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A tasty breakfast with Vermicelli(Semiya) and vegetables
Published On: 28 Feb 2006
kannada: Shavige / Semia
hindi: Sevyaian / Semya / Sevai
Gujarati: Sev / Sevaian
Konkani: Sevai / Shavige / Sheyyo
Marathi: Shevaya / Sev
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
tamil: Mangal Mullangi/Carrot
telugu: Gajjara Gadda / Carrot
kannada: Gajjari/Gajjara Gadde
Bengali: Gujar / Gajor
Konkani: Carrot / Kaacreta
English: French Beans
telugu: French Chikkudu
kannada: French Beans / Huruli Kayi
hindi: Bakla / Pharasbeen / Sem
Konkani: Beans / Anne Saango
Oriya: French Beans
Punjabi: Fras Bean
Kashmiri: Fraa’Sh Bean
English: Green Peas
telugu: Pachabatthani / Bataneelu / Gundusanighelu
Gujarati: Vatana / Mutter
Konkani: Attano / Batani
Marathi: Vatana / Mattar / Watane
Oriya: Matara / Matar
Punjabi: Kabli Chole / Mattar
English: Red Chillies
tamil: Vatral Milagai / Kaindha Milagai /Sigappu Milagai
malayalam: Vattal Mulaku / Chuvanna Mulaku / Kollamulaku
telugu: Erra Mirapa Kayalu / Yendu Mirapakayalu
kannada: Molaku / Kempu Menasinakai / Ona Menasinakai
hindi: Lal Mirch
Bengali: Paka Lanka / Lal Mirch / Lankamorich
Gujarati: Lal Marcha
Konkani: Sukki Saangi /Suke Miriyasang
Marathi: Lal Mirchi / Mirchya
Oriya: Lanka / Nali Lankamaricha
Punjabi: Lal Mirch
Kashmiri: Marach Wangun
English: Mustard Seeds
kannada: Sasuve / Karisasive
hindi: Rai / Banarasi Rai / Sarson
Bengali: Sarsay / Shorshe / Rai
Oriya: Sorisa / Sarosha
Punjabi: Rai / Banarasi Rai / Kalee Sarson
Kashmiri: Aasur / Sorisa
Urudu: Rai, Banarasi Rai, Kalee Sarson
English: Black Gram
telugu: Minu Mulu / Manipa / Uddulu
hindi: Subat Urd / Urid
Bengali: Mashkolair Dal / Kaalo Dal / Mash / Kalai
Gujarati: Aalad / Udad
Konkani: Oodeedu / Urdachi / Udid
Marathi: Uddachi / Udid
Oriya: Biri (Gota) / Muga Dali
Punjabi: Mah-Di / Mash
English: Coconut oil
tamil: Thengaai ennai
telugu: Kobbari nune
kannada: Thengina Yenna
hindi: Nariyala tela
Bengali: Laban / Noone
Heat ghee in a big pan or a kadai.
Fry the semiya, till it becomes golden brown.
:- Otherwise, the upma will become sticky.
Remove the fried semiya onto a separate plate and allow it to cool.
Heat oil in the same pan.
Splutter mustard seeds and dry red chillies.
Add black gram and allow it to become brown.
Add the vegetables and fry for a few seconds.
Add salt and mix well.
Allow it to boil.
When the water boils, add the semiya and stir well.
Simmer the flame and allow the water to evaporate.
:- I find it more tasty with lesser amount of salt.
I tried this upma, it was so good felt like my mom prepared it for me...
Really gud recipe..easy to make n nutritious too...thanks for posting ..and waiting for more from ur side.
I thinks good comments should be on the taste the recipe gives and not on the grammer or presentation.I think the way it is written is readable and rest is on the reader how he/she is good at interpreting it.Prakriti the dish was good and thanks for the contribution.
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