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Gur Makha Khoi / Khoi Murki For Puja

Product Code: grocery47
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M.R.P : 199.00/-
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  • Yellow
  • Size :
  • 500 Grams

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Murki is made from a bowl of special puffed rice or Khoi in Bengal with Jaggery or Gur.

"Gur Makha Khoi" is a traditional Indian snack made from puffed rice and jaggery. Jaggery is a type of refined sugar made from sugarcane juice or palm sap and is commonly used in Indian cuisine for its distinct flavour and health benefits.

To make Gur Makha Khoi, puffed rice is mixed with melted jaggery syrup and then shaped into small balls or clusters. The jaggery syrup gives the snack a sweet and caramel-like flavour, while the puffed rice adds a crunchy texture.

Gur Makha Khoi is a popular snack in many parts of India, especially during festive occasions and celebrations. It is also known by other names in different regions, such as Murmura Ladoo, Murmura Chikki, or Porikadalai Urundai.

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Type Rice
Quantity 500 Grams
Container Type Packet
Organic Yes
Cuisine Indian
Biological Source Tree
Ingredients 250 grams puffed Rice (Khoi) & 250 grams of Jaggery or Gur

Puffed rice and popped rice (or pop rice) are types of puffed grain made from rice commonly eaten in the traditional cuisines of Southeast Asia, East Asia, and South Asia. It has also been produced commercially in the West since 1904 and is popular in breakfast cereals and other snack foods.

Traditional methods to puff or pop rice include frying in oil or salt. Western commercial puffed rice is usually made by heating rice kernels under high pressure in the presence of steam, though the method of manufacture varies widely. They are either eaten as loose grains or made into puffed rice cakes. 

There are 402 calories in 100 grams of Puffed Rice Cereal (Fortified). * The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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