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Sunday, June 11, 2006 

Curd Rice...

I love this dish. It is a very simple and delicious dish I use to eat this a lot while in Bangalore.

* Cooked rice a bowl full
* Yoghurt 1 cup
* Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp
* Whole red chillies 2-3
* Curry leaves 10-12

Mix yoghurt and rice in a bowl, add couple of spoons of milk if needed.
Heat a tbsp of oil and splutter mustard, curry leaves and red chillies.
Add the tarka to the rice and yoghurt mix.
Add salt as per taste.

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Hi..addition to the recipe of grapes/grated carrot/grated cucumber can be added in the end to add a variation in the flavour. You may also add a dollop of white butter. The rice would be better a tad overcooked..softer than the fluffy rice we get in pulavs/biryanis etc. and mash in the curd. This gives it a very creamy texture.
And yes, if you like,you can also add a pinch of dhuli urad dal alongwith the mustard seeds at the time of adding the tarka

I thought Curd rice had anar dana in it too. All the time I tasted curd rice, it had anar dana in it and I tasted it in bangalore too (Department meets at the uni)

thanks all for your comments...

yes you can add fried urid daal, grapes, anardaana etc since it is such a simple dish, anything go with it...

Mom2D, I remember eating anaar ke daane in curd rice but I didnt have them with me when I made this dish.

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