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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Arsi Kanji | Rice Porridge!

Rice Kanji or porridge is a very good food suggestion for stomach, who are aged above 70 years or unwell. This simple recipe does not harm and easily digestible. My Father in law used to drink night this one and was feeling better.

Boiled rice/Idli rice - 2 cups

Preparation Method

Heat a kadai, dry roast the rice till you get good aroma.
Switch off allow to cool.
Grind it coarsely to rava size. Not fully powder, then it will be paste when you cook.
Make it and store for a week or until required.

To make Kanji

Take 2 tablspoons the rice powder, add 3 cups water.
Pressure cook for 3-4 whistles.

Once pressure is up, add salt and mix well. If its very thick can add little hot water and mix.

Serve as it is or with sambar, rasam, poduthul or pickle.

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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Simple Moong Dal | Pasiparuppu Soup!

Moong Dal/Pasiparuppu Soup is a very comforting and light on stomach. This was prepared for my father in law who was having stomach ulcer and was on non-spicy food. He liked it and so am sharing.

Moong Dal/Pasiparuppu - 1/2 cup

Ghee - 1/4 tspn
Mustard - a pinch
Hing/Asafotida - a pinch
Coriander/Cilantro - 1 tspn
Turmeric - a pinch
Green Chilli - Optional

Preparation Method
Wash, rinse and cook dal in pressure cooker with water for 4 whistles.
Once the pressure is gone, remove excess water and mash the dal with whisk fully. If it is not getting mashed, allow it to cool and grind in mixie.
In a kadai, season with ghee, mustard, hing.
Add the mashed or grounded dal mix and stir well. At this time you can add the excess dal water. It should not be too thick or too watery.
Add salt and stir. Allow it to boil.
Garnish with coriander leaves.

Simple Moong Dal/Pasiparuppu Soup is ready to serve.


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