy recipe that is guilt free. Variations: Peanuts, sesame seeds, cashews, roasted edamame, pretzels, rice crackers, wasabi peas, coconut, raisins, almonds, pecans etc etc
Basically the bars are formed in a pan like rice crispy treats and the Laddu are balls formed of the same mixture. Mamra is puffed rice with just a touch of salt from India. I found it in a great new market and am finding new recipes to use it. If you use Rice Crispies add just a little salt. It will not be the same, but should work well. With peanuts added it tastes like a crunchy PayDay or Peanut Bar. Variations: Peanuts, cashews, roasted edamame, pretzels, rice crackers, wasabi peas, coconut, raisins, almonds, pecans etc etc.
from darlene kossman she says these are special cookieok ive made these rascels and they are like a pie crust cookie you had best like cinnamon .and i cut the recipe in half when i did them because you would have cookies coming out your ears.these are not my fav recipe of darlenes but rudy liked them he said they would be good with or milk , i would not put as much sugar topping on next time but rudy was happy and wanted them for later
From "Good Eats," episode "Flat Is Beautiful: Going Crackers." If you can't find graham flour, sift together 2/3 c all-purpose flour, 1/3 c coarse-ground wheat bran and 1 1/2 tsp wheat germ. Avoid baking powder with aluminum; it will make your crackers taste metallic.
This is a thin Indian crispy cracker or flat bread. It is typically served as an appetizer to an Indian meal. It can also be eaten as a snack and can be topped with chopped onions, peppers, chutney's or other condiments.
I think I made this recipe years ago, but lost the recipe, this looks so similar!
I found this in my favourite paper The Weekly Times, and if it is, even close to the same recipe, then I will be really pleased!
Problem is I am not sure of the servings or cooking time until I make them myself!
Make your own! I was surprised not to find this recipe on here - it's very easy and tastes better than store bought canned. I clipped this recipe from some newspaper. If you like really sweet then try sprinkling with sugar. DO NOT USE MARGARINE - THEY WILL BURN OR GET TOO DARK. Photos taken by me on 2/26/06.
These are not popovers and have nothing to do with bread. These are very quick snacks that you can whip up during commercial breaks when you are watching TV and you feel like something cheesy. Vary the taste with different types of cheeses.