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Vegetable Semiya (Vermicelli) Upma Recipe by Archana’s Kitchen

The Vegetable Semiya Upma recipe is a simple to make breakfast dish that is made from roasted Vermicelli. It is a very traditional South Indian breakfast recipe that is had often with Coconut Chutney or Tomato Chutney and Bananas. Children love the Semiya Upma for their school lunch box.

You can see the Full Recipe here – http://www.archanaskitchen.com/recipes/indian/indian-breakfast-tiffin-recipes/54-vegetable-semiya-upma-breakfast-vermicelli-pudding

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  1. I've been craving this! Thanks for uploading a recipe!

  2. Good Night
    Vegetable Semiya (Vermicelli) Upma Recipe by Archana's Kitchen
    #everscoop #food #recipe

  3. Cinnamon is interesting.
    My mother used to put tomatoes in semiya upma, which I used to complain. Nostalgic :-)

  4. looks yummy….would definitely give it a try

  5. I happened to come across your channel a couple of weeks ago, love all the recipes. I am becoming a fan of vegetarian recipes. I am so thankful for all these YouTube food channels, never knew vegetarian food can be so full of variety. 

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