Kadugu sadam recipe, South Indian rice varieties

Kadugu sadam | mustard seeds rice, is a traditional no onion no garlic South Indian rice variety, can be prepared during festivals like kannu pongal or aadi perukku. The recipe of kadugu sadam comes with step by step pictures and video too. I have posted many South Indian rice varieties like Karuvepillai sadam, kothamalli sadam, Iyengar puliyodarai and more. This kadugu sadam is very easy and simple to make, you can make the spice powder mix in advance and mix it with rice whenever needed. Check out my complete collection of Pongal festival recipes. 
Kadugu Sadam



Kadugu sadam recipe 
KAdugu sadam recipe

  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 10 Minutes
  • Serves: 2
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner
  • Description: Kadugu sadam | mustard seeds rice, is a traditional no onion no garlic South Indian rice variety, can be prepared during festivals like kannu pongal or aadi perukku.
     Cooked rice   2 cups
     Sesame oil  2 tsp
     Cooking oil  2 tsp
     Mustard seed   1/4 tsp
     Peanuts  2 tblsp
    Curry leaves   few
  To roast and grind
    Mustard seeds   2 tsp
    Urad dal  1 tsp
    Channa dal  1 tsp
    Pepper  1 tsp
    Red chili  2
    Coriander seeds  1 tsp


Method :

  • In a pan dry roast the ingredients mentioned under 'To roast and grind'.
  • Dry roast till the dals turn golden color. 
  • Allow them to cool. You can add 1-2 tblsp of kopra too.
  • If using fresh coconut, roast them for 2 minutes and then add. 
  • Cook the rice into separate grains, spread in a wide plate and keep it aside. 
  • Raw rice works well for this. 
  • Grind the roasted ingredients into a fine powder. 
  • In a pan add the cooking oil and add the mustard seeds, peanuts and curry leaves. 
  • Once the peanuts are done, switch off the flame. 
  • Transfer it to the plate where we spread the rice. 
  • Add the ground kadugu powder mix.
  • Add salt and 2 tsp of sesame oil.
  • Mix everything evenly and gently, without breaking the rice. 
  • Kadugu sadam is ready to serve.
  • This tastes best with appalam or vadam. You can serve along with a veg raita too. 
                                                     Video of how to make Kadugu Sadam 


Notes:
  1. A small piece of tamarind can be added while roasting the spices. 
  2. This kadugu powder can be made before hand and mixed with rice whenever needed. 
  3. Koparai can be added while grinding to enhance the taste of the Kadugu sadam.
    

Kadugu sadam

Method with step by step pictures  :

  • In a pan dry roast the ingredients mentioned under 'To roast and grind'.
  • Dry roast till the dals turn golden color. 
Kadugu sadam 1
  • Allow them to cool. You can add 1-2 tblsp of kopra too.
  • If using fresh coconut, roast them for 2 minutes and then add. 
  • Cook the rice into separate grains, spread in a wide plate and keep it aside. 
  • Raw rice works well for this. 
  • Grind the roasted ingredients into a fine powder. 
kadugu sadam 2
  • In a pan add the cooking oil and add the mustard seeds, peanuts and curry leaves. 
  • Once the peanuts are done, switