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Godhuma Rava Palakura Pongal – Broken Wheat Spinach Medley

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A one pot meal that is nourishing and comforting using broken wheat, yellow moong and spinach is Godhuma rava palakura pongal. Ideal for brunch or lunch with a refreshing glass of fresh juice or buttermilk and you have a quick healthy meal ready for your family. On days when I am caught up with things and pressed for time in the kitchen I prepare easy meals like this with a salad and yogurt as a side.

Godhuma Ravva Palakura Pongal - Broken Wheat Spinach Medley

Godhuma Ravva Palakura Pongal Recipe

Soaking time: 15 mts, Prep & Cooking: 40 mts

Serves 4-5 persons

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Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups coarse wheat ravva, dry roasted for 6-7 mts

1/2 cup cooked split yellow moong dal (pesara pappu)

1 cup packed chopped spinach

1/2 tbsp ghee

1/2 tsp cumin seeds

1 tsp grated ginger

1 tsp peppercorns

2-3 green chillis, slit length wise

1-2 dry red chillis, de-seed and tear

pinch of hing (inguva/asafoetida)

salt to taste

10-12 curry leaves

5 cups of water

1 Wash the wheat ravva and dal and soak them together in water for 15-20 mts.
2 Meanwhile in a heavy bottomed vessel or pot, heat ghee. Add the cumin seeds, let them splutter and turn slightly brown. Add the ginger, curry leaves, green chillis, red chillis and pepper corns and combine. Add the asafoetida. Add the spinach leaves and saute for 5-6 mts.
3 Add the drained wheat ravva and dal mixture and stir fry with the rest of the ingredients for a minute.
4 Add 5 cups of water and salt to the above mixture, bring to a boil, cover and cook on medium to low heat till both the dal and wheat rava are cooked. This could take approx 30 mts. Alternately you could pressure cook until 2 whistles.
5 Serve it as a meal by itself with a pickle of your choice, curd and appadam (papad).

Godhuma Rava Palakura Pongal – Broken Wheat Spinach Medley Recipe

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A one pot meal that is nourishing and comforting using broken wheat, yellow moong and spinach is Godhuma rava palakura pongal. Ideal for brunch or lunch with a refreshing glass of fresh juice or buttermilk and you have a quick healthy meal ready for your family. On days when I am caught up with things […]

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By • Jan 29th, 2008 • Category: All Recipes, Andhra Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Lunch Box Recipes

  • Kalyani

    Thats innovative Sailuji and looks mouthwatering :) , will try it out sometime.

  • http://rupasivanarayana.wordpress.com/ Rupa

    great recipe…but the spinach is missing ….in ingredients …

    Oops! recipe updated.

  • sheela

    thanks for good recipe i think its good for diebites people also.

  • http://masalamagic.blogspot.com Latha

    sounds delicious and really healthy sailu! By coarse wheat rava do you mean Cracked wheat?

  • Rajendra Prasad.M

    I am a regular watcher of your postings. Good job. Keep it up. May I suggest you to give us some old traditional andhra Items preparation through your site? we vl b greatfull. Eg: Dibba Rotti, Panasapottukura with Ava. I have a recipe which I got from my great grandmother. Can I send that to you for your readers. Its name is Kandi Vundala Pulusu. RP

    Sure do share your recipe, RP. Thank you.

  • http://mykitchentreasures.blogspot.com/ Happy Cook

    This is a dish i have never had.
    Reading the ingredients it has to taste delicious.

  • http://www.earthvegan.blogspot.com Vaishali

    The dish looks beautiful and sounds very very healthy. Also, for me, easy to veganize- I would just need to substitute the ghee with some oil. I cannot wait to try it. Thanks, Sailu!

  • vineela

    Hi Sailu,
    like your pongal.
    my mom makes weekly once pongal especially on sundays .
    thanks for sharing.
    vineela

  • http://www.paajaka.com Mythreyee

    Thanks a ton for this recipe. I have been looking all around this is for a long time.

  • http://snackorama.blogspot.com Hima

    Lovely recipe sailu. Problem in US is that we do not get that fine wheat rava here. While I was in hyderabad, I use to eat wheat rava instead of rice just to be healthy. After coming here, I can’t find it at all, not even in Indian stores. The wheat rava that we get smells odd.

  • http://tastypalettes.blogspot.com Suganya

    That is one bowl of creamy comfort. Is wheat rava partially cooked or raw? Because we get cracked wheat here, which is raw. Sailu, there is an incomplete sentence in the recipe.

    Updated the recipe.
    No, Suganya, its raw fine cracked wheat.

  • http://cookingfromatoz.blogspot.com Kaykat

    Ohh, I had totally forgotten how much I like godhuma rava, this looks so tasty! I especially love the peppercorns :)

  • http://dhivyaskitchen.blogspot.com divya

    Hi nice recipe…I love pongal..Thanks for sharing

  • http://dhivyaskitchen.blogspot.com divya

    Hi i am a new blogger, plz do see my blog and add in ur list..Thanks..

  • SY

    Sailu,

    Great dish!
    Very nourishing and power packed. I am a big fan of Pongal and love this idea. Will try very soon. Also not sure if I can leave comments about Suvastra here, but I really wish I could re-visit my childhood just to wear those grogeous ‘langas’. Good work!

  • http://www.peppermill-miri.blogspot.com Miri

    I make this dish usually with mixed vegetables like carrot, beans etc – for breakfast – a bit runny like porridge… and then one day felt like having it for dinner , so made it with paalak and corn and as you said it was completely different and very tasty!!

