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Rava Balls Recipe
Rava Balls / Sooji Balls

Rava Balls Recipe | Sooji Balls Recipe | Semolina Balls Recipe with step by step photos and video recipe:

A delicious and easy breakfast recipe prepared by steaming the spiced rava based balls. Semolina balls, tossed with Indian spices and fresh green herbs (coriander) make just about the perfect snacks. Aren’t these cute “suji ke balls” just too cute to eat!!!!

As the name suggests, rava balls recipe are flavorsome ball-shaped dumplings made up of semolina or rava (sooji). These balls are steamed to cook and then tempered to add more flavors therein. Semolina balls have the flavors of rai, coriander leaves, ginger, green chili, etc. Sooji ball is a healthy snack as it is cooked by steaming and very little oil is used.

    Easy to make this mouth-watering treat, steamed sooji balls are sure to be loved by young and old. These soft and spongy soji balls and the flavor of Indian spices make it a perfect breakfast choice for food lovers. This is the best and easy snack which is made from suji.

    It is a healthy recipe, providing all the necessary nutrients for the morning diet. You can serve these yummy suji balls without any side dish but tastes exceptionally awesome with a choice of chutney recipes.

    Simple and easy to make, this Sooji Ball Recipe just gets ready in just 30-40 minutes. I even make these suji snacks sometimes for my meals, when we are in the mood to eat something light. 



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    Video Recipe

    Rava Balls Video Recipe | Sooji Balls Video Recipe

    Recipe in Hindi

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    Ingredients for Rava Balls Recipe

    • Sooji (Semolina/Rava) - 1cup
    • Rai - ½ tsp
    • Asafoetida (hing) - ¼ Tsp
    • Green Chilli - 2 (Finely Chopped)
    • Ginger - ½ tsp grated
    • Water - 2 ½ Cup 
    • Black Pepper - ½ tsp
    • Red Chilli Powder - ¼ tsp
    • Salt - As per your taste
    • Oil - 2 tbsp

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    Rava Balls Recipe | Sooji Balls Recipe | Semolina Balls Recipe
     
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    A delicious and easy breakfast recipe prepared by steaming the spiced rava based balls. Semolina balls, tossed with Indian spices and fresh green herbs (coriander) make just about the perfect snacks. Aren’t these cute “suji ke balls” just too cute to eat!!!!
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    Recipe type: Breakfast
    Cuisine: South Indian
    Serves: 2
    Nutrition:
    Serving size: 130 grams
    Calories: 171 cal
    Fat: 6.3 grams
    Fiber: 2.4 grams
    Protein: 4.4 grams
    Carbohydrates: 24.3 grams
    Ingredients :
    • Sooji (Semolina/Rava) - 1cup
    • Rai - ½ tsp
    • Asafoetida (hing) - ¼ Tsp
    • Green Chilli - 2 (Finely Chopped)
    • Ginger - ½ tsp grated
    • Water - 2 ½ Cup
    • Black Pepper - ½ tsp
    • Red Chilli Powder - ¼ tsp
    • Salt - As per your taste
    • Oil - 2 tbsp
    Instructions :
    1. Dry Roast the sooji for about 5 minutes on low flame and keep aside.
    2. To make rava balls, heat the oil in a Kadai. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds into it. let them splutter.
    3. Now add ginger, chopped green chili and saute them for another minute.
    4. Pour water into the Kadai, add salt and get the water to a rapid boil.
    5. keep the gas flame on low when you start adding roasted Rava slowly, stirring continuously.
    6. Mix continuously with the help of a spatula till the sooji (semolina/ rava) absorbs all water. This process helps to prevent any lumps formation.
    7. Cover the Kadai with a lid and cook for 2 minutes on low flame or until the rava turns soft and fluffy.
    8. Switch off the gas.
    9. Transfer the cooked sooji to a large plate and allow it to cool slightly.
    10. After that knead the sooji into a dough without adding any extra water.
    11. Now boil the water in a steamer.
    12. Grease your hands with some oil.
    13. Take the suji mixture in your hands and prepare small ball-sized balls. Make sure there are no cracks in the balls.
    14. Place the suji balls in a steamer and make sure to grease the base to prevent them from sticking.
    15. Now steam the balls in a steamer for around 8 to 10 minutes or until the balls are cooked well.
    16. Once done, transfer the steamed suji balls onto the plate. Let it cool for 30 minutes.
    17. Heat the oil in a Kadai. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds and Asafoetida (hing) into it. let them splutter.
    18. Now add red chili powder, black pepper powder and mix well.
    19. Also, add sooji balls or rava balls to it and mix them properly.
    20. Cook these rava balls on low flame for 2-3 minutes. keep stirring in between. switch off the gas.
    21. Finely enjoy yummy Semolina Balls / Suji balls with your favorite Chutney.
    Sooji Balls Recipe | Rava Balls Recipe | Semolina Balls Recipe - easy breakfast recipe | Sooji Snack

    A delicious and easy breakfast recipe prepared by steaming the spiced sooji / Rava-based balls. Semolina balls, tossed with Indian spices and fresh green herbs (coriander) make just about the perfect snacks. Aren’t these cute “suji ke balls” (sooji balls) just too cute to eat!!!!


    Step by Step Recipe

    How to make Sooji Balls Recipe or Rava Balls Recipe with step by step photos:

    • Dry Roast the sooji for about 5 minutes on low flame and keep aside.
    Rava Balls Recipe
    • To make rava balls, heat the oil in a Kadai. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds into it. let them splutter.
    Rava Balls Recipe
    • Now add ginger, chopped green chili and saute them for another minute.
    Rava Balls Recipe
    • Pour water into the Kadai, add salt and get the water to a rapid boil.
    Rava Balls Recipe
    • keep the gas flame on low when you start adding roasted Rava slowly, stirring continuously.
    Sooji Balls Recipe
    • Mix continuously with the help of a spatula till the sooji (semolina/ rava) absorbs all water. This process helps to prevent any lumps formation.
    Sooji Balls Recipe
    • Cover the Kadai with a lid and cook for 2 minutes on low flame or until the rava turns soft and fluffy. Switch off the gas.
    Sooji Balls Recipe
    • Transfer the cooked sooji to a large plate and allow it to cool slightly.
    Sooji Balls Recipe
    • After that knead the sooji into a dough without adding any extra water.
    Semolina Balls Recipe
    • Now boil the water in a steamer.
    Suji Balls Recipe
    • Grease your hands with some oil.
    • Take the suji mixture in your hands and prepare small ball-sized balls. Make sure there are no cracks in the balls.
    Semolina Balls Recipe
    • Place the suji balls in a steamer and make sure to grease the base to prevent them from sticking.
    Suji Balls Recipe
    • Now steam the balls in a steamer for around 8 to 10 minutes or until the balls are cooked well.
    Suji Balls Recipe
    • Once done, transfer the steamed suji balls onto the plate. Let it cool for 30 minutes.
    Suji Balls Recipe
    • Heat the oil in a Kadai. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds and Asafoetida (hing) into it. let them splutter.
    Suji Balls Recipe
    • Now add red chili powder, black pepper powder and mix well. 
    suji nashta
    • Also, add sooji balls or rava balls to it and mix them properly.
    suji nashta
    • Cook these rava balls on low flame for 2-3 minutes. keep stirring in between. switch off the gas.
    • Finely enjoy yummy Semolina Balls / Suji balls with your favorite Chutney.
    Suji Balls Recipe

    This post is also available in हिन्दी (Hindi). Check Rava Balls Recipe in Hindi

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