Health Sutra Jowar/Multimillet/Yellow Jowar Upma Rawa -1/2 cup*
Moong dal (without skin) ½ cup
Jaggery ½ cup (grated or powder)
Water 3 cups + ¼ cup
Cardamom powder 1 pinch
Ghee 2 to 3 Tablespoon
Cashews 8 (broken)
Raisins – 6
Edible camphor small pinch (optional)
Wash and soak moong dal for 30minutes
Put Health Sutra Upma rawa and drained moong dal in a pressure cooker. Pour 3 cups water and stir
Close pressure cooker lid and cook for 3 whistles on low to medium ame.
In a separate pan, mix jaggery with ¼ cup water and heat on low ame and keep stirring till jaggery dissolves in water. Turn off heat and let it cool
In a seasoning pan, heat ghee on low ame and fry cashews and raisins. After turning off the stove, add camphor if you wish to
After pressure is down, open pressure cooker lid, slightly mash pongal and add jaggery syrup to it
Mix and cook pongal on low to medium ame till jaggery mixes well and starts to bubble
Add cardamom powder and turn off the heat. Add the fried cashews and raisins
Tasty Sweet Pongal is ready
1 cup = 240ml
Urad dal – 1 cup*
Health Sutra Jowar/Multimillet Idly Rawa -3 cups*
Salt-As per taste
Ghee/Oil as required
Wash and cut brinjal into 1inch long pieces and put them into salt
water to avoid discoloration. Soak tamarind in water.
Heat 2 table spoons of oil/ghee in a pan at low ame and add mustard seeds, onion and curry leaves and sauté till onions into golden brown color.
Add tomatoes and brinjal and fry for 1 min. Add turmeric powder, salt and vangi bhath powder and mix. Cook for 2-3 min.
Squeeze and extract juice from tamarind. Add tamarind juice and water to the pan and bring to boil.
to it, slowly add 1 cup of Health Sutra Millet Upma rawa while mixing to avoid lumps.
Turn to low ame with lid on and cook it for 15-18 minutes. Mix in between while cooking and nally garnish with coriander.
Serve this delicious Vangi Bhath hot
1 cup = 240ml