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Friday, August 19, 2005

soya rice


soya rice
Originally uploaded by rajiashine.

Ingredients

soya 1 cup
rice 2 cups
cumin seeds 1tsp
cinnamon 2inch stick
onions 1
green chillies 3
turmeric powder 2 pinch
salt
oil 1tbsp

Method of preparation:

slice onions and chop green chillies.
cook soya beans with sufficient amount of water.
cook rice and keep aside.
heat oil in pan, add cumin seeds, cinnamon, onions, green chillies.
when onions turn translucent add cooked soya beans, cooked rice,turmeric powder and salt to taste.

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