Wheat Rawa, which is finely broken whole wheat or Dalia, is a versatile ingredient that can be used to prepare a variety of dishes such as Upma, Kichadi, Pongal, and Idli. This nutrient-rich grain is packed with fiber and makes for a healthy substitute to rice. I have made Adai with this rawa.
Leave a Comment Cancel
Can’t find what you are looking for? Check out all my recipes.
I follow your blog regularly and love your posts. Please collect your award from my space-http://dishyumm.blogspot.com/
Nice site, nice and easy on the eyes and great content too.
Easy to access .
Good collection of traditional and innovative recipes.
Keep them coming !
Yummy receipe Aunty
I follow your site regularly, nice recipes, can u tell me what is wheat rawa.. thanks
Wheat Rawa is the broken wheat or Cracked Wheat and also called as dalia. It is sold in all the stores.
Oh ok dalia,, got it thanks.. should try your sooji appam .it sounds interesting too .. thanks kamala
Very good and simple dishes. Even a novice can try them successfully.
Keep adding new ones. We are enjoying.
Thank you Vidya. I will add more recipes regularly.
I am a regular to ur site.I just wanted to know if Samba rava (which is a slightly finer variety)can also be used. Should we grind the soaked broken wheat a little or just add it as is? Cos the broken wheat we get is ideal for uppuma, meaning in granules.
Hi Nirmala Arvind,
Yes. You can use the samba wheat rawa also. Need not grind the soaked wheat rawa. Once it is soaked well, it will blend with the batter nicely. You can add the soaked rawa as it is.
Im New to yr receipe corner and Find it very useful n can i hv yr version of seeda receipe tq n hope to c many New receipes
Welcome to my site Vamalar. I will post soon the recipe for Seedai.
i was going through the wheat rawa adai..just wanted to know whether i can ferment for a day like ordinary dosa batter..
For adai, normally we do not ferment. But there is nothing wrong in fermenting the wheat rawa adai batter. The adai will be slightly sour.
can i grind soak rawa also. i have a doubt madam. pl reply
No need to grind the soaked rawa.
Love this recepie.Have made this several times and it’s always a hit !Tastes fantastic with tomato thokku.
Can u pls mention the dal used .. Also the quantity oh dal n daliya to b used
I have already given the quantity of dhal and dalia (wheat rava) under “Ingredients” column. Please check the recipe.
Wanna ask about wheat rava or normal rava.. whats the difference between both..
and how to to soak simple rava and drain it..
Hi Preeti Garg,
Wheat rawa also known as “Dalia” is broken wheat, i.e. wheat with husk is ground to a tiny granules. Whereas ordinary rawa is a product of husked wheat (refined wheat) ground to a fine granule.
can you post the pic of the rawa you mentioned for the recipe
Wheat rawa, I used in this recipe is also known as “Dalia” and it is broken wheat. Check this link for wheat rawa upma picture. http://www.kamalascorner.com/breakfast/godhumai-wheat-rawa-upma.html. It is cooked wheat rawa.