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SAMAYAL KALAI

vegetarian recipes
 

LEMON RICE

INGREDIENTS:

rice: 1cup
lemon:3 Tbsp
turmeric powder:1tsp
asafoetida one pinch
cashew nut:10 p
coriander leaves
mustard:1tsp
green chilies:2 chopped
ginger:1 inch chopped
curry leaves:few
chana dal:1tsp
urad dal:1tsp

PREPARATION:

#cook rice and keep it aside
#in a kadai add a teaspoon of oil, when hot add mustard
#as it starts to splutter add asafoetida,chana dal and urad dhal
#fry it for a while then add curry leaves
#along with curry leaves add ginger and green chilies
#when the seasoning is cooled add lime juice
#add the above to the rice and mix it well
finally garnish with cashew and coriander leaves
#enjoy the lemon rice with lemon pickle or cut mango pickle
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At 2:11 PM, Blogger USHA said...

Hi Jaya,

What a pleasant colour!!!My husband is gr8 fan of lemon rice with masal.vadai.When i came to know about this before my marriage.I started learning from my mom perfectly.

I too do in the same manner except ginger and green chilly.I add dried red.chilly,while seasioning i do add hing.    



At 3:21 PM, Blogger Asha said...

Classic south Indian dish,Jaya:) I add peanuts and onions sometimes,no ginger.

Great color.I will try your version.    



At 3:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks yummy jaya:) my mom too prepares it like yours,with ginger,cashews, green chillies etc but i do it according to my mood & sometimes even end up adding sliced garlic to it!:)btw are those cashews peeping out from the dish?;)))
paati    



At 3:55 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

Hi usha
to my knowledge each one has thier own version of lemon rice and each has its own unique taste
try adding ginger and greenchilly its really good

hi asha
peanuts wowwww.... will try that next time i prepare it

try adding ginger it will taste good    



At 3:59 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

hehehe yeah paati its cashews that are peeping out n asking to eat it
its one of the easy dishes isnt it?    



At 10:46 AM, Blogger Seema Bhat said...

Jaya:
As Asha mentioned it is indeed a classic south indian dish , easy to make yet so very tasty plus can be had for BF, Lunch or dinner or even as a snak.Thanx for posting it
Cheers
Seema    



At 2:42 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thanks for ur comment seema
yeah it is one of easy dish to cook
nothing much to cut except for green chilies n ginger
:)    



At 3:05 AM, Blogger Menu Today said...

Hi Jaya,
Wow !!! With avial or pappadam lemon rice tastes great.. Thanks for sharing.    



At 9:26 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

oh yeah pappadam will taste good for lemon rice
i havent tasted it with avial
anyway next time i will try with avial
thanks for ur comment :)    



At 2:34 PM, Blogger Mythreyee said...

thats awesome. that too with cut mango pickle. great.    



At 3:03 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

hope u liked it mythy
yeah mango pickle will b great with limerice
its our usual combination at home
:)    



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