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South Indian Recipes | Vepambu Kalanda Saadam Recipe


Jun 10, 2019

PREPARATION TIME

COOKING TIME

SERVES

2

PREPARATION LEVEL

Easy

INGREDIENTS

    - Surti Kolam Rice
    - Dried Red Chillies
    - Curry Leaves
    - Neem Flowers
    - Sesame Seed Oil
    - Sesame Seeds
    - Garlic
    - Asafoetida
    - Cumin Seeds
    - Chickpeas
    - Coriander Seeds
    - Salt to taste
    - White Lentils
    - Ghee
    - Black Pepper
    - Turmeric Powder

DIRECTIONS

1. Firstly, to make the spice mix, take some sesame seed oil in a pan.
2. In the pan, add inch piece of asafoetida, chickpeas (chana dal) and make it brown by stirring it for some time.
3. Then put some white lentils (urad dal) and roast it till it turns brown.
4. Add coriander seeds, black pepper, sesame seeds, dried red chillies and continue stirring. Switch off the gas flame.
5. Put some cumin seeds and continue stirring without the gas.
6. Take it out in a big bowl and then get it powdered.
7. Once it is into a powder form, add salt to it and mix it.
8. Take a pan and add ghee to it.
9. Add the dried neem flowers and get it in a plate.
10. In the same pan, pour some sesame seed oil, then garlic, sprigs of curry leaves, turmeric powder and then the surti kolam rice (cooked). Stir it together.
11. Add the neem flowers in the rice pan.
12. Then add the dry masala made into the pan.
13. Put some salt, stir, cook and it’s ready to serve.

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Preetha’s endeavour is to promote south Indian cuisine through her YouTube channel, Dakshin Curry. She absolutely loves curry leaves, and can fit them happily into in any recipe. For those of you who curse the poor thing, dry roast and powder them or use them in your dishes and enjoy the health benefits she says.

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