Upma can be made using Bansi Rava or Normal Rava and it is a very common breakfast in South India. Both tastes good and my husband loves if it is served as a ‘Chow Chow bhath’ with kesari bhath as served in Hotels of karnataka. It is easier to make, and tastes good if its made with vegetables.
Bansi Rava – 1 cup
Water – 2 to 3 cups
Oil -> 5-6 tspns
Mustard -> 1 spn
Jeera -> 1 spn
Channa dal, urad dal – 1 spn to 2 spns each
Green chillies – 5 to 6 based on spice levels
byadgi chilli – 1 or 2 slit
Coriander leaves – 1/4 cup
curry leaves – 1 spring
Ginger – 1 small piece chopped finely or ginger paste
Onions -1 big or 2 small chopped well
Tomatoes – 1 big or 2 small chopped well
 Dry roast or can add little oil and fry Bansi Rava until golden color or light brown. Keep aside to cool.
 Keep a pan on the stove and head oil, add add mustard, jeera, kadale bele or channa dal, Uddina bele or urad dal, Green chillies, coriander leaves, curry leaves, onion, capsicum, tomato, fry well.
 Add water and once it starts boiling, add the roasted rawa and stir well.. Put a lid and await for 5 mins.
see if it is properly boiled and serve.
 We can add boiled vegetables like finely chopped beans, carrots, potatoes, green peas while water is getting boiled in 3rd step above
 or while frying add capsicum pieces and fry well.