Green Rice - Cilantro, Curry leaves and Mint rice - Coriander leaves, curry leaves and Mint leaves rice - Pudina Kothamalli karuveppilai Sadam - Simple healthy rice - Lunch recipes

Thu, 7 May 2015 09:18:25 +0000
I wanted to do this for quite sometime. Finally I get around it. I have posted Coriander rice before. Combining all the three leaves really gives a nice flavour. So even if you don't like it individually you should try this..This is also good way to get your kids eat curry leaves.  These leaves have lot of health benefits. Making this is really easy and a perfect options for bachelors too.  Ingredients: Long grain Cooked rice - 3 cups (I have used Basmati rice) Curry leaves - 30 Coriander - 2 cups Roasted gram dhal / Pottukadalai - 1 teaspoon Mint leaves - 1/2 cup (packed) Coconut - 1/4 cup Green Chillies - 4 (adjust based on spiciness of the chillies and your preference) Shallots / small onions - 10 (sliced thinly) Garlic - 4 pods (sliced thinly) Salt to taste Oil / ghee - 2 teaspoon Cinnamon - 1 inch Cloves - 2 Kal pasi Black stone flower/Kallu hoova- 1 Bay leaves - 2 Method: Clean and wash curry leaves, Coriander, Mint leaves. Grind it together with coconut, roasted gram and green chillies and salt. Heat oil in the pan add Cinnamon, cloves, Kal pasi and bay leaves. Fry till nice aroma released. Garlic and fry till slight brown. Add onion fry till transparent Add Grinded paste. Fry till nice aroma released. Add cooked rice. Mix well Serve hot
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