Upma doesn’t really need any introduction. It’s as famous in Maharashtra as in South India. We also have a slight modified version of Upma + Turmeric powder which we call “सांजा / Sanja”. Very simple, yet wholesome healthy dish great for breakfast. Upma with a bowl of soup has become our favorite choice for dinner.
It’s actually quite versatile recipe and can be made with semolina which is made of wheat, idly rava (made with rice), vermicilli and even oats or couscous. Also you can add veggies if you like. I am giving our traditional home recipe.