1 Glass Fine Semolina (Rava/Suji)
1/2 Glass Yogurt
1/2 Glass Water
Salt to taste
1/4 Cup Water
1 Onion
1 Tomato
1 Capsicum
1 Carrot
1 Green Chilli
1/4 Cup Coriander Leaves



  • In a large mixing bowl, add Semolina. Mix Salt.
  • To this add whisked Yogurt and mix well.
  • Now add water and mix everything well.
  • Let this batter rest for 20 – 30 minutes. The Rava will soak up the water.
  • In the meantime, chop all the vegetables mentioned in the list colour coded in Red, very finely. I used a chopper. You can also manually chop them all. If you are not immediately using this, I recommend to store covered in the refrigerator. This will avoid veggies from losing water. I’m not adding salt to the veggies. So add salt to the batter accordingly.
  • Check the batter and add little more water if required. The batter should be thick but at the same time, should drop off from the spatula.
  • Heat a griddle/tava. Spread some ghee/oil.
  • Pour batter on the tava and make small Uttapams by gently spreading the batter with the spatula.
  • Now top the batter with the chopped veggies and press them gently with the back of a spoon.
  • Pour little drops of oil/ghee around the Uttapam.
  • Once they start to brown, flip gently, press and cook the side with the vegetables.
  • Flip once again and plate this with some Spiced Stew or Sambar, Coconut Chutney or Sattu Chutney or Ketchup. Click on them for the recipe.
  • If you have leftover Idli Batter, you can use this instead of Rava Batter.
Thick batter
Finely chopped veggies
Mini Uttapams loaded with veggies
Stack of Mini Uttapams
Served with Spiced Stew & Sattu Chutney
Healthy & Quick

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