South Indian Breakfast: Rava or sooji, the superfood is used to make a variety of South Indian delicacies and often considered a healthier variety compared to traditional rice batter.
Namkeen Sooji Recipe: The only thing one needs to keep in mind while cooking namkeen sooji is to add the right amount of water to make it moist and fluffy (not lumpy as upma).
This recipe video shows how to make delectable fish fry snack with surmai fish. It is called surmai rava fish fry as it contains the goodness of rava flour (semolina) as well.
Khara bath is a popular meal in Karnataka and is usually served with kesari bhat (sweet upma) as a complete meal. Make this South Indian delicacy at home with this easy recipe.
Teej sweet recipe: Make sooji milk cake without mawa, malai and milk for the festival. Watch the recipe video to make this festive-special mithai in minutes.
Sooji ka halwa is traditionally made with loads of ghee, elaichi, dry fruits and sugar. Other than its rich taste, sooji is known to have high nutritional value.