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Curd rice is a highly favored delicacy in South India, also referred to as dahi bhaat in North India. The preparation of curd rice is a breeze, making it a hassle-free dish to make.
In North India, curd rice often fails to appeal to people due to the perception that it is a plain and uninspiring dish. However, I have come up with a desi tadka that elevates the simple curd rice and transforms it into a delectable and enticing dish. Curd is a rich source of complete protein, calcium, and carbohydrates, and makes curd rice a light, wholesome, and satisfying meal. By adding pomegranate, I have enhanced the taste and given it a unique twist. Additionally, I have included cashews in the seasoning to make it more appealing to children.
Curd rice with pomegranate can be enjoyed as either a side dish or a main course. I highly recommend trying this mouth-watering recipe and would love to hear your thoughts on it. Happy cooking, Shuchi
Raita is a yogurt based Indian dish. It is a coolant and is generally served as an accompaniment to the spicy main dishes. Mangoes are one of the most popular tropical fruits. Big thanks to my bhabhi (sister-in-law) who shared this delicious, healthy, quick and very easy raita recipe with me. Mint enhances the flavor of this raita..
The word boondi has come from a Hindi word Boond means drop. Boondis are small deep fried balls of gram flour. This raita goes very well with vegetable Biryani, and also with poori and aloo tamatar ka rasa...
Methi paneer pulav is a delicious rice delicacy. Methi (fenugreek) leaves are mildly bitter in taste, having significant medicinal values. Methi is a little bitter in taste and paneer has a very soft taste, so they go together very well. This pulav is made with a combination of methi and paneer to balance the flavor......
Tehri is a rice preparation with seasonal vegetables. It is very popular in north India and mainly in Uttar Pradesh(UP). It is a delicious rice preparation, and is especially enjoyable in witer months when we have fresh carrots, peas etc. There are various ways to make tehri -- while some people like to add soya nuggets in the tehri.