We all know upma recipe made from semolina and different flours. Now here we are giving the interesting and healthy recipe for breakfast i.e. oats upma recipe. Lots of variations are available in this oats upma recipe. You can make oats upma with vegetables and without vegetables as well as with onion and without onion.
Oats may reduce asthma risk in children as well as may increase insulin sensitivity. Due to this oatmeal is very beneficial for children and elders health.
You can also try our vermicelli upma recipe made from semiya. Oats upma recipe can be serve as a breakfast and also as a tea time snack. Usually, oats upma serve with green chutney or sambhar. If you want to know how to make oats upma recipe for healthy breakfast then read the following details and try at your home.
1 bowl oats.
4 tablespoons green peas.
4 tablespoons french beans finely chopped.
4 tablespoons carrot finely chopped.
4 tablespoons roasted groundnuts.
1 teaspoon mustard seeds.
1 teaspoon cumin seeds.
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder.
2-3 green chillies.
2-3 kashmiri red chillies.
2 tablespoons oil.
Finely chopped coriander leaves.
Some curry leaves.
- Add 1 bowl oats in pan and roast it lightly. (Exactly the same way roasting semolina for upma.)
- Keep on stirring continuously with spatula. When oats are crisp then our oats are done. Remove it from pan and keep it aside.
- Now add oil in pan and heat it at medium flame.
- Then add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves, green chillies, kashmiri red chillies, turmeric powder and fry it nicely.
- After that add all the vegetables i.e. green peas, french beans, carrot and groundnuts. Mix it well. Cover a pan with a lid and cook vegetables for 5 minutes.
- After 5 minutes add previously roasted oats, some water and chopped coriander. Mix it well. Cover pan with a lid and cook for 3-5 minutes till oats goes soft and absorb all the water.
Transfer oats upma recipe in serving dish and serve hot with green chutney.
- You can use chopped onion while making upma.
- You can also use the split bengal gram (chana dal) in it.