Vegetable rava Upma recipe or uppuma is made from Rava.
Rava is also known as cream of wheat or semolina. Upma is a
popular Indian breakfast dish originating in south India.
Though commonly known as 'Upma' in restaurant menus and Indian homes, this semolina dish is also known as 'Uppitu'(Kannada), 'Tikhat Sanja'(Marathi), 'Suji ka namkeen halwa'(Hindi) in indian languages.
It is a healthy breakfast or a filling snack. My family loves to eat
it at lunch or dinner too. It is a one dish meal with many vegetables
added to it.
It is a very nutritious dish because of the variety of vegetables added to it.
Onions, beans, carrots, peas, potatoes, tomatoes, capsicum etc. are generally added to this.
You many add only one or a combination of vegetables to it.
I have also made it by adding cabbage or cucumber or eggplant(brinjal) to it and it tastes good too.
You can add these other vegetables if you are fasting(Vrat - Upvas) and want to avoid using onions.
The image above is of vegetable upma with beans, carrots, peas which makes it colorful. I love it when the food is colorful. Don't you?
You can also make vegetable masala upma by adding a variety of vegetables and your favorite masala - spice mix.
Ingredients for vegetable upma to make 2-3 servings.
Cooking vegetable upma - uppitu Method
Keep upma covered for 4-5 minutes if you can wait.
It tastes good at room temperature too. Vegetable upma can be taken as a lunch to school or office.
In restaurants upma is served with coconut chutney, sambar etc.
I am sure you will enjoy this vegetable rava upma.
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