Monday, July 27, 2009

Rava Vangibath

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Rava vangibath is not as popular as our regular Vangibath(made with rice) though it is one of those traditional dishes of karnataka which is quite common among few kanndiga homes.This is very easy to prepare and is equally tastier like vangibath.Basically we can consider this as a cross between our regular upma and vangibath which is quite uncommon combination.Try it out to feel the new taste of it.

Ingredients:

1 Cup Bansi rava(Kesar rava)
4-5 baby eggplants,sliced lengthwise
1 big onion sliced and halved
2 tbsp vangibath powder
8-10 cashewnuts,chopped(optional)
2-3 tbsp chopped coriander
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp urad dal
1 tbsp chana dal
8-10 curry leaves
a pinch of haldi
a pinch of sugar
juice of 1 lemon
salt to taste
2 tbsp Oil


Method:
  • Dry roast rava until it turns slight brown and nice aroma starts from it.
  • Heat oil in a kadai crackle mustard seeds and fry chana dal,urad dal,curry leaves until brown.
  • Add sliced onions and fry with a pinch of sugar until it turns pink.Now add sliced brinjal pieces and fry again until the brinjal pieces are soft.
  • Add haldi and vangibath powder mix well.Add water in the ratio of 1:3 (1-rava:3-water) and cover it with lid and let it boil completely.
  • Add enough salt according to your taste and mix well.
  • Add rava to it and stir continuously and cover it and let it simmer for 4-5 mins until the rava is cooked completely.
  • Fry cashewnuts in ghee in a separate pan and add to this mixture and give a good mix.(I did not add use here,but adding of fried cashewnuts gives a special taste to this).
  • Add chopped coriander and lemon juice and give a nice stir.
Serve it hot with raitha and chips/sev.
I served it with simple onion raitha and Garlic sev which I brought back from my last trip.

Note:
You can add a spoon of ghee at the end to give a special flavor to it.

I am sending this recipe to the FIL3-purplish brinjal event hosted by Sanghi of sanghi-tastybites blog.

And also I am sending my VANGIBATH and BAGARA BAINGAN recipes for the same event.


48 comments:

rekhas kitchen said...

wow very very new to me sounds healthy too your pic.s makes me drooling superb yum.

Roma said...

wow! Thats another great breakfast option.

Kitchen Flavours said...

New to me....looks....delectable and yum....oh vngi bath and bagara baigan look yummy.....

Faiza Ali said...

Wow ! looks delicious. Should try this combination for a change. And Nice presentation dear :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I love both rawa and vangibath!! And if this is a combination of both,double dhamakha for me :) Sounds awesome and indeed an uncommon recipe Prathy:)

Sunanda said...

wow looks very tempting.. Nice presentation...

LG said...

Good One! This is one of my sister's fav breakfast. Nice presentation

jayasree said...

Hey, never heard of vangibath with rava. Its interesting. Shall try this sometime.

Sushma Mallya said...

never knew even vangibath could be made of rava...thanks for sharing the recipe....

Hari Chandana said...

First time vintunnaa... looks yummmm n perfect... awesome job dear!!

Padma said...

Nice presentation Prathibha... looks very tempting :)

Smitha said...

Never heard of this dish prathy. Looks very good. I wish, there was some technology where we can taste the food from the pics on the computer itself.

ARUNA said...

very nice n tempting dish Prathibha!!!

Parita said...

Oh wow this is something new, love your presentation my dear!

Rush said...

this recipe is totally new to me pratibha...will try making it soon

Srilakshmi said...

Interesting dish and lovely presentation! I can have Brinjal even in Maggi, so will def try this :-D

Pavithra said...

Looks so good and yummy prathy.. wish to taste it too and will try it out soon. i have nominated you for Kreativ Blogger award, pls visit me blog and accept it :)

Ramya said...

Innovative dish prathibha!!All u'r entries look delish!!

doggybloggy said...

looks very healthy and delicious - I can wait to see what fantastic things you have to show...

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks lovely, very delicious.

Ashwini said...

very nice recipe.. never tried it..

kittymatti said...

looks very nice and delicious!

Pooja said...

Wow this is a new dish for me! Sounds great and looks so yummy!

KavyaNaimish said...

Simple n Yummyyyy Different 4m regular Upma.....well presented

Hema said...

Rava Vangibath is totally new to me. Another recipe with sooji. But do we get ready made Vangibath pwd?? I never seen one in the indian stores near my house..

Simran said...

I don't really like brinjals but this one seems worth a try. Oh! and I adore the way you have served raita. Very pretty.

Bhawna said...

Hi Prathibha, nice presentation good recipe. Thanks for the package.

Shri said...

Looks delicious!I have only tried making Vangi Baath with ready made masala!Will try yours!

aquadaze said...

love vangibath, never knew it could be made with rava!love your presentation

lata raja said...

Very nice recipe there Prathibha. And since I read on Pavithra's blog about the award, I'd like to congratulate you on that account.

Valarmathi said...

Looks so yummy. Lovely presentation.

Gita said...

Wow vangibath with rava...thats very interesting...sounds like a yummy dinner :)

EC said...

Never heard of this dish..Like u said probably it is being made in very few households..Looks yumm

Mangala Bhat said...

Sounds interesting ..:) want to try this soon

munchcrunchandsuch said...

Prathy
check out my blog for ur kreativ award. do accept it

http://munchcrunchandsuch.wordpress.com/2009/07/28/tomato-kuruma/

Preety said...

it souds like upma, is it another name of that..love the pic and presentation

Sanghi said...

yummy delight.. thanks for the entries..! Am xending the deadline to 31st.. so do send more..!

Sush said...

can you parcel one plate for me plz. :D
BTW, your blog takes a long time to open Prathibha. I faced the same problem yesterday too.

Varunavi said...

This is new to me ,never heard of kesar rava

Rekha shoban said...

Thank for visiting my blog..u have lot of new and nice recipes.will visit often:-)

littletastebuds said...

Sounds interesting!!looks so delicious and mouth-watering.

DEESHA said...

I too love rava vangi bath .. makes such a good breakfast

Red Chillies said...

We love this uppittu at home. Looks good Pratibha. I make this at home with brinjal and avarekaayi.

Nithya Praveen said...

Wow this is totally new to me.I have had Vangi bhath but not Rava Vangibhath....yummy.Bookmarked!

EC said...

I have an award for u here http://simpleindianfood-blogroll.blogspot.com/2009/07/kreativ-blogger-award.html...enjoy

Prathibha said...

Thanks a lot gals for your lovely words..

v.kuwait said...

I tried this recipe. It came out really nice. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

Sowmya Naidu said...

Never heard of rava vangibath. Taste was good.. thanks for the recipe..

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