7 Rava Recipes You Need To Try This Lockdown
Three things that the grocery stores are out of are Maggi, Maida & Rava. And, if it's not in the stores, it's definitely in your kitchens! Although rava is a well-stocked ingredient during the lockdown, you're scouting for rava recipes from all over. Here are multiple dishes that can be made from Rava. Rava is like that friend who becomes friends with everyone. Mostly used in South Indian dishes, Rava is a good source of protein and is low in carbs. It makes you feel full for a longer time. Here are 7 recipes that you can try with Rava:
1. Rava Cutlet
This cutlet is an amazing evening snack to have. You can have this with chai as a tea-time snack. After the lockdown is lifted, you won't have to think twice about what to make when guests are over! This recipe will come handy. High on nutrition, rava cutlet is filled with tons and veggies and cooked in less oil, this might just become your favorite snack.
2. Rava Upma
Upma is a healthy, yummy breakfast meal that can be eaten as any meal of the day. This South Indian dish is very easy to make and this recipe can make your breakfast time easier & yummier.
3. Rava Cake
This eggless rava cake is a great dessert option for those who either don't eat eggs at all or don't have eggs at home right now! We're under lockdown for a few more weeks, which means a lot of birthdays will be spent at home. If you're planning to make a cake that's homemade and healthy, this Rava cake might be something you want to consider.
4. Instant Rava Idli
Idli is everyone's favorite. From children to grandparents, no one will say that they don't like Idli. The best thing about idli is that it can be made without a whole lot of hassle. With a side of chutney or sambhar, Idli can even be eaten as is, masala 0r plain, and is quite light on the stomach too.
If you have leftover Idlis, you can try this masala idli fry recipe.
5. Rava Dosa
Now that we're under lockdown, most of us are missing those dosas from the streets. But, here's a recipe that comes closer to a street-style dosa, recreating your delicious street dosas at home. This Rava Dosa is made by using simple ingredients that can be found in your kitchens.
6. Rava Payasam
Payasam is usually made during Naivedyam in the South Indian community but if you're craving for something sweet, then this is something you can make using Rava and dry fruits.
7. Rava Dhokla
This Gujarati snack has made its way into a lot of people's hearts and homes. This snack is very popular and loved by most people. So, here's how you can delciously include this instant dhokla recipe in your meals. Who knew it was so easy to make?
Why a rave party when you can rava party? *dancing emoji*