Upma Recipe | Rava Upma | How to make Rava Upma recipe
Upma Recipe | Rava Upma | How to make Rava Upma recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Rava Upma is one the popular breakfast recipes from South India made with Rava/Semolina/Sooji. It is so quick and easy to prepare within 15 minutes. Serve it with coconut chutney/Sambar along with filter coffee for delicious morning breakfast.
There are many variations of making upma like tomato bath, masala bath, kichidi etc. I am sharing here the basic version where rava is dry roasted and cooked with onions and green chilli. Dry roasting the rava ahead saves you some more time. I always buy Naga’s double roasted rava and use it directly.
Monday again and theme for this week in Foodie Monday Blog hop group is #277OnePotWonder suggested by Archana who blogs at themadscientistkitchen. Check out interesting Vegan Jambalaya and other healthy and innovative recipes from her blog. My contribution to the theme is this simple and quick one pot rava upma.
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How to make Rava Upma with step by step pictures
Dry roast the rava till golden. Skip this step if you use roasted rava.
Heat oil and temper with mustard, urad dal, chana dal, cumin seeds, and curry leaves.
Once it splutters, add finely chopped onions and slit green chilli.
Saute nicely and add salt.
Then add the required water and allow it to boil.
Once it boils, add the roasted rava slowly and mixing continuously. keep the flame in low while doing this to avoid forming lumps.
Mix it continuously till all water is absorbed. Add ghee at this stage.
Give a quick stir and switch off the flame.
Piping hot rava upma is ready. Serve it with coconut chutney/sambar.
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