Sweet Rave Ganji without Milk

Sweet Rave Ganji without Milk

If you are looking for a quick and light yet filling vegan breakfast recipe, this one’s for you.

Ganji is a popular breakfast in Karnataka, usually made with millet flour. It has two versions – sweet and savory. Sweet Ganji essentially has milk in it and the savory version has curd or plain yogurt. Since it’s a quick and filling porridge, it makes an amazing breakfast option, especially for busier days.

On days when I feel like eating/drinking something warm and light yet filling, I prefer Ganji. Check out how to make Multigrain Ganji. It doesn’t take more than 15 minutes to make and keeps me full for longer. A great meal option on days when you are feeling under the weather too; some even funnily refer to Ganji as ‘patient’s food’.

This recipe for Sweet Rave Ganji is simple and so easy to make. I have used fine semolina, jaggery, and cardamom to make this but you add milk (regular or vegan) for more flavor.

I hope you try this. Let me know in the comments how you liked it!

Sweet Rave Ganji without Milk

Simple and quick rave ganji (porridge) made with fine rava, jaggery, and cardamom
Cook Time15 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: Ganji, Rava Ganji, Semolina
Servings: 1 person

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp fine rava(semolina)
  • cup hot water
  • 1 crushed cardamom or a pinch of cardamom powder
  • 3 tbsp jaggery(or to taste)
  • almond shavings

Instructions

  • Dry roast rava in a pan on low heat until aromatic.
  • Add hot water, stir, and allow the mixture to cook and thicken, stirring continuously.
  • Add cardamom and continue boiling on low heat.
  • Add jaggery to taste, and stir such that there are no lumps. Cook for 2-3 minutes more and turn off the heat.
  • Garnish with almond shavings and serve warm.

Notes

Add a quarter cup of boiled milk(regular or vegan) just before adding jaggery for more flavorful.

Let me know if you tried this recipe by tagging a picture of your preparation on my Instagram @swaadista and using #swaadistarecipes.

Happy cooking, happy eating!



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