Broken wheat upma | Samba Godhumai ravai upma

   Broken wheat upma is a usual breakfast recipe, which i make for my in laws everyday. Since they both are diabetic, they prefer to eat this samab wheat upma for breakfast. They always prefer to have this upma with vegetables. When they came here to Singapore, i wanted to click the picture of this upma before serving them, but somehow I couldn’t make it. Yesterday I wanted to make something healthy for my dinner, i made this upma for me.



Samba Godhumai upma

  Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 15 Mins |Serves: 3-4

     Samba wheat | Daliya 1 cup
     Mixed veggies*  1/3 cup
     Onion  1
     Green chili 1-2
     Oil  2 tsp
     Water  3 cups
     Mustard seeds  1/4 tsp
     Urad dal  1/4 tsp
     Channa dal  1/4 tsp
     Salt  to taste
     Turmeric powder  2 pinches 
*I used carrot,beans and green peas.
 

     
     



Method with step wise pictures:
  • Chop the veggies and the onions finely.
  • Chop the green chillis.
  • In a pan, add oil and throw in the mustard seeds , and when it crackles add channa dal, urad dal, green chilli. 
  • Add the onions and saute till the onions becomes soft and turns pink.
  • Now add the veggies and saute for 2 minutes in a medium flame.
  • Add 3 cups of water to this and add salt to taste.
  • Boil the water till the veggies becomes soft, in a medium flame.
  • Now simmer the flame and slowly add the broken wheat and stir continuously without any lumps.
  • Cook till the upma becomes soft and the water gets completely absorbed.
  • Serve hot with any pickle.


Sending this upma to the event hosted by Nags and The Balance Mantra.
Note:
Finely chopped tomatoes can be added while sauting the onions.
A tblsp of grated ginger can also be added while tempering to enhance the flavor.


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36 comments:

  1. it looks delicious.. would love to try... healthy one
    Noel collections

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  2. I love this upma..samba rava has got it's own unique taste..and healthy too.

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  3. Delicious and healthy upma.....

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  4. delicious..What a healthy way to start the day!!

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  5. Healthy upma,its my dad's usual breakfast too.

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  6. extrememely healthy upma... looks yum too!

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  7. I like this and does in same way almost ...looks gud ..perhaps dinner for me ;)

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  8. wow healthy upma,made it perfectly...

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  9. nice and healthy way to start a day.....Halwa looks yummy

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  10. healthy one. I often do this

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  11. Delicious n filling for breakfast, looks comfort...

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  12. Looks yum
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  13. I have this in my drafts...looks delicious

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  14. healthy and delicious...

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  15. Hi Jeyashri,

    Very very healthy breakfast and

    it is one of the most suitable diet for sugar patients...

    Nice recipe...

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  16. It looks good. And healthy. And your wait produced a good picture!

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  17. A healthy dish.. :) Must try..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  18. Very healthy and tasty upma..

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  19. Love broken wheat upma... Nutritious!

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  20. Godhuma Rava upma is my all time favorite...looks perfect

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  21. I love upma with broken wheat more than the bombay rava one.. i add garlic and tomatoes too... so yummy.

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  22. such a healthy breakfast on weekend morning. looks delicious

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  23. I too make them often with lots of veggies!!! Looks yum!!!!

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  24. one of my go-to dishes for weeknight dinner. thanks for the entry! :)

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  25. when ever i feel eating full, i make this one and eat :) nice looking upma

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  26. Hi Jeyshree, dont you have to roast the broken wheat? i thought if you dont roast, it becomes sticky?

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  27. Hi Vidhya ,
    No need to roast the broken wheat. Normally we do for rava only. It won't be sticky

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    1. thanks jeyashri, i will try this recipe and give you my feedback

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  28. Is it possible to replace the samba wheat with barley? Would it cook the same way? Thanks.

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    1. I have never tried with barley. You can try with millets too

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  29. Superb recipe n a great website.... Kudos to jeyashri n God bless you for the millions u'r helping out

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  30. Lovely recepie easy understanding

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