From Suji Cutlet To Dhokla: 5 Breakfast Recipes To Make With Suji Or Rava
- Sushmita Sengupta
Updated : January 20, 2022 05:01 IST
Call is suji, semolina or rava, but this superfood is a hit on Indian breakfast table, these recipes are proof.
As you grow old you realise that a more challenging feat than waking up early in the morning is to decide for to have for breakfast. Suddenly your kitchen starts seeming too small, your mind is always running out of ideas. However, if you have some semolina by your bay, you can more than salvage the situation. Semolina also known as suji or rava in India is remarkably popular in the subcontinent for its crisp, nutty flavour and versatility. It is particularly a hit on Indian breakfast table, these recipes are proof:
Yummy Breakfast Recipes To Make With Suji Or Rava
1. Rava Idli
A south Indian staple breakfast, Idli is a mini, steamed rice cake which is usually served with the side of chutney or a sambhar, a kind of a lentil stew. While idli is considered pretty healthy, given it is steamed and not fried, you can give it an even healthier touch by replacing the rice batter with that of rawa and veggies. Here's the recipe.
2. Suji Bread Toast
Call it a veg version of French toast or whatever, but this is one of the simplest and yummiest ways to spruce up your morning toast. Take some brown bread dunk them in a smooth batter made of semolina, kasuri methi, red chilli powder, turmeric and salt. Toast them on pan or grill. Serve hot. Here's the recipe.
3. Suji Rice Cutlet
Crispy and ever-so-delightful cutlets can cheer anyone up, be it a teen or a toddler. While the rice flour adds this inimitable crisp to these cutlets, suji helps bring out the flavour of the cutlet that also combines a delish mix of spices. Here's the recipe.
4. Rawa Upma
Upma is a classic South Indian breakfast dish usually made with rice batter. However, a healthier version of this porridge-like dish also exists in rava upma. The filling breakfast also comprises goodness of lentils, green chillies, mustard seeds and curry leaves. Here's the recipe.
5. Suji Dhokla
The iconic Gujarati snack gets a light and healthy spin. Here, the traditional besan batter gets replaced with a n equally yummy semolina batter. Steamed to perfection, make sure you serve it hot with mint chutney. Here's the recipe.
Try these recipes and do let us know which one you liked the best.