Ethapazham Varattiyathu

10 Responses

  1. Namitha says:

    Love this. I add a few spoons of coconut too..yumm

  2. Suja Manoj says:

    Love this,I too add coconut..nice click.

  3. Sravs says:

    delicious and lovely one !!

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  4. Vidhya says:

    This is a new way to cook nenthrapazham,sounds delicious.

  5. Justbeanme says:

    What is the tempting rice you have served it with?? look too yummy

  6. Yummy Team says:

    Justbeanme,

    Thats rice noodle upma 🙂 Will share its recipe soon..

  1. December 7, 2017

    […] Add roasted semolina little by little stirring continuously without forming lumps. (Add semolina with one hand and stir with other hand). Mix well. Immediately cover with a lid and cook for 1 – 2 minutes over the lowest heat setting. Switch off and let it rest for 5 mts. Open the lid after 5 minutes and stir well using a large spoon to break any lumps.  Add 1/4 cup grated coconut and a teaspoon of ghee for an extra taste. Mix well. Cover with a lid for 2 minutes. Fluffy Kerala style upma is ready to serve. Serve with pappadam and ripe banana / steamed plantain/ ethapazham / ethapazham varattiyathu. […]

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