A breakfast bowl from India that39s pretty unique

A breakfast bowl from India that's pretty unique

3 Quick Bites: The breakfast bowl you haven’t heard of

The breakfast bowl you haven’t heard of
A recent article by Sonia Chopra on eater.com introduces upma, “Southern India’s quick and comforting breakfast bowl.” Upma is somewhat of an outlier of typical Indian cuisine, as it’s “flavorful but not overly spicy; it’s dry, not curried; and it’s a standalone dish rather than part of a composite meal.” It’s a porridge made with roasted semolina, rice, grains or even p

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