Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma

Are you getting bored of the upma ? Does your kids and family doesn't want to see the upma for their breakfast?? Are they telling some excueses and skipping the breakfast when they see upma as the breakfast dish??? Try Rawa Kichadi which is nothing but the same upma with vegetables but it is much tastier and your family love this. Sicne it has more vegetables than the conventional upma it is good for health too..

Preparation Time10 mins
Cooking Time 20 mins

Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma
Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma

Rawa1 cup*
Water3.5 cups
Beans, Carrot (chopped)1 cup
Green Peas1/4 cup
Green Chilli (small)2
Salt1 teaspoon (for your taste)
Curry leavesfew
Coriander leavesfew
Turmeric powdera pinch

* 1 Cup Capacity = 250ml
For Seasoning
Mustard seeds1/2 teaspoon
Cooking oil1 table spoon
Channa Dhal1 teaspoon

Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma
Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma

  1. Finely chop the vegetables and keep it aside. Heat the pan and add the rawa and fry it till the raw smell goes off and take it separately. If you get the fried rawa in the market then you can skip this step. 

  2. In the pan, pour the oil and add the mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds begins to sputter add the channa dhal and green chillies and fry it till it becomes light brown color. Add curry leaves as well.

  3. Now add the chopped onions and fry till it becomes transparent. Add Tomatos and fry for about 2-3 minutes. Add all the chopped vegetables and fry for a minute. You can also optionally add 1 teaspoon of Ghee for better taste.Also add the salt and turmeric powder and mix them well. Keep in a medium flame for 5 minutes so that the vegetables are half-cooked

  4. Now add the roasted rawa/semolina and mix well with the vegetables. In a separate pan, add 3.5 cups of water(1 : 3.5 ratio) and heat it till the water starts to boil

  5. Keep the flame in low and add the boiled water to the rawa and vegetables and stir well to avoid lumps. Keep in low flame till the rawa and vegetables are cooked completely. After 5 minutes, when the rawa and vegetables are cooked completely, switch off the flame.

  6. Add the coriander leaves. The delicious Rawa Kichadi is ready to serve hot with Sambar/Chutney.
  7. Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma
    Rawa Kichadi / Vegetable Upma

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very nice! i will try today

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I'll try today....



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