Cooked Rice : 1 big cup
Oil : 2-3 tbsp (You can use ghee)
Garlic : 5 pods, chopped
Pepper Powder : 1tsp
Dry Coconut, grated : 1tsp (optional)
Red Chillies : 4 (cut into small pieces)
Curry Leaves : 1 Line
Chana Dal, Urad dal each : 1tsp
Mustard, Jeera each : 1tsp
Salt : as required
How to make it :
Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan.
When oil is sufficiantly hot add mustard seeds, let it crackle.
Add Chanadal, urad dal, fry for 30 sec, add garlic fry till they are golden brown
Now add Jeera, red chillies , curry leaves, and remove the pan from stove. Add pepper powder, salt and mix well.
Mix this tadka with cooked rice and mix. Add dry coconut and finish final round of mixing and serve. It can be eaten without any accompaniment. Dal, Dahi, Pickle all these goes well with this rice.
Holige=Puran Poli, Hoorna = Puran/Pooran
To make Hoorna :
Toordal : 2cups washed and kept
Water : 4 cups
Turmeric: 1 pinch
Wet Coconut: 2tbsp
Elaichi powder : 1/2tsp
To make Saaru:
Sambhar Powder : 2tbsp or according to your spice levels
Hoorna : Orange sized ball
Toor dal Stock
Tamrind paste: 2 tbsp or as per your sour level
Oil, mustard, redchillies, curry leaves and asafoetida. Heat a 1tbsp oil and add the tadka ingrediants in the order mentioned.
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Jackfruit : 20 pieces
Wet/Fresh grated coconut : 5 heaped tablespoonfuls (adjust according to your taste)
Ghee : 3 heaped tablespoonfulls
Sugar : 5 heaped tablespoonfuls (adjust according to the sweetness level of jackfruit)
1. Destone jackfruit pieces and cut them into small pieces.
3. Keep stirring the jackfruitpieces till it becomes mushy. At this stage jackfruit will no longer stick to the pan as it was doing in the begining.
4. Add grated coconut, and sugar. Bring it to boil. Keep stirring till all the sugar dissolves and halwa becomes thick.
All you need to make pakoda mix :
Fine Semolina (cream of wheat) /Chiroti Rava : 2 cups
Cornflour : 2tbsp
Onion : 1 big
Curry leaves : 3 lines
Coriander leaves : 4lines
Green Chilli : 2
Red Chilli Powder : 1tbsp
Baking Soda(soda bi carb) : 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying pakodas
1. Cut onions lengthwise.
2. Chop green chillies into thin rounds
3. Chop coriander finely.
4. Chop curry leaves coasely
How to make:
Gave a try to few more dishes from fellow bloggers :
1. Dosakaya Pachhadi from Padma's Kitchen . It was good to eat with rice.
Our Week end lunch with dosakaya pachadi, bendekayi (Okra) sambhar, kothambari (coriander leaves) pickle and ghee
A closer look at bendekayi (Okra) sambhar
2. Also tried Raagi Halwa from Chandrika's blog @ Akshayapatra Photos will be uploaded soon. It was tasty.
Will update few more recipes that I tried with pics in next post.