Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Rava / Sooji Kichadi



Ingredients:

Rava - 1cup

Onion - 3no(chopped)

Tomato - 1no(chopped)

Carrot - 1/4cup(cut into cubes)

Beans - 1/4cup(cut into cubes)

Green chilly - 2nos

Ginger & garlic paste-1/4tsp

cloves- 2nos

Cinamon -small piece

Tumeric powder - 1/2tsp

Bay leaves - 1no

Oil - 1tsp

Ghee - 1tsp

Mustard seeds - 1 tsp

Curry & coriander leaves - few



Preparation:

1)Dry roast the rava for 5mins and set aside

2)In a kadai, add mustard seeds after splutters, add onion, green chilly and ginger n garlic paste saute them till raw smell goes, then add cloves, bayleaves and cinamon saute till nice aroma starts

3)Add vegetables and salt, cover and cook till it turns tender

4)Then add tomato and saute for 4-5mins and add 2cups of water and  bring to boil

5)Slowly add the rava to the boiling water and mix them well, then cover and cook till the water absorbs.

6)Finally add ghee, curry n corainder leaves.

Hot Rava Kichadi is ready to serve. u can have it with curd or onion raita.





24 comments:

srividhya Ravikumar said...

yummy and colourful kitchadi Rekha...

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I love kichdi,but never tried with these spices,lively click! Looks so colourful!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Easy yummy khichadi...

Kamini Mani said...

Pic looks good....will try this recipe durin weekend...

Paaka Shaale said...

I just love khichdi. I can eat that in any form. I loved that cute elephant Rekha :)

Sharmilee! :) said...

My fav anytime...looks very comforting

Saraswathi Iyer said...

Looks delicious and nice click.

Nithya said...

Looks delicious :) I never upma but kichadi is acceptable to me and yours looks tempting :)

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Rava Khichdi looks to be deliciously prepared and healthy. Great snaps.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Nitha said...

Healthy delicious and colourful..

Parita said...

This would be a must for me during morning time when I am short of breakfast idea! Love it!
How are you doing? Apologize havent visited your blog since long time..hope things are great at your end :)

Rekha shoban said...

thank u friends!

jeyashrisuresh said...

love to have this with a cup of hot coffee. perfectly made and neat presentation. love the cute elephant candle holder, even i have the same bought in phuket

Priti said...

Looks so gud Rekha ..I do same but don't add much of spices ....loved your version and nice clicks

Ramya said...

U know rekha.back home i hated upma/kichadi..but once i moved here ..i started to like it ..coz its soo simple n quick:-)And now i am loving this one..Loved the spices u added ..must b great with Raita:-)

priya said...

yummy rekha...bookmarked it..thx for this recipe da

BeenaShylesh said...

i love that elephant bowel....super...recipe looks like uppumavu...adipolli

thekitchenaffaire said...

This is an entirely new recipe to me. I have to try this out. Looks yummy :) Love the pictures.

Now Serving said...

My fav kind of kichdi - looks uber tempting :)

Luv'n Spoonfuls said...

Now I have another ingredient that I need to find at my favorite Indian food store...rava! This is a new ingredient for me, but I will certainly enjoy using it in your tasty recipe. Can't wait to give it a try...the spices sound so yummy! Go veggies!

Plateful said...

That's one of the quickest & easiest breakfast dishes & you've made it so colorful--yummy!

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Yum, love this twist of khichdi :)

spontaneous-euphoria said...

delicious. wonderful clicks

Yummy Team said...

Nice recipe..Looks delicious!

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