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Thursday, December 08, 2005

Dhadhojanam(Traditional rice)

rice recipes cooking cuisine


Boiled rice 2 cups
Green chillies 3
Ginger 1 inch piece
Mustard seeds 1tsp
Cumin seeds 1tsp
Bengal gram 1tsp
Curry leaves 10
Yogurt 1 cup
Turmeric powder 1 generous pinch
oil 1tsp
salt to taste

Method of preparation:

This is generally prepared by left over food esp. during morning.
In a bowl, mix rice with finely chopped green chillies and chopped ginger. Add yogurt and turmeric powder, salt and keep aside.
Heat oil, add Mustard seeds, Cumin seeds, Bengal gram, Curry leaves and when they splutter pour on the above rice mixture and serve.


At 12/14/2005 09:16:00 PM, Blogger Doc said...

You've been tagged for a meme, do check it out...I stopped visiting sites a long ago...I just keep to my own site....reading others sites gives me the blues;)))))
Check out the meme at:

At 12/21/2005 03:26:00 PM, Blogger Meena said...

Hi Raji!

I do hope you remember the "From my Rasoi" event. I'm still waiting for your post, the deadline's almost here! :o)

At 12/31/2005 08:23:00 PM, Blogger Padmasani said...

Hi! wish you a very happy new year. Came in from Thennavan's.

Dadhi+annam becomes dadhyonnam aka thayir chadam or saadam. This is the best satvik food one can think of. Good that you highlighted it.

At 1/02/2006 04:44:00 AM, Blogger anthony said...

happy new year friend

At 1/07/2006 05:37:00 PM, Blogger Kay said...

Raji, Seeing your ThayirSaadham (Curd Rice) made me crave for some. I'm off to making some for dinner. :)

At 11/09/2007 06:32:00 PM, Blogger Taste of Mysore said...

Hi Raji, Curdrice is such a comfort food, that I just cannot leave with out it. Nice one.

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