Sooji Recipes: Rava Payasam, Rava Garela – Tasty Dishes with Bombay Rava

Upma, Rava Laddu, Rava Kesari can be cooked with Bombay Rava. Along with these, Rava Payasam and Rava Gareli can also be cooked. Both of these are very easy to do. Once cooked and eaten, it makes you want to eat it again and again. Clay needs minappappu. But you can also cook gari like this without the dal. Four spoons
Panchadara – four spoons
Milk – two cups
Ghee – two spoons
Cardamom powder – one spoon
Almonds – four
Pistachios – four
Cashews – four

Preparation like this…
1. Put a pan on the stove and add a spoonful of ghee. 
2. Add almonds, pistachios, cashews, kiss miss and fry them and keep aside.
3. Put another spoon of ghee in the same pan. Add Bombay Rava to it and fry it. 
4. Add milk and sugar to it and mix well. Cook for five to six minutes. 
5. Add one spoon of cardamom powder and mix it. 
6. Switch off the flame and sprinkle the roasted nuts. That’s it, the tasty rava payasam is ready. 

………………………< br />Rava Garai
Bombay Rava – one cup
Onions – one
Yogurt – half a cup
Salt – to taste
Pepper powder – pinch
Grated coconut – quarter cup
Baking soda – pinch
Ginger powder – one spoon
Coriander powder – one spoon
br />Grind green chillies – a spoon

Prepare as follows
1. Add rava in a bowl and soak it in water. 
2. After soaking well, add onion slices, green chilli paste, curd, grated coconut, ginger paste, coriander paste and mix well. 
3. Add pepper powder and baking soda and keep it aside for a while.
4. You can add some rice flour if you want. becomes thicker. 
5. Put kalai on the stove and add oil. 
6. Apply the garella in oil. 
7. Hot Rava Gareli is ready. 

Bombay Rava is made from wheat. If wheat is milled into flour, it is Bombay flour. It is high in nutrients and low in calories. Bombay Rava is good for the nervous system. It is rich in zinc, phosphorus and magnesium. Eating Bombay Rava dishes keeps the muscles healthy. Calcium is also high in it. Since it is low in calories, it is good to eat it after cooking it. 

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