Heat up a kadai and dry roast the til seeds (also known as sesame seeds or Ellu in Tamil) without adding oil. Remove it. In the same kadai put a teaspoon of oil and roast Bengal gram dhal, red chillies and asafetida. Cool it and powder it along with fried til seeds and salt.
Put the cooked rice in a broad vessel and add required til powder along with few drops of oil. Mix thoroughly and serve.
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Tried out, very tasty something different.
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Thank you very much for this post.
I had to prepare this for a Homan at home. I went about it word by word and it came out perfectly. This is the first time ever that I did it. Thanks a ton!
Thank u so much Kamala aunty.
Your website is helping me to eat well n differently. also helps me to gain a good name in my family.
Excellent recepies.the photos have kindled my hunger.
Can u tell me how to make proper iyengar puliyodharai and pumpkin molaghuttal.
Thanks a lot.