Upma is a ubiquitous South Indian dish known for its easiness to prepare with whatever vegetables available or even without any vegetables.
This yummy simple yet humble dish, serves as snack or meal replacement for anytime of the day. Upma comes from Uppu + Mavu means combination of salt with flour. As the name stands, all kinds rava / semolinas can be used to prepare this tasty dish, in few minutes.
In Karnataka restaurants serve upma(called Khara Bath) along with Kesarbath as “Chow-Chow bath”.
Try this upma alone or along with Kesari/Halwa(with Niragh Foods Kesaribath Mix).