Kaya Upma / Raw Banana Upma

34 Responses

  1. Rumana Rawat says:

    This is awesome dish:)

  2. Prathima Rao says:

    What a unique & tasty dis…Definetly goin to try it out!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  3. Priti says:

    Interesting and looks yum …

  4. Hey,

    Yummy and tasty uppuma dear…Love the idea…:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

  5. Healthy upma,love ur version…luks delicious.

  6. An Open Book says:

    thats an interesting twist…innovative 🙂

  7. Umm Mymoonah says:

    I never heard about this, but it sure looks very delicious.

  8. Suman Singh says:

    What a unique, healthy and tasty dish..looks delicious!

  9. Panchpakwan says:

    I never had this upma..so uniqe and creative dish.

  10. Never heard abt this…very intresting and delicious recipe…

  11. Parita says:

    Bookmarked! I love raw bananas and this is such a unique recipe! Love the click..very eye pleasing!

  12. divya says:

    Awesome clicks… Lovely recipe and drooling over your pics.. Just yummy..

  13. This looks a delicious and interesting upma..looks super yum.

  14. Upma looks so tasty and soothing dear.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

  15. Kaya upma ennu adhyayte kelkuwanu, Good recipe maya, am sure to try this soon. These days i see a lot of raw banana at the local market..Beautiful presentation and click…

  16. So interesting upma !!! So yummy and delicious !!!!

  17. Chitra says:

    Very new to me, sounds like raw banana puttu 🙂

  18. Sounds news to me. The recipe is awesome.. will surely give a try

  19. ithu kollamallo…ee upma njan ithvare try cheythittilla…

  20. Vidhya says:

    Never heard about this.But sounds and looks delicious.Will surely try this.

  21. This is different and delicious!

  22. Swathi says:

    upma adipoli, try chethu nokkam.

  23. Looks delicious and looking at the list of ingredients I can say it must have tasted yummy!

  24. Anonymous says:

    Which kaya is this? Yellow or white one?

  25. Yummy Team says:

    I used raw banana (pacha ethakka / nenthrakaya)..

  26. thats really unique !! havnt heard abt kaya upuma before..Nice!!
    Enikipo samadanayi tto.. But njan chicken piralen recipe kure kandengilum try cheythittilla mumpe . Ithu your pic speaks 1000 words..atrem perfection ullakondane njan ithundakan karenam..next time adikam brown avathe nokkanunde 🙂

  27. New to me…looks extremely yum….

  28. aipi says:

    Nice n authentic..looks great!

    US Masala

  29. Suhaina says:

    This is very innovative…really a good one..

  30. Anonymous says:

    Hey Yummyz
    This one too came too good for me!
    Every had a question mark on face when i said the name of the dish!! but then after the first spoon… not even one stand of onion or coconut was left!!
    Thanks!!

  31. Yummy Team says:

    Anonymous,
    Thanks for trying this dish! Glad that everybody loved it. Please keep visiting 🙂

  32. Sophie says:

    Alternatively, can I grate the banana, boil it and then use it to make upma? Would that work because I do not have a food processor.

  33. Maya Akhil says:

    Sophie,

    Grating and then boiling will make it mushy.
    If you do not have a food processor – Boil the raw banana with skin on in a vessel filled with water, until tender (do not over cook). When it cools down, peel off the skin, grate it and then proceed with step 2.

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