Healthy Onion Rava Uthappam

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Introduction: Healthy Onion Rava Uthappam

Do you want a simple, healthy Onion Rava Uthappam. Here is a quick recipe to make tasty onion rava uthappam with other ingredients: Tomato, Green Chillies (according to spicy), Ginger, Coriander leaves, Salt, Slightly sour curd, Oil.

Tips: You can add Capsicum, Carrot also it will increase the taste.

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Step 1: Prepare Batter

Mix 1 cup rava , 1/4 sour curd, Salt in a Bowl. Mix it well gradually adding water until batter has slightly thicker than dosa batter. Keep it for 30 minutes. Aside cut the ingredients (onion, tomato, coriander leaves and green chillies).

Step 2: Mix the Ingredients

Mix the Ingredients in batter and check the consistency by adding some water.

Step 3: Heat the Non-Stick Tawa

Heat the non-stick tawa on medium heat, on medium hot reduce the flame. Add some drops of oil. Pour and Spread the batter in a circle or shapes as of our wish. Drizzle oil around the edges.

Step 4:

Cook until the color changes to brown and flip it to cook the another side.

Step 5: Serve Hot Onion Rava Uthappam

Now our onion rava uthappam is ready and Serve it with chutney or ketchup. you will love the spicy taste.

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    5 Discussions

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    jcfriesen
    jcfriesen

    3 years ago

    Did I miss it? What is Rava?

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    Mahileo
    Mahileo

    Reply 3 years ago

    Sry for late reply.Rava, also Suji, an Indian term for semolina; used in making Bombay rava, Rava dosa, etc.

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    Monisha Dhanaraj
    Monisha Dhanaraj

    Reply 3 years ago

    Rava is a wheat product and a form of semolina (coarse, purified wheat middlings). Rava is made by grinding husked wheat and is used in South Indian cuisine.

    You can get it from Indian grocery shops

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    Mahileo
    Mahileo

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you....