Friday, June 5

Vegetable Upma


Ingredients

rava- 2 cups
onion- 1 chopped finely
tomato- 1 chopped finely
green chillies-2 slitted
ginger- 1 small piece chopped finely
carrot-1 chopped finely
beans- 6-8 chopped finely
peas- 1/2 cup
capsicum-1/4 chopped finely
potato-1 chopped finely
cooked channa- 1/4 cup
turmeric powder- 1/4 tsp or less
chilli powder- 1/4 tsp or acc to taste
garam masala powder- 1/4 tsp
coriander leaves- a few chopped finely
salt to taste
Seasonings

oil- 2 to 3 tbsp
mustard seeds- 1/4 tsp
split urad dal- 1/4 tsp
channa dal- 1/2 tsp
cashews halved- 5
asafoetida- little
curry leaves- a few

Method

Dry roast the rava in a heavy bottomed pan for a couple of minutes till the raw smell disappears.
Transfer the rava in a different plate and keep aside.
Heat oil in the same pan and add mustard seeds, cashews, channa dal, urad dal, curry leaves and asafoetida one by one.
When the cashews turn golden brown , add the chopped onions, green chillies and ginger. Then add the chopped tomatoes, fry for some time and then add all the chopped veggies .
Saute for sometime and add salt, turmeric, chilli , garam masala powders and 1/2 cup of water to it.
Simmer the flame and close the pan with a lid .When all the veggies are cooked, add 2 cups of water and the roasted rava (1:1 ratio). Mix well and close with the lid for a minute. Upma is ready now... serve hot with chutney or pickle.

22 comments:

Parita said...

I too make vegetable upma but without potato :) yours looks perfect :)

Vinod Kumar said...

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Pooja said...

Looks yummy..

Kalai said...

I make vegetable upma, too. Yours looks great, Prema! :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks very nice prema!Its so fluffy,i too like it in the same way than gooey ones!

Happy cook said...

Looks really yummy and love the way you plated them up.

Hema said...

Good to see you after a long break Prema... the upma looks good.. and your presentation, perfect as always.. :))

Divya Vikram said...

Sounds like a great healthy breakfast! You could send this to Show me your breakfast event being hosted in my blog!

Nithya Praveen said...

First time here..u have a nice blog.Like the potato in it...i dont add that actually.Thanks for sharing!

Trendsetters said...

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Sana said...

I must confess i m a very big fan of your blog

Hema said...

Thanks for visiting my blog prema. That was a valuable tip for freshers like me in the kitchen!!

Shveta said...

Yummy recipes. Good work!
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shveta

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow Prema lovely presentation and I love upma so much... with all the veggies this would be a prize winner!!!

India Bite said...

Vegetables are an integral part of our food and we consume them in a number of ways. For pure vegetarians India is a heaven. India can boast for its innumerable varieties of tasty and nutritious vegetarian dishes. In India, more people are vegetarians than anywhere else in this planet. Some of the famous indian recipes are Navratan Korma and Shahi Paneer.

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Andhratreat said...

nice recipe...i will do upma with out chilli powder and garam masala powder...some thing special will try this...interesting

AMIT said...

I love this.Thanks for sharing.

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diya r said...

love the recipe ..how do you make the upma so fluffy and non sticky..can you give me some tips

momsnetwork said...

Looks delicious! Simple and easy to make!

Drug1234 said...
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Drug1234 said...

hi,
I like very much lite dishes, upma is also lite for health
and the dish is easy to make which is given by you...
thanks
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Jen said...

Hiya, Sorry is rava / sooji means semolina? We have only 2 kinds - fine and coarse one.. which one do you use for your recepies .. thanks so much.