Rice & Green Moong Lentil
To Serve: 1 OR 2 Persons
Time Taken: About 30 minutes
Green Moon Dal( This is moong lentils with the green covering unlike the yellow moong dal): 4 heaping Table Spoons.
Rice: 4 heaping Table Spoons.
Turmeric Powder: 1/4 Tea Spoon
Salt: To Taste
Water: 400 ml.
Some Sugar & a Little Clarified Butter and Milk OR 200 gm Fresh Curd. As per choice.
Mix the lentil and rice together and clean and wash the mixture in water and let it soak in water for 10-15 minutes.
Throw away the water used to soak the lentils & rice mixture and put the mixture in a pressure cooker. Add about 400 ml of water with the salt and the turmeric powder.
Pressure cook at high flame till the cooker whistles once then lower the flame to simmer for 10 minutes. Switch off the flame after 10 minutes. Let the cooker cool down on its own for 5-10 minutes.
The ‘khichari’ is ready to be served.
It can be eaten with salt as it is Or with milk and sugar and clarified butter Or with fresh curd and salt or sugar Or with only sugar.
It is very light on the stomach and is generally made when somebody is recuperating from an illness.
The 50:50 ratio of the rice and green moong dal can be varied according to a persons choice.
If you are in a hurry and do not have the time or inclination to soak the rice and green moong dal mixture in water before pressure cooking the mixture just wash the rice and dal thoroughly in water and add 100 ml extra water to the mixture and cook for the stipulated time.
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Everybody knows exactly how his or her cup of Tea should be made.Either its made the right way or it is not tea.
This is how I make my cup of tea.
1/2 cup Milk
1/2 cup Water
1 heaping tea spoon of sugar
1 heaping tea spoon of generic tea granules
Mix everything in a pan and boil it till the color of the cocoction is golden brown. The Tea is Ready to be served with freshly minted morning news paper.
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