100% natural without additives
Contains dietary fibre
Suitable for vegetarian food
Upma Rava is the basis for making a delicious breakfast based on coarse semolina (wheat). The dish upma originates from the Indian subcontinent and is most common for breakfast in South Indian Maharashtrian and Odia. The Upma Rava is cooked like a thick porridge and can be prepared with your favorite vegetables.
Nutritional value per 100 g
Energy value/Calories: 1465.4 kJ / 350 kcal
Fat: 5.3 g
Of which saturated: 1 g
Carbohydrates: 65.3 g
Of which sugars: 0 g
Fiber: 8.9 g
Protein: 10.2 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, sulphite, fish and molluscs. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.
Keep in a cool, dark and dry place. After opening, transfer the contents to an airtight container.
Upma Rava, also known as "semolina" or "suji" in various parts of India, is a versatile ingredient commonly used in Indian cuisine for preparing savory dishes. Here are some uses of Upma Rava:
- Upma: Upma is a popular South Indian breakfast dish made from roasted Upma Rava. It is prepared by roasting the 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.
- Kesari: Kesari, also known as Sooji Halwa, is a sweet dish prepared with roasted Upma Rava. It is cooked in sugar syrup and flavored with ghee, saffron, and nuts such as almonds or cashews.
- Dosa: In some South Indian dosa variations, Upma Rava is mixed with rice flour to make a crispy dosa. This gives the dosa a light texture and a nutty taste.
- Idli: Upma Rava can be added to the batter for idlis (steamed rice flour cakes) to achieve a lighter texture and a subtle nutty flavor.
- Pudding and porridge: You can also use Upma Rava to make pudding and porridge. Boil it with milk and sugar and add flavorings such as cardamom and raisins for a tasty dessert.
- Stuffing for paratha: Upma Rava can be used as a stuffing for parathas. Mix it with herbs and vegetables such as potatoes, peas and onions before folding it into the dough and frying it.
- Baking: Upma Rava can be used in baking such as bread, muffins or cookies to add texture and flavor. It imparts a light nutty flavor and crumbly texture to baked goods.
- Croutons: Toast roasted Upma Rava with some oil and spices to make homemade croutons for soups and salads.
- Veggie burger or meatball binder: Upma Rava can be used as a binder in veggie burgers, meatballs or other vegetarian dishes.
- Use as a breading agent: In some cases, Upma Rava is used as an alternative to breadcrumbs to bread meat, fish or vegetables before frying or frying.
Upma Rava is a versatile ingredient that can be used in both savory and sweet dishes, depending on your taste preferences and culinary creativity. It is also a good source of carbohydrates and dietary fiber.