Monday, January 25, 2010

THENGAI SADAM RECIPE | COCONUT RICE RECIPE

Coconut rice  
 Coconut Rice | Thengai Sadam  is a very simple dish ,can be done quickly. An ideal dish for lunch box,which i normally prepare once a week. Generally it is made in South Indian houses on the occasion of aadi 18 and Kannu pongal. Check out other south Indian rice varieties, Iyengar Puliyodarai and Pudina rice.


Coconut rice recipe

  Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 3

     Coconut grated   4 tblsp
     Raw rice | basmati rice   1/2 cup
     Coconut oil   1 tsp
     Cooking oil  1 tsp
     Ghee  1/2 tsp
     Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
     Channa dal   1 tsp
     Urad dal  1 tblsp
     Fried gram  1 tsp
     Green chili  2
     Red chili  1
     Salt   as needed
     Raw peanuts   1 tblsp
     


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Method: 
  • Cook rice and allow it to cool. The grains should not be sticky.
  • In a kadai,add the cooking oil and temper the mustard seeds,channa dal, peanuts, fried gram,urad dhal and red chili, green chilli. When it is done add it on the top of the rice.
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  • Add the ghee in the same kadai and fry the scrapped coconut till golden brown. Keep a close watch ,it shouldn't get burnt.
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  • Add salt to it. Mix it along with the rice and smear the coconut oil and mix gently.
  • Add a few curry leaves.Serve with pappad/vadagam/avial
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32 comments:

  1. I love this rice....Loved that vadam/fryum ..yummy one

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  2. Simple and delicous rice...even i do coconut rice but slightly different one...ur version seems really nice..thanks for sharing jeyashri

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  3. My all time favourite...just love with papads...

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  4. congratulations for the award!!

    thengai saadham looks delicious with the vathal, nice combination; this recipe sounds new to me, we make the same with the coconut milk instead of the coconut scrapings; will try this next time!! cheers!!

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  5. Congrats on your award .Coconut rice and that vadam you have kept by the side is really tempting me.

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  6. Absolutely simple n delicious rice dear.. DH doesnt like it, otherwise I love to have it with vadams.. And congrats on your awards too!

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  7. Nice presentation and lovely coconut rice...nice combo with vathal!!

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  8. Congrats on your award! Lovely rice and the vadam on the side are really tempting:)

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  9. Beautiful clicks dear....Never tried this rice..Looks yummy.

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  10. Looks very tempting, love thengai sadam with Avial or Morkuzhambu combination. Awesome pictures and congrats on your awards.

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  11. Coconut rice looks so divine...tempting clicks...

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  12. Our family favs just prepared for Kanum. Nice photos.

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  13. oh wow!!!!!Super!!!!nice click too.....

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  14. nice click..very simple and delicious..very much like the phodni bhath!!

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  15. Congrats on ur award... My all time fav... Rice looks lovely and delicious..

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  16. Jeyashri, coconut rice looks awesome da. Eye capturing click!!!

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  17. Nice recipe and congratulations on your award

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  18. I too make a similar way,I add lots of urad dal :)
    Did your mom made those vadams for you or store bought?

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  19. thanks friends for ur lovely comments.
    Raji, vadams are made by my mom.she never allows me to buy from the store.

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  20. Hey Jeyashri

    thanks a bunch for dropping by and for wonderful comment..coconut rice and all your paneer dishes are mouthwatering and awesome...following you:))

    cheers

    joyofcooking247.blogspot.com

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  21. I like the way u presented it, lovley pictures, boxed instruction...very well done post, dear.:) Love thengai saadam, yummmm:)

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  22. Congrats ! Thengai sadam looks fantastic..Loved the clicks too

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  23. wow, my husband loves this rice..thanks for sharing..lovely click.

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  24. Very nice..My MIL makes it nicely :) urs is also looking equally good :)

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  25. congrats for award, rice looks so delicious

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  26. Really nice and easy to prepare meal. However, I'd rather use coconut oil as well when cooking the mustard seeds,channa dal, freid gram,urad dhal and green chilli. I love using this oil when cooking or even for moisturizing my skin and hair due to the coconut oil benefits it gives.

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  27. Looks lovely Jeyashri. In my version, we soak about a handful of urad dhal in water and allow it to swell up in some time and THEN add it to the tadka so it makes it look fuller and also accents the taste. BYW why doesnt your blog allow wordpress comments???


    Shobha
    www.anubhavati.wordpress.com

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  28. A very simple recipe...but tasted great. Thanks for sharing Jeya....Kudos...

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  29. When I was young (long time ago), my mother prepare thangai sadam, especeillay when we eat outside (on the beach for the day). I like it very much. Her recipe is more or less the same. She add dried chilli and cashew nut. I always use fresh coconut. The result is great. Thank you.

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  30. Congrates to you for your award. Its nice and very tasty rice. Well presented. Keep rocking Jey.

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  31. Thank you. It was soo yummy:)

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