Roast 1 cup Rava (semolina) till golden brown and keep aside.
Ensure that the flame is low while doing it as Rava turns brown quickly..
Take a Pan and heat it.
Add 2 Tablespoon Oil.
Add Mustard seeds (1 Teaspoon) and Udad Dal (black Lentil) split ones (1 Tablespoon)
Once they splutter add Curry leaves (10-12) and Green chili (3-4 with single slit) and stir for 30 secs.
Add 1 big onion cut in small pieces and fry till Translucent.
Add 2 cup water once the onion bits are done.
Bring to boil.
Add one medium Tomato cut in small pieces. Stir.
Add salt and lemon as per taste.
Add the roasted Rava and keep stirring for 30-60 seconds.
A thick paste will be formed.
Put off the flame and garnish with fresh coriander and Grated coconut.
You can add some twist by adding a few green peas boiled in salt water.
One can also add finely chopped potato.
You can add very fine chopped and half cooked carrot (just a little bit)
Serve hot along with a cutting chai (Tea).. 🙂
When you use red chili powder instead of the fresh Green chili and a thinner version of the Rava its called “Uppit” in Kolhapur, Sangli areas of Maharashtra.
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