Thursday, 1 May 2014

Coconut rice | Thenga sadam | Coconut pilav


This is one quick and easy rice dish to use up left over rice.



A few things before we start:
  • You can use left over rice or freshly cooked rice. 
  • Dessicated coconut can be used; however, the taste is some what compromised.
  • Add some dried red chillies together with whole spices if you like the heat. 
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Coconut rice / pilav
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Ingredients

1- Boiled Rice- 2 cups
2- Salt to taste
3- Peanuts- 2 tsp
    cashews- 2 tsp
4- Coriander Seeds- 1 tsp
    Cumin Seeds-1 tsp
5- Coconut- 1 cup chopped
    Curry leaves-10-12

Method:

  • Heat 1 tbsp oil in a wide pan and fry peanuts and cashews. Keep aside. 
  • To the same oil add coriander and cumin seeds followed by curry leaves and coconut
  • Add in cooked rice and mix to combine.
  • Add the fried peanuts and cashews, mix well.


 Cheers 
Sherin Deepu

4 comments:

  1. Hard to resist to this fantastic coconut rice, love to have with crushed papads.

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  2. delicious one pot meal!!!

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  3. One of my favorite variety rice, looks delicious..

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  4. yummy & delicious coconut rice...lovely clicks too

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