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White Rava - 1 cup
Green pepper - 1
Onion -1
Salt to taste.
Curry and coriander leaves.
Mustard , urat dal - 1/2 tsp
Mixed veggies of ur choice (beans/potato/carrot) --- 1 cup

1)Dry fry rava till the flavour spreads and keep aside.
2) Heat oil in a pan.Add mustard,urat dal,capsicum and curry leaves .
3) Then add chopped onion .Once onion becomes tender,add veggies .Sprinkle little water ,cook till tender.
4) Add sufficient water (depends ) with little salt .
5) When it starts boiling add roasted rava.Cover with a lid and cook till rava is well cooked .

Serve hot with Pickle/Chutney.Sending this to Divya's Show me your breakfast Event and Srilekha's Breakfast Series and AFAM- Bell Peppers hosted by Priya ,event started by Maheswari.


Preety said…
i made upma to have it with veggies..i like to add peanut in mine to give an extra crunch
Poornima Nair said…
One of my fav breakfasts...looks yumm.
Padma said…
Looks yummy ... and perfect entry for so many events :)
Dhanya Ganesh said…
One of my fav comforting food. Looks delicious:).
Manju said…
there was this one time where i would eat upma only if it has veggies in it. Not anymore, now i can eat the plain one happily :)
Srikitchen said…
wow! looks yum n delicious!
thanks for ur entry dear!
Uma said…
mmm. tempting upma!! looks so yummy Shama!! Is that avakaya on the side? Yum!!
Pooja said…
Lovely upma! Rava upma is my all time favourite :)
Gita Jaishankar said…
Nice pictures dear...upma looks delicious :)
Varsha Vipins said…
hey u doing?Thats some delicious comfy food u have here..:)
Kalai said…
I make it almost the same, but add some green chillies. Yours looks delicious! :)
kittymatti said…
wow1 I really miss this upma...I have no made it in a while since my husband oes not eat upma...nice to see yr pic, feeling good!
Unknown said…
Adding veges to upma makes more healthy looks so delicious.
Anonymous said…
We make this once in a week here.Best way to feed children..yours look delicious for sure !!
Raks said…
I love upma,even i can live with eating upma alone thro out my life time!! Looks tempting!!
Saritha said…
This is my dad's fav and great look :)
Parita said…
Perfect and healthy breakfast! I usually prepare this on lazy saturday morning :)
Sanghi said…
Mmm yummy yummmy dear..! My favt!
Vrinda said…
Yummy upma,my fav Bfast item...
Priyameena said…
Wow looks creamy...Its one of my quick fix dinner most of the time..
Srilakshmi said…
One of the easiest breakfast to make, looks lovely!
Hari Chandana P said…
Looks delicious and colorful.. My fav!! :)
Unknown said…
Thanks for sending in your lovely entry to "Show Me Your Breakfast event"

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Coriander seeds - 15 gms
Cumin seeds - 10 gms
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Dried and fried Garlic cloves - 10 nos
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