Ragi Vermicelli Upma | Ragi Semiya Upma | Sevai Upma Recipe

August 24, 2018


Ragi Vermicelli Upma | Ragi Semiya Upma | Sevai Upma Recipe

Ragi Vermicelli Upma - Ragi Semiya seasoned and cooked with vegetables and grated coconut makes up a great breakfast.



Eating ragi regularly is a healthy eating habit which promotes natural weight loss. Its a good gluten vegan source of protein and calcium. And has least content of fat. As ragi is easy to digest, it is also given as baby food.

This is a simple, easy recipe which can be made in a jiffy, with few variations. You can prepare this by just adding some seasoning or  by adding coconut or even few vegetables cooked with it tastes great.

Now let's see how to make Ragi Semiya or Ragi vermicelli upma with step by step photos.

  1. Soak a packed of ragi vermicelli in enough water along with some salt mixed in. Let this sit for about 5 minutes.   

  2. Filter the water and steam it for about 5 minutes.
  3. In a separate pan, heat oil. Splutter mustard seeds, curry leaves, black gram, green chillies and chopped onion. Saute for 2 minutes.  

  4. Add the steamed ragi semiya to the pan. Add salt and mix well. Cook it for another 5 minutes. Add grated fresh coconut and turn off the flame.
Ragi Vermicelli Upma | Ragi Semiya Upma | Sevai Upma Recipe

Happy Cooking!


Ragi Vermicelli Upma | Ragi Semiya Upma | Sevai Upma Recipe
 CourseBreakfasts
 CuisineIndian
 Keywordcoconuteasykids friendlysnackupma
 Prep Time5 minutes
 Cook Time15 minutes
 Servings
 people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Soak a packed of ragi vermicelli in enough water along with some salt mixed in. Let this sit for about 5 minutes.   
  2. Add the steamed ragi semiya to the pan. Add salt and mix well. Cook it for another 5 minutes. Add grated fresh coconut and turn off the flame.
  3. Filter the water and steam it for about 5 minutes. In a separate pan, heat oil. Splutter mustard seeds, curry leaves, black gram, green chillies and chopped onion. Saute for 2 minutes.  
  4. Add the steamed ragi semiya to the pan. Add salt and mix well. Cook it for another 5 minutes. Add grated fresh coconut and turn off the flame.



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