Puffed rice, also known as "muri" or "murmura," is a light and crispy cereal made from rice grains. It is created by heating rice kernels under high pressure until they expand and puff up. The result is a delicate and airy texture with a satisfying crunch. Puffed rice is commonly used in various culinary dishes, snacks, and even desserts. It's often seasoned with spices, salt, or sweeteners to enhance its flavor and enjoyed for its unique texture and versatility in different cuisines.