    The pongal you made, esp with the hing is something I should try…

    Miri

  • http://creativepooja.blogspot.com Pooja

    Thats new dish for me , thanks for sharing sailu, looks healthy too :) .

  • http://cookerycorner.blogspot.com Laavanya

    That looks so creamy and great. Have bookmarked it to try.

  • http://teluguruchi.blogspot.com/ Uma

    Wow, what a great way to cook pongal. Looks delicious and healthy with palakura and wheat rava. I have to try this tonight. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

  • http://delicaciesofindia.blogspot.com Delicacies

    That’s a neat recipe, Sailu! Shall try sometime.

  • Mamatha

    Sailu,
    I tried this last night and it came out very well. Doing pongal with goduma ravva is a wonderful idea. Thank you for this nice recipe.

  • http://en-ulagam.blogspot.com Revathi

    Looks indeed a comfort food. Wish I could get a bowl now !!!

  • http://www.musicalskitchen.blogspot.com musical

    And this picture is nourishing to the soul! There is something about these simple, one-pot meals that waves the words like “comfort” at us.

    Thanks, Sailu-this post made me feel so good!

  • Gaurii

    Sailu,

    Really it is comfort food and a meal in one pot. to day only i am going to prepare this as i am having fresh palak.

    in the ingredient list it is written as cooked dal. but is it cooked or roasted as rava?????????? i am confused but taking it as roasted.

    Gauri.

    Its roasted and cooked dal, Gauri. You can even cook the dal without roasting.

  • http://www.myonlinesojourn.blogspot.com Nanditha

    that bowl looks so comforting!

  • Gaurii

    Sailu,

    I prepered this one pot meal.it came out very well. everybody liked it at home. Thanks Sailu, thanks for one more simple and tasty dish.

    Still i am confused abt the cooked dal if it is cooked already why to or how to soak it along with rice???

    Gaurii, I roasted the dal and soaked it along with wheat ravva for about 20-30 mts. Alternately, if you have any left over cooked dal, you could add it to the during the cooking process. Hope it helps.

  • geesam

    Hi,

    I used to visit ur site regularly. I tried this recipe, it came out very well. thanks a lot.This is my first comment.

  • Gaurii

    same thing i did roasted and soaked the dal. came out very well. thank you.

  • vj

    I tried the pongal today and it turned out really good. I like the pongal a lot. thank you

  • Satish

    Thank you very much for posting the Andhra dishes. I love this site.

    Thanks a ton

  • saikrupa

    hai sailu

    i have a douth regarding goduma ravva palakura uppama dish

    we needto ry both ravva and dal before soaking in water?

  • saikrupa

    hai sailu

    i have a douth regarding goduma ravva palakura uppama dish

    we need to fry both ravva and dal before soaking in water?

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  • Ashish

    Hi Sailu,
    I love cooking and simply love your blog. You have the most interesting recipes and I thoroughly enjoy your style. Whenever I have some free time, I surf to your site and simply browse through the recipes, smacking my lips at the photos – keep them coming.

    You mentioned in one entry that you were in Vizag, so I am wondering if you are V. Sailaja from BHPV colony in Vizag.

    Loved the recipe I just saw – broken wheat, moong dal and spinach pongal – will try it this weekend.

    Please try to post more Andhra-style non-veg recipes – chicken and mutton. I’m crazy about Andhra food, having lived the first 20 years of my life in Vizag (even though I’m a Punjabi). My family – wife from North India and two kids – love Andhra food too, so your blog is a gold mine!!

    Best wishes,
    Ashish

  • P Priya

    Hi Sailu!
    Thank you for the simple and delicious recipe. I tried it today and it turned out great!

  • http://cookerycorner.blogspot.com Laavanya

    I tried and loved this recipe.. Thank you so much Sailu.

  • ilavenil

    Hi Sailu,

    I’m from Malaysia. Sorry to ask this question.
    Is wheat ravva same as semolina which is used to make uppuma?

    Please advice as i’m too eager to try this recipe.

    Anyway, i have tried most of your recipes and they turn out pretty well. Besides, most of my guests enjoy my cooking. I have received numerous praises from my guests whenever i tried the recipes that are shown in your website because they are very unique.

    My hubby loves my home cooked food notably the recipes from your site.

    Thanks a lot, Sailu.

    Keep up the good work.

    Regards,
    ilavenil

    Your welcome, Ilavenil. Semolina (used to prepare upma) is not the same as cracked wheat. You can find them in most Indian stores by the name of Bansi ravva or Cracked wheat.

  • ilavenil

    Thanks Sailu. I will look for Bansi ravva and shall update you when i have successfully prepared the food as per your recipe.

    regards,
    ilavenil.

  • Poornima

    Sailu gaaru, in the ingredients list above, it asks for ‘cooked’ pesara pappu. I’m assuming this is a mistake, but would love a clarification. I can’t wait to try this! Thanks.

  • Poornima

    Sailaja gaaru, in the ingredients list above, it asks for ‘cooked’ pesara pappu. I’m assuming this is a mistake, but would love a clarification. I can’t wait to try this! Thanks.

  • madhu

    Hai sailu garu, thank you for a good recipe

  • ~Nilu~

    Thank you for this easy, nutritious and tasty recipe!

  • Meenu

    I tried this,its too good and healhy.Thanks Salugaru :)

  • Meenu

    I tried this,its too good and healhy.Thanks Salugaru :)

  • vani

    I tried this and came very good. Thanks for posting a yummy recipe.