This recipe is completely different from all the other recipes, all the others were savory or sweet. But here I have mixed curd/yogurt and green chilies with poha/aval and so it has both sour and little spicy taste. This dish is good for summers. I have made this as an offering to Lord Krishna for Krishna Jeyanthi / Janmastami / Gokulastami. Let us move on to the recipeâ€¦
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Yield / Serves
â€¢ Aval / Poha / Beaten Rice â€“ 1 cup
â€¢ Curd / Yogurt â€“ Â½ cup
â€¢ Green chili â€“ 1 no
â€¢ Mustard seeds â€“ Â¼ tsp
â€¢ Split Blackgram â€“ Â¼ tsp
â€¢ Cucumber â€“ 1 no
â€¢ Asafoetida /Hing / Perungayam â€“ a pinch
â€¢ Curry leaves â€“ a sprig
â€¢ Salt to taste
â€¢ Oil â€“ a tsp
â€¢Soak the aval/poha in water for 5 mins.
â€¢Finely chop the green chilies, peel and finely chop the cucumber.
â€¢Heat oil in a kadhai, add mustard, black gram, asafoetida, green chili and curry leaves. Wait until they crackle.
â€¢Meanwhile beat the curd/yogurt and keep it aside.
â€¢Drain the water from the soaked poha/aval, transfer it to a bowl, pour in the curd/yogurt with little salt.
â€¢Mix them well. Add in the finely chopped cucumber and give a stir.
Serve after lunch or during lunch, good for summers.
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