Chow Chow Bath
Upma or Uppittu is a common South Indian breakfast dish cooked as a thick porridge. Upma is a quintessential breakfast item in Southern Karnataka.
Rava, Vegetable Cooking Oil, Cashew Nuts, Mustard, Bengal Gram Dal, Black Gram Dal, Turmeric, Lemon Powder, Green Chillies, Curry Leaves, Ginger, Sugar, and Salt.
Kesari Bhath is a sweet Indian food that is popular throughout the country. The classical ingredients used for its preparation are semolina, sugar, ghee (usually), water and milk.
It originated from the Karnataka state of South India and is a popular dish during festivals such as Ugadi. The word Kesari in Kannada refers to saffron which is used, resulting in its saffron-orange-yellow-colored tinge. Though it is a sweet dish, in Karnataka it is also used during breakfast. It is also served with Upma or Khara Bath and both the dishes in equal quantity one plate is popularly called as the "Chow Chow Bath"
Rava, Sugar, Vegetable Cooking Oil, Cashew Nuts, Raisins, Cardamom, and Natural Saffron Extracts