Friday, August 7, 2009



1 cup Rava (Semolina)

3 cups Water

1/2 Tomato.

1 sChopped Onion,

piece of Ginger,

3 Curry leaves

Coriander leaves,

1 chopped Green Chilly,

1 Table Spoon Ghee,

3 Table Spoon Grated Coconut,

1/4 Table Spoon Mustard seeds,

Salt to taste,

2 Table Spoon Oil,


1.Add brava in a thick bottomed pan and fry it for around 3 to 4 minutes in medium flame till it gives nice aroma.
2.Add mustard seeds and oil in a thick bottomed pan. Once it starts spluttering, add curry leaves, green chilly, smashed ginger, onion and fry it for around 1-2 minutes.

3. Add 3 cups of water, salt and bring it to boil.

4.Add fried rava and stir the upma. Add grated coconut, ghee and mix well.

5.Add chopped coriander leaves and mix well. Keep in low flame for about 3 mins and keep stirring the Upma.

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We, Yashaswini and Jyothi who never entered kitchen and never knew how make a basic items to (not even coffee or Tea ;-)) before marraige now we are...well... say a good chef!!! We both were colleagues for one year at University of Mysore and our friendship still continues...even one is in US and other in Ireland.Far away...time difference...hmm..yet we both manage to chat and share recipes. And we both together thought of sharing to you all those recipes as many would be like us who didnt know cooking is so simple and easy!.And also we like to share some of the informaion we came to know while cooking say remedies,beautifying using our basic pantry.


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