100% natural without additives
Contains dietary fibre
Suitable for vegetarian food
Samba rava is a coarsely ground wheat and is often used to make various South Indian dishes such as upma (a savory breakfast dish), kesari (a sweet dish) and various types of porridge.
It is prized for its nutty flavor and ability to absorb the flavors of spices and other ingredients in the dishes in which it is used. Additionally, it is considered a nutritious choice due to its high fiber content.
Nutritional value per 100 g
Energy value/Calories: 1436.1 kJ/343 kcal
Fat: 1.7 g
Of which saturated: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 72.3 g
Of which sugars: 0 g
Fiber: 8.9 g
Protein: 9.7 g
Salt: 0.07 g
Sodium: 28 mg
This product contains wheat.
This product is packaged and/or stored in a company that also processes products containing wheat, nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, shellfish, soy, sulfites, fish and molluscs. Despite all precautions, it is possible that this product contains traces of these allergens.
Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Once opened, transfer contents to an airtight container.
Here are some uses of Samba Rava:
- Upma: Upma is a popular breakfast dish in South India that is prepared by roasting Samba Rava in some oil or ghee and then cooking it with vegetables, herbs and spices. The result is a tasty, grainy dish that is often served with chutney or sambar.
- Khichdi: Samba Rava can be used as the main ingredient in khichdi, a healthy and nutritious dish prepared by cooking it with lentils, vegetables and spices.
- Soups and stews: Add Samba Rava to soups and stews to make them thicker and more filling. It also adds a pleasant texture to the dishes.
- Pulao: Use Samba Rava as a base for pulao, a dish similar to pilaf. You can sauté it with onions, garlic and spices before cooking it with vegetables and stock for a flavorful and nutritious meal.
- Side dish: Serve cooked Samba Rava as a side dish alongside curries, stews or grilled dishes. It can serve as an alternative to rice or bread.
- Desserts: Samba Rava can be used in the preparation of desserts like healthy pudding, halwa or kheer. Combine it with milk, sugar and flavorings of your choice for a tasty treat.
- Breakfast Cereal: Samba Rava can be cooked and served as a breakfast cereal, similar to oatmeal. Add some milk, honey, nuts or fresh fruit for extra flavor and nutrition.
- Bread and Pastries: Samba Rava can be added to bread dough or baking mixes for bread, muffins or cookies to add texture and nutrition.
- Filling: Use cooked Samba Rava as a filling for vegetables such as peppers, zucchini or eggplant. Mix it with spices and other ingredients of your choice before stuffing and frying the vegetables.