Karnataka style rave uppittu or rava upuma recipe explained with step by step pictures. rave uppittu or rava upma is a very popular, very common and very simple breakfast item from South India. And almost everybody knows how to make rava upuma or rave uppittu but this post is for people who are just learning cooking and we just wanted to have this popular recipe on our website.
In Karnataka it is popular by name uppittu or upuma and in Mangalore region it is popular by name sajjige uppittu. Rava is called as rave in kannada language. In Karnataka uppittu or upma is prepared using either fine rava or coarse rava or rice rava or vermicelli or rice. You can find vermicelli upma or shavige uppittu, Godi kadi uppittu or broken wheat upma, akki uppittu or rice upma and Navane uppittu or foxtail millet upma recipes on this website. Mixed vegetable upma is also very popular in Karnataka. I will post that recipe soon. I have also posted one simple no-onion uppittu recipe and one instant upma mix or uppittu ready mix recipe on this website. Kindly have a look.
Even though rava uppittu or rava upuma is extremely popular, there are people who loves this so much and there are some people who hates it as well. Anyway I like it very much. Since its very nutritious, if you like it or not dont forget to include in your diet. You can also try rave rotti or sajjige rotti.
This rave uppittu or rava upuma is served along with rava kesari bath in hotels and during some special events to make the breakfast rich.
Upma or uppittu recipe varies from region to region through out South India. The differences are in the colour and the quantity of water used. Follow this recipe to prepare tasty and full proof upma or uppittu.
Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 15 min
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