I HEAR YOUUUU...... You need OPOS language
to understand where I am coming from. A simple upma, while quick and easy, takes about 20-30 minutes
to make. It involves quite a decent amount of sautéing and stirring. Now with this recipe, your active cooking time around 5 minutes.
Your effort is less than 5-6 minutes
including prep! You save gas from having cut the cooking time from 20 minutes to 5 thereby money due to less gas bill! The effort is a laugh. Once you go into the recipe, you will know why. Thanks to less effort and "no hands on"
approach, you get time to do other things parallelly. Or may be just sit, relax and enjoy that elusive "peaceful morning tea"
. Until few years ago, we used to enjoy a drier version of this upma. But, we chanced upon this creamier version at a local Indian restaurant and have been a fan since. This is how my family prefers the upma - with almost a "melt-in-the-mouth"
texture. If your preference is otherwise, check the steps below for how to's.