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    Soak and drain basmati rice for at least 30 mins.
    Melt good quality butter in pan and fry cinnamon, cloves, star anise & cardamom.
    Next add chopped onions and fry till soft.
    Follow this with chopped tomatoes.
    Next add garlic-ginger paste which has been ground with cashews and almonds.
    Add more butter to get a smooth paste.
    Add sliced fresh red chilly (cut long) and salt.
    Finally add soaked rice and give it a good stir.
    Transfer to cooker and add sufficient water (rice 1:1.5 water) and cook
    Garnish with pre fried cashews and fresh coriander leaves.
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    Chef, I will be returning home tomorrow afternoon. Can't wait to prepare Butter Rice and Chicken this sunday. I will keep you posted.
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    Butter Rice & Chicken Dry



    Thanks for the recipe Chef, the dishes were delicious.

    I did not have curry & corriander leaves, hightime I do my shopping ... LoL; I added chashew nuts directly with the cooking rice as I like them soft & salty. For the rest, I followed your instructions. The chicken was too good with the dry chilli soaked & smashed (I did not add potatoes though).
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    Very impressive Karthik... hats off to you!
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    Hello nga nov ngovvv.... mappi.... mm... hope your kitchen doors are open.... suvai Vijayam onlyyy for vegetarian table☺️����
    The other day I made this pudalangai kootu. thought of good old days at kugan...mrs Mano... .

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    Pudalangai kootu:
    Pudalangai cut into usual pieces about 1 plus handful

    To boil
    Kadalai parupu 2 T
    Pasi parupu 4 T
    Turmeric
    Washed cut pudalangai

    To grind
    Lavangam 1
    Pattai half inch
    GG paste half or one tsp - Can add if u want... nan use pannalai
    Grated coconut 2 to 3 T
    1/2 to one tsp chilli powder or accordingly
    1 T onion
    Can add g chilli if u want
    Now grind all of the above to a smooth fine paste and keep aside
    I used hot water to grind frozen coconut��

    In a vessel add 2 tsp nallennai
    Konjam kadugu, jeeragam... karuvepilai.. now add one onion cut small...let it fry till limp.. now add one small tomato cut finely cover and cook till tomatoes are really cooked.
    Now add to this parupu plus boiled pudalangai
    Keep this on low heat.. add enough salt
    Now add to this parupu mixture the coconut paste stir and let it cook in medium low heat for at least five to seven minutes or till raw smell goes.

    Add a little more karuvepilai coriander leaves

    Goes well with rice and ghee
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    Try senji paarunga��

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    en samayal araiyil... for Purattasi Sani

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    Hello nga novvvv ngovvv...... superrrrr ... yummy looking spread..... kaila eduthu vaayila pottukanum pola iruku ��....��....��....��
    What pachadi is it? Looks very different with konjam thayir!....?
    What portal... cauliflower ah?

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    Hello nga novvvv ngovvv..... amazing spread.... kaila eduthu apadiye vaayila pottukanum pola iruku ngovvv.....
    What pachadi and poriyal..... both look interesting.....
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    Namma veetila.... thengai sadam , oru roast.... oru chips.... javarisi payasam ( not my fav) maybe ambaal May like it.... tomorrow verkadalai sundal for sure... ☺️

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    Sorry the first post I accidentally clicked something something and it got lost so sat to type the second....

    Pls ignore the first..... hahaha

    Did u give us yr puliyotharai recipe?

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