Normal rice – 1 cup
Avara paruppu – ¼ cup
Ground nut oil – 4 spoons
Mustard seeds – 1/2 tea spoon
Garlic – 4 no’s (crushed)
Small onion – 15 no’s (cleaned)
Red chili – 2 no’s
Curry leaves – 1 sprig
Coriander leaves – few
Red chili powder – 1 spoon
Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
Coconut – 4 spoons (cut it to cubes)
Tomato- 1 chopped (Country tomato)
Salt to taste
First soak the rice and dal for 20 minutes and wash the soaked rice and keep it aside.
Switch on the stove place a cooker add ground nut oil, allow it to heat, and then add mustard seeds allow it to splutter.
Then add crushed garlic, fry for a minute.
Add the small onion and fry till it become light brown colour.
Next add red chili, curry leaves and coriander leaves, then add tomato and fry for two minutes now add salt, red chili powder, turmeric powder and fry for a minute.
This is right time to add coconut pieces and then fry for two minutes.
After that add water and allow it to boil.(if you want the rice is become mushy means use 2 and half cups water other wise use only 2 cups water)
Pour the washed rice and dal closed the lid, cook for 3 whistles
Now switch off the stove and allow it to cool naturally.
Hot and spicy kongu style avara paruppu sadam with coconut is now ready to serve.
- Use homemade ghee for this Coimbatore Style Arisi Paruppu Sadam and brinjal, potato curry.
- It’s very nice combination.
- Here i used tomato, without tomato also you can prepare this kongu style avara paruppu sadam with coconut.
- More Variety Rice from Famous Indian Recipes : Curd Rice recipe | tomato rice recipe | Mint rice recipe | Arisi Paruppu sadham | Tamarind Rice recipe | Tomato Biryani recipe | Thinai arisi sambar sadam
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