Broken wheat upma with veggies & peanut chutney


- Godhuma Rava (Broken wheat/ Dalia) 1 cup
- Onion 1 small, chopped fine
- Mixed veggies 1 cup
- Tomato 1, chopped
- Chili powder ½ tea spoon
- Lemon juice 1 table spoon
- Salt to taste

For Tadka:
- Mustard seeds ½ tea spoon
- Cumin seeds ½ tea spoon
- Curry leaves 6

1) Peanut Chutney:
- Peanuts 1 cup
- Dhalia (Putnala pappu) ? ¼ cup
- Grated coconut ¼ cup
- Tamarind paste 1 table spoon
- Garlic cloves 2
- Green chilies 2
- Coriander leaves ¼ cup

For tadka:
- Mustard seeds ½ tea spoon
- Cumin seeds ½ tea spoon
- Dry Red chili 1
- Curry leaves 6-8


Step 1

Heat 1 table spoon oil in a sauce pan; add the tadka ingredients and after the seeds pop add the chopped onion and sauté till translucent.

Step 2

Then add mixed veggies (thawed if frozen) and tomato; cover and cook till veggies are cooked and tomato is mushy. Season with salt and chili powder.

Step 3

Add rava and sauté for couple of minutes. To this add 2½ cups of water; bring the mixture to a boil on medium-high heat. Turn the flame to low; cover and simmer till all the liquid is absorbed and the rawa is completely cooked.

Step 4

Stir in lemon juice and enjoy with either peanut chutney or raitha or any pickle.

Step 5

1) Peanut Chutney:
Grind all the ingredients from Peanuts to Coriander with salt and ½ - 1 cup water into a smooth paste. Remove into a bowl.

Step 6

Heat 1tsp oil in a small saucepan; add the tadka ingredients and once the seeds start spluttering add to the chutney; mix and serve.

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