Rojali maharana posted 24-Jul-2012 12:39 AM
i hve made upma with this receipe my upma became very tasty and look also good but slightly salt is needed in it rather it is very nice so, thank u very much
Hungry4Upma posted 10-Jun-2012 08:21 PM
First time made upma using this recipe. Upma I cooked turned into golden/brownish color while the one in the picture is whitish. May be it has to do with mix/rava. As to water, start with a tea cup of water and keep adding if needed, water will soak.
Kanvi posted 11-Apr-2012 07:17 AM
i have cooked upma with this given recipe but i didn't find bikhra bikhra means look was not gd as given in the photo
Jyoti ruhil. posted 21-Jan-2012 05:17 AM
Except one thing recipe is owsm ...nd that is i thing the cook forgot to tell how much water to be added .....?? That's the key to make the dish ...isn't it ....?
Tamanna soni posted 03-Jun-2011 01:26 PM
Hi, its very simple by reading but let me try to make it tomorrow n dn again i vl gv my comments regardng it. so till dn gudbye.
Helga Ganguly posted 03-Apr-2011 02:49 PM
As usual,cook added too much water to make a proper upma. This is porridge. I give it a 2.
Nick posted 25-Jan-2011 07:42 PM
How much salt should you use? "Salt to taste" doesn't help a new cook. Try instead, for example, "1 tsp salt or to taste."
chris posted 14-Nov-2010 10:27 AM
after fry onions chili and ginger water has to be added and let the water comes to boil. Then lower the heat start adding suji and keep mixing so there wont be any lumps.