Curd rice
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Author sakhi586 Yield No Value
Published Dec 3, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Rices Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Rice Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Curd rice or Yogurt rice is a simple delicacy made in South India. Cooked rice is combined with curd or yoghurt and then seasoned with chilly, curry leaves, ginger, urad dal, mustard seeds, Channa dal and hing.

Recipe of Curd rice

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Green Chillies 1 Numbers
Ginger 1 Piece
Salt 1 To Taste
Urad Dal 1 Teaspoons
Curds 300 ml
Mustard Seeds 1 Pinch
Rice 200 Grams
Curry Leaves 1 Springs
Oil Or Ghee 1 Tablespoons
Sour Cream Or Fresh Cream 1 Cup
Hing 1 Pinch
Chopped Coriander Leaves 1 Pinch


1. Boil rice, adding salt. cool slightly.
2. mix with curds
3. chop green chillies and ginger fine.
4. Heat oil. fry mustard seeds urad dal cumin and asafoetida.
5. add curry leaves and chopped ingredients. saute for 2 minutes
6. Switch off the fire and add the rice curds mixture to the pan
7. mix well. serve with with pickles.
Posted Dec 3, 2007

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Gopinath Apr 11, 2011
Hi Sanjay, me and my wife learned cooking by going through your videos. Thank u very much and we are proud that your are from AP.

Nami Sep 26, 2010
This chef looks like a dhabha bawarchi to me. He's adding hing like dhania powder. And using so much ghee..totally insane..

kavita Agarwal Dec 31, 2009
When you eat at the end of the show...that's the best part of it..

We feel like being just there to taste along with you..

Thank you for the wonderful recipes

Leela Bala Nov 14, 2009
I really enjoy watching all your videos.. They are so simple and yet so very encouraging and seem so easy to make always. Thanks for sharing.

Neha Gupta Sep 22, 2009
Wow... I tried this recipe... Its just amazing... I used to make it but without adding ginger, green chillies and coriander leaves... But after adding all these ingradients its tasting much better...
Thank You so much...

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