Upma is a flavourful South Indian breakfast dish made from Rava or cream of wheat.
This traditional dish involves cooking roasted Rava in water that has been flavoured by ghee (or oil), cashews, urad dal (lentils), chana dal (husked chickpeas), onion, ginger and additional herbs and spices. The main ingredient in any upma recipe is Rava. Also called ‘suji‘ in Hindi and ‘cream of wheat’ or ‘semolina’ in English, it is simply granulated wheat.
This steaming hot breakfast dish can be made vegan by using oil instead of ghee. Full of warmth, flavour and deliciousness, this Upma tastes so good. So why not take a break from that boring oatmeal and try something new? GM Foods Vegetable Upma takes only 3 mins. to cook and has all the ingredients desired by you in our “Ready To Cook” Packet.
Upma is a traditional breakfast served in restaurants throughout South India, including Maharashtra. It is also a common breakfast prepared in South Indian homes. In fact, Upma was a regular breakfast or evening snack.