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Tag: Meal Mix

Meal Mix

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  • Avalakki Chitranna or Poha is a popular breakfast dish made with flattened rice ( a flat,dry , flakes of rice.)

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    Method :

    In a kadai, add 1.5 tsp oil/ghee, 1/2 chopped med onion(optional). Fry until cooked. Bring to boil 1 cup water. Add salt as per taste (about 1/2tsp rcmd).Add Param Poha Mix while stirring on simmer. Garnish with chopped coriander , lime juice .Serve hot with pickle or chutney or chutney powder.

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  • Idly is a steamed , soft and fluffy delicacy made from a fermented batter of rice and urad dal. A high protein and light breakfast – it is typically eaten with sambar and chutney.

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    Method:

    add 1/4 part curd and 3/4 cup wateR. Whisk well. Rest 4 hours min or overnight. Add about 1/2 tsp salt just before pouring into idly moulds. To make instantly soak for 15 minutes with a pinch of baking soda. Serve hot with chutney or chutney powder. Please note: If not using soda or eno, Keep in warm place or in pre-heated oven. ( fermentation occurs best 26-32C. )

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  • Jeera rice is a popular Indian dish made with Basmati rice (long grained rice ) and cumin seeds (jeera). It’s enjoyed with a side of gravy.

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    Method:

    In a pressure cooker, add 2 tsp ghee, saute 1/2 chopped med. onion(optional). Add 1 cup water. Add Param Jeera Mix while stirring. Cook for 1 whistle. Serve hot with gravy of your choice.

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  • Kharabath is a popular breakfast dish from Karnataka made with Semolina. It’s a masala variant of the popular Rava Upma.

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    Method:

    In a kadai, add 2 tsp ghee, saute 1/2 chopped med. onion, 1/2 tomato, 1/8 cup vegetables of your choice. Add 3 cups water and boil. Add kharabath while stirring on simmer. Garnish with chopped coriander , lime juice.(optional). Serve hot with pickle or chutney or chutney powder

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  • Khichdi is a spicier variant of the pongal , typically eaten with vegetables in South India. A high protein breakfast made with rice and lentils.

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    Method:

    In a pressure cooker, add 2 tbsp ghee/oil, fry 1 med chopped onion, 1 med chopped tomato(optional) .Bring to boil 3 cups water. Add salt according to taste( 1/2 tsp recmd) . Cook for 2 whistles. Serve hot .

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  • Pesarettu is a type of dosa or crepe or cheela originating from Andhra Pradesh. It’s made entirely out of green gram and doesnt require fermentation. A high protein breakfast.

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    Method: 

    Mix Pesarettu Mix with water without lumps to a dosa batter consistency. Whisk for a minute. Pour the batter on hot tawa with a ladle and spread evenly. Garnish dosa on top with chopped onion coriander(optional). Serve hot with chutney or chutney powder.

     

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  • Pongal is a popular South Indian dish made with rice and dal. Popularly made with ghee, it is enjoyed with chutney and/or sambar on the side. A high protein breakfast.

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    Method:

    Bring to boil water 3 cups water in pressure cooker. To boiled water, add Pongal mix, salt according to taste(about 1/2 tsp rcmd) and 2 tbsp ghee (optional).Cook for 3-4 whistles.Serve hot with chutney or chutney powder or sambar(optional).

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  • Rava dosa is a type of dosa made from a thin batter of semolina or rava. A popular south indian dish , its enjoyed on its own or eaten with chutney and/or sambar.

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    Method:

    Add water as required to make a watery consistency. Add salt according to taste(1/2tsp rcmd.) Add chopped coriander(optional) and pour from slight height starting from corners on Hot tava pour thin dosa using a cup / ladle.. Add chopped onion and/ or green chilli on top (optional).Serve hot with chutney or chutney powder.

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  • Rava Idly is a south indian break fast dish made with semolina/rava. Its a variant of idly.

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    Method:

    Mix Rava Idly Mix with 1/2 cup curd and 1/2 cup water without any lumps and whish for 1 minute. Rest for 15 minutes. Pour into idli moulds and steam for 10 minutes. Serve hot with chutney or chutney powder.

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  • Rava Upma is a simple dish made with semolina. Typically eaten as a snack, It can also  be enjoyed as a snack.

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    Method:

    In a kadai, add 1.5 tsp oil/ghee, 1/2 chopped med onion,1/2 chopped med tomato , 1/8 cup vegetables of your choice.(optional).Fry until cooked. Add 3 parts water for every 1 part and boil. Add salt as per taste (about 1/2tsp rcmd).Add Param Upma Mix while stirring on simmer. Garnish with chopped coriander and/or lime juice. (optional)Serve hot with pickle or chutney or chutney powder.

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