Tomato Bath

Tomato Bath

Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 5

Cook Time : 15

Total Time : 20


Serves 4

  • 1 cup bombay ravva

  • 2and half cups water

  • 2 tomatoes roughly chopped

  • 2 potatoes roughly chopped

  • 1 stem curry leaves

  • 1 tablespoon seasoning(mustard, jeera, uraddal)

  • 3 green chilly finely chopped

  • 5 tablespoon oil

  • 1 teaspoon salt

  • 1 small lemon


  • 01

    In a vok/hollow pan add oil for upma or tomato bath we require more oil

  • 02

    After oil is hot add seasoning and green chilly after they start spluttering add curry leaves and ravva

  • 03

    Sait them till ravva changes it colour, it turns slightly white this is the sign that ravva is well fried

  • 04

    Meanwhile that is till ravva is frying in other vessel add 2 and half cups water( for 1 cup ravva use 2 1/2 cups water)

  • 05

    In water add salt, tomatoes, potatoes and boil them

  • 06

    After potatoes and tomato is boiled add these water to fried ravva

  • 07

    If ravva is well fried then we don't find any lumps in upma that is the reason we use much oil in upma rather any upma

  • 08

    Now simmer the stove and cover with a lid and let it cook for 2min

  • 09

    After 2min turn off the stove and once mix the whole upma and cover lid again after 5min u can serve hot

  • 10

    If required you can add ginger to upma while frying rvva I personally don't prefer ginger

  • 11

    For better taste squeeze lemon before serving....



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