Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice

Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice

Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice is a delicious and simple to cook south Indian recipe in which cooked rice is blended with curd and a tempering is added to it. It’s a full meal in itself and maybe had any time of the day.

Right here is the way to make Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice recipe. You could serve the curd rice recipe with pickle or chutney.

Sometimes I like to garnish mine with chopped coriander leaves and pomegranate seeds.

Curd rice recipe is easy to cook. You can also make it creamy in south Indian curd rice style by adding milk to it. Here we offer you with step by step images and guidelines for delicious outcomes for Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice!

You could say, “Curd rice recipe? What recipe is there for curd rice!”.

This can be one thought plaguing many of you, for whom it is an everyday affair. But there are people who honestly don’t have any idea as to how to make curd rice/thayir sadam (as some of you call it exactly).

This summer season, all of us want to beat the heat, so the idea of posting curd rice is the best option without a doubt for you all.

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Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice Recipe

Right here is the way to make Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice recipe. You could serve the curd rice recipe with pickle or chutney. Sometimes I like to garnish mine with chopped coriander leaves and pomegranate seeds.
Course Breakfast, Lunch
Cuisine Indian
Keyword easy to cook
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 190 kcal
Author Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

Ingredients

  • 1½   tbsp extra virgin oil
  • 3 sprigs curry leaves
  • 2 green chillies finely chopped
  • 1 tsp crushed ginger
  • ½ tsp hing asafetida
  • 3 cups white rice long grain (cooked)
  • 1 cup curd
  • 2 tsp FoodAllTime Tadka
  • Salt to taste

Instructions

  1. Heat oil over medium heat in kadhai/ wok/ saucepan.
  2. Add FoodAllTime Tadka and once it splutters add ginger, curry leaves and green chillies. When the curry leaves turn crisp, add hing and turn down the stove.

  3. Add rice, salt and stir until everything is fully incorporated. Cook for 2 minutes on slow flame with lid on. Remove from fire and rest for 5 minutes (keep the lid on.)

  4. Remove lid and add the curd.
  5. Stir thoroughly and adjust the salt as per your taste.
  6. Served warm, serve chilled or pack for tiffin.

Recipe Notes

  • Curd rice is one of the excellent things to eat when you have an upset stomach.
  • It is simple to digest and the probiotic facilitates inside the growth of bacteria which aids in digestion. It cools the body and enables in retaining inner body temperature.
  • It is pretty filling and continues you fill for a long time so that you don’t snack on needless things. It circuitously allows preserving the body weight.
  • It is loaded with antioxidants and facilitates body combat the infection.
  • Before adding curd, make sure the rice is cooled down because adding curd to warm rice will kill the live cultures within the curd and might not be friendly to the flora and fauna tummy!
  • Please adjust the milk, curd and water amount in step with the consistency you desire. If you want tangy flavour, add extra of curd.
  • In case you are packing for lunch box, I’d recommend for more milk and lesser curd and addition of chilli and cucumber prevents the curd rice turning too sour/tangy.
  • Use day old cooked rice for better results.
  • You can add coriander, grated carrots and cucumbers to the yoghurt rice.

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Recipe Name: Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice

Author: Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

Description: Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice is a delicious and simple to cook south Indian recipe in which cooked rice is blended with curd and a tempering is added to it. It's a full meal in itself and maybe had any time of the day.

Preperation time: 2M

Cook Time: 10M

Total Time: 12M

Type: entree

Recipe Yield: 2 servings

Recipe Ingredients: 1½ tbsp extra virgin oil, 3 sprigs curry leaves, 2 green chillies finely chopped, 1 tsp crushed ginger, ½ tsp hing asafetida, 3 cups white rice long grain (cooked), 1 cup curd, 2 tsp FoodAllTime Tadka, Salt to taste

Recipe Instructions: Heat oil over medium heat in kadhai/ wok/ saucepan. Add FoodAllTime Tadka and once it splutters add ginger, curry leaves and green chillies. When the curry leaves turn crisp, add hing and turn down the stove. Add rice, salt and stir until everything is fully incorporated. Cook for 2 minutes on slow flame with lid on. Remove from fire and rest for 5 minutes (keep the lid on.) Remove lid and add the curd. Stir thoroughly and adjust the salt as per your taste. Served warm, serve chilled or pack for tiffin.

Calories: 190 per serve

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Summary

Easy To Cook Flavoured Curd Rice is a delicious and simple to cook south Indian recipe in which cooked rice is blended with curd and a tempering is added to it. It’s a full meal in itself and maybe had any time of the day.

Pros

Curd rice is one of the excellent things to eat when you have an upset stomach. It is simple to digest and the probiotic facilitates inside the growth of bacteria which aids in digestion. It cools the body and enables in retaining inner body temperature.

Cons

Before adding curd, make sure the rice is cooled down because adding curd to warm rice will kill the live cultures within the curd and might not be friendly to the flora and fauna tummy!

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