Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Masala Upma

Upma is a simple and easy recipe. Many of u know variety of upma, my mom knows around 4 - 5 types of upmas with rice, wheat rice, rawa, semiya (vermicelli)  and even with rice flour. This idea of masala upma is given to me by my daughter, she is fond of masala, for her lunch box i prepared it and she liked it very much.This is specially for kids, so only i added vermicelli. I just want to share this recipe here. have a look.

Onion chopped 1/2 cup
Tomato chopped 1/2 cup
Vegetables like peas, potato and carrot (optional) chopped 1/2 cup
Semolina (rawa) 1/3cup
Roasted vermicelli 1/2cup
garam masala 1/2 tsp
salt to taste
curd 2 tsp
red chilli powder 1 1/2 tsp
ginger garlic paste to taste
Oil for seasoning
Ghee for coating
water as required

Take a non stick kadai dry roast rawa till golden brown and keep it aside, then add oil roast vermicelli if it is not roasted (ready made).
In the same kadai add onion and fry till golden brown, add garam masala,fry till u get the flavor add red chili powder ginger garlic paste.
Now add tomatoes and vegetable fry it till the oil leaves the mass add curd, salt and water. when the water starts boiling well add the rawa and vermicelli
mix well as u do for upma. when the final finish of upma is reached. add 2tsp of ghee, nicely coat it on top. garnish with coriander leaves and  serve hot.
Im sending this recipe to Srivalli's kids delight  guest hosted by Priya Mahadevan


Sunanda said...

Hi Divya,
visited your blog after a long time.It is very nice and masala upma looks extremely delicious...


Archana said...

Hi Divya,
I am sure my kids will love this more than the plain bland one I prepare. Thanks for sharing.

Shobana said...

Nice try Divya... Kids would defntly luv this!!

divya said...

Soooo delicious and simply superb upma..

Divya.M said...

thanks friends

Harika's Kitchen said...

never thought of adding semiya in rawa upma seems different lovely thank u divya for sharing.....

Torviewtoronto said...

first time here delicious upma
following you

Priya said...

Glad to see u back, after a long Divya..Masala upma looks very yummy and inviting..

Now Serving said...

Great entry Divya -could you please link this back to my page as well - thanks dear!

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