A simple and healthy break fast for malayalees

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A simple and healthy break fast for malayalees

Category : Vegetarian, Breakfast

By anna mathew

Published On: 13 Nov 2006

Rating: 3
18 Votes, 4 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 3
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Step 1

Chop onion, chillies and ginger.

Step 2

Take a vessel or pan and heat rawa, till it becomes golden brown.

Step 3

Heat oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 4

Splutter mustard seeds.

Step 5

Add onion, green chillies, ginger, curry leaves, black gram and saute for 5 mins.

Step 6

Add 5 glasses of water into this along with turmeric powder and salt.

Step 7

Let the water boil.

Step 8

When it boils, add rava into it and stir it continously for 3 mins.

Step 9

:- Do not make it dry, add boiled water if you want to make it loose..
its more tasty when its not dry...

Step 10

:- Serve hot.

Step 11

:- Rava is available in two types. One is made of rice and another is with wheat... those who are under diet may choose wheat rawa (soogi gothambu rawa), Avoid cashews and too much of oil for cholestrol and dibateic patients.


Il try to have an experement with this


Give me the correct preposition of water and Rava


The last sentence, is wrong. Cashews improve HDL or good cholesterol. Heated oils are a higher risk.


measurements are wrong....5 glass of water with 2 glass of rava won`t work...but otherwise good...

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