Monday, November 02, 2009

Kodhumai/Wheat Rava/Cracked wheat Uppuma and Coriander-Peanut Chutney

This is a very simple and filling meal which makes its way in to my kichen atleast once a week. Usually I make this uppuma for dinner whenever I make sambhar for lunch, so that I need not put extra effort for making any chutneys.Sambhar and wheat rava uppuma are a classic combo. But yesterday for a change I made this coriander - peanut chutney to go with this delicious uppuma, which equally tasted good.
Change is always good right..

Wheat Rava Uppuma


Ingredients:
Wheat rava/cracked wheat - 2 cups
water - 4 cups
1 tsp mustard seeds
1tsp urad dhal
1 tsp channa dhal
1 tsp chopped ginger
2 green chillies, slit
1 medium onion chopped
few curry leaves
Method
Dry roast the Rava in a pan without oil i medium flame for atleast 10 mins
(Do not avoid this step , as it reduces the raw smell of the wheat a lot)
Heat a tblsp of oil in a non stick pan/kadai.
Add the tempering ingredients mustard, urad dhal, channa dhal and curry leaves when the oil is hot.
When the mustard pops add the onion , chillies and ginger, fry till onion turns translucent
Now add the water and salt to taste.Close with a lid and allow it to boil.
When the water is boiling, slowly add the wheat rava and stir well. Reduce the flame to medium , close with a tight lid and cook for 10 mins.
Stir well, reduce the flame to very low, close with a lid and cook for another 10 mins.
Coriander peanut chutney:


Ingredients:
1 bunch of coriander leaves
1 handful of mint leaves(optional)
1/2 cup of roasted peanuts
2 green chillies
1/2 tsp tamarind paste
1 garlic pod
Method:
Grind all the above ingredients with the required amount of salt
Make the tempering with mustard , urad dhal, curry leaves and pour over the chutney.
Stir well and serve.





9 comments:

Nithya said...

This is one kind of upma that I dont cry to eat.. :) Looks tempting :)

anunandu said...

Wow..looks good - this surely has a very comforting taste and I love your chutney to go with the upma.

kitchen queen said...

My favourite wheat rava upma which is regular in our house.It is also healthy and the coriander peanut chutney looks nice and they make a nice combo.

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Lovely upma and very very delicious chutney.

Malar Gandhi said...

I like godhumai ravai upma...nice chutney too...perfect combo

Gulmohar said...

This is my kind of comfort food...delicious upma :-)

my kitchen said...

Healthy upma,looks good,Do visit my blog when u find time

Sashank's food said...

Very intresting blog

Balaji said...

Healthy & delicious upma recipe, recently i tried this, nice combo.

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