Grocery staples like rava are used to prepare breakfast recipes. Bombay Rava is obtained while grinding the cereal grains i.e., whole wheat and is granulated to segregate the rava. It is a form of semolina. It is wheatish in color and coarsely textured. Bombay Rava is used to prepare a number of mouth-watering lip-smacking dishes. Bombay rava is a high-fiber food suitable for people not wanting to gain weight. Being a fiber food, it tends to absorb water easily and swells up. It has a more earthy aroma when compared to the other flours.
Nutritional Facts: It is a rich source of proteins, fiber, and B vitamins
Recipes: Bombay rava is used to prepare dishes like upma, dosa, idli, kesari, ladoo, halwa, khichdi, pulav, & so on
Storage: Store them in an airtight container under dry conditions away from moisture.