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Seviyan Upma / Vermicelli Upma


Upma or Uppuma or Uppittu is a common South Indian and Sri Lankan Tamil breakfast dish. Various seasonings and/or vegetables are often added during the cooking, depending on individual preferences.The most common form of upma is made from semolina ( rava or suji). Today I am sharing another most loved breakfast and delicious type of upma made with seviyan or vermicelli. This is easy and quick to make delicious breakfast. Try my version of cheesy yummy vermicelli upma. Hope you all will love it.


Preparation time : 15 minutes
Cooking time : 20 minutes
Serves : 4 

Ingredients 
1 pack vermicelli (I use roasted MTR vermicelli)
1 carrot sliced
1 potato  small cubes
½ cup coconut thick slices
1 green bell  pepper  
2 to 3 green chilly chopped
2 cloves of garlic chopped
1 small onion chopped
½  tsp finely chopped  ginger
½  tsp mustard seed/ rai
¼  tsp whole cumin/ jeera
1 whole red chilly broken into halves
8 to 10 fresh curry leaves
¼  tsp sambar masala
½  tsp sugar (optional)
2 cheese cube  grated
2 to 3 tbsp oil 
salt to taste


Methods Of Cooking : 
First in a sauce pan boil water. Add the vermicelli (if you are not using the roasted vermicelli the roast it in pan adding little ghee or oil). When the vermicelli is done drain the water and spread it in a flat dish. Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seed, cumin and red chilly. When the mustard seed start to splutter then add curry leaves and ginger garlic and onion and coconut. Fry till the coconut is little brown then add all the vegetable with salt green chilly and sambar masala. Fry till all the vegetables are well fried. Now add the cooked vermicelli add sugar if using. Now mix well with the fried vegetable. Now generously sprinkle grated cheese. Mix well. Put off the flame. Now serve hot with any chutney or if you want a quick fix then pour in tomato sauce and just enjoy.




Happy Cooking!

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