2011 m. balandžio 14 d., ketvirtadienis

Upma (Semolina with vegetables)/ Manų košė su daržovėmis

Upma yra pusryčių patiekalas populiarus Pietų Indijoje. Dažniausiai jis gaminamas iš manų kruopų, bet taip gali būti naudojami ir makaronai. Aš visada darydavau ir valgydavau tik saldžią manų košę, todėl buvo tikrai įdomu pabandyti kažką tokio neįprasto. Tikriausiai dėl įpratimo man vis dėl to skanesnė saldi manų košė. O mano vyrui priešingai-skaniau aštroka upma su darovėmis.



Gaminimo laikas: apie 15 min.

Porcijos:
3-4

Produktai:


1 stiklinė manų
1 a.š. imbiero pastos
1 nedidelis svogūnas (smulkiai pjaustytas)
1-2 žalieji čili ( smulkiai pjaustyti)
1 stiklinė įvairių šaldytų daržovių
0,5 a.š. garstyčių sėklų
0,5 a.š. ciberžolės miltelių
1 a.š. maltos kalendros
Druskos pagal skonį
Sviesto arba aliejaus kepimui

Gaminimo procesas:


Šaldytas daržoves išvirti vandenyje su nedideliu kiekiu druskos.

Keptuvėje arba puode storu dugnu svieste pakepinti manų kruopas nuolat maišant, kol jos taps šviesiai rusvos spalvos.

Įkaitinti puode aliejų, sudėti garstyčių sėklas ir palaukti kol jos prdės sproginėti. Tada sudėti svogūnus, žaliuosius čili, imbiero pastą. Viską pakepti, kol svogūnas taps permatomas.

Sudėti virtas daržoves, ciberžolę, maltą kalendrą ir druskos. Įpilti 3 stiklines vandens, palaukti kol viskas užvirs. Tada sumažinti ugnį ir atsargiai, nuolat maišant po truputį supilti manų kruopas. Viską pavirti kol košė patirštės ir nuimti nuo ugnies. Prieš patiekiant galima papuošti anakardžių riešutais, kapotais kalendros lapais.


Upma is a popular breakfast dish in South India. Usually it is made with semolina, but vermicelli can be used too. I always make and like sweet semolina porridge, so it was really interesting to try something unusual. Maybe because I am used to sweet semolina I like it more. And my husband is used and prefers spicy upma with vegetables.

Cooking time: 15 minutes.

Servings: 3-4

Products:

1 cup semolina
1 tsp ginger paste
1 small onion (finely chopped)
1-2 green chillies (chopped)
1 cup various frozen vegetable
0.5 tsp mustard seed
0.5 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp ground coriander
Salt to taste
Butter/ oil for frying

Method:

Boil frozen vegetables with little bit of salt.

In a skillet or heavy bottomed pan melt some butter and fry semolina stirring frequently, until it become light brown in color.

Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and wait until they start to splutter. Then add onion, green chillies, ginger paste. Fry until the onion becomes translucent.

Add cooked vegetables, turmeric powder, coriander powder and salt. Add 3 cups of water, bring it to the boil and then reduce the heat. Then carefully, stirring continuously add semolina. Cook stirring until it becomes thicker and remove from the heat. Before serving you can decorate it with cashews, chopped coriander leaves.

25 komentarai:

  1. Simple but interesting recipe, Medeja! The cashews on it made the dish so appealing to me! Hope to try this one of these days!

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  2. Lovely recipe..Please visit my blog for some awards.
    Bhalo Khabo

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  3. I'm making upuma tonight. I add cabbage and tomato as well. and ratio of water is 1:1, coz my H likes it dry. We have it with fried egg plant. You should try this. I'm sure you'll like it.

    http://amisvegetariandelicacies.blogspot.com/2011/04/my-favorite-fried-eggplant-recipe.html

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  4. Mmmm I never had this but it looks delicious! I enjoy reading your blog so much that I am giving you an award. You can retrieve it here: http://www.manusmenu.com/tuna-dip-antipasto-di-tonno

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  5. Tina, it is interesting recipe :) I like those cashews, they didnt just look nice, but tasted good with semolina too :D

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  6. Ami, thanks for you eggplant recipe :) Im sure that together they taste even better :)

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  7. Manu, it is really interesting and unusual recipe :)
    Thank you so much for the award :) It means a lot to me

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  8. I've never made upma before and I have some rice vermicelli that I was wondering what to make with. This looks perfect so thanks!!:D

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  9. i had upma for the first time when i went to india and i swear it was love at first bite! i have tried making it in the past but mine just never turns out like my husband's so i have given up but thankfully, anytime i have upma cravings, he makes i :P

    have you tried it with sambar and cocounut chutney?! it is to dieeee for!

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  10. A spicy porridge sounds great! I like the cashews on top too.

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  11. ha upma...our regular breakfact platter...my dad's fave and my husband's enemy!!

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  12. I've never tried Upma before, it sounds delightful.

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  13. This is very light brekfast dish. i love it and u make so perfectly medeja.

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  14. I adore South Indian fare - never had this before... I love the yellow... what a way to wake up to spring :)

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  15. I love the flavors in this dish and your recipes are always so healthy!

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  16. I am always curious of Semolina.I am trying to lose weight and This is a healthy option.Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Hi Medeja! It has been two weeks since your last post. Hope all is well with you ...:-*

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  18. So pretty, my friend! You always have something wonderful happening here...and I appreciate some healthy options :)

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  19. Hi Medeja, Are you having a blogging break? Just a bit worried you normally post every day, it's been a long time. No pressure though!! :D

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  20. looks like something's up with you? do write in.

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