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Saturday, September 24, 2005

semya upma

semya upma
Originally uploaded by rajiashine.


vermicelli(semya) 1 cup
green chillies 5
potatoes 1/2
carrots 1
onions 1
urad dal 1tsp
mustard seeds 1tsp
cumin seeds 1tsp
curry leaves 5-10
salt to taste
oil 1tbsp

Method of preparation:

finely chop green chillies, potatoes, carrots,onions and keep aside.

Heat oil in pan, add urad dal,mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves. when they change color add 2 cups of water and salt and bring to boil.

Now add semya and cook covered until done.


At 9/25/2005 02:22:00 PM, Blogger eddfisher78805490 said...

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At 10/08/2008 05:11:00 AM, Blogger KCdesi Kansas City said...

Hi -you forgot to add when to add the potatoes etc :) I am a 42 year old never cooked before male - and I am stumped :)


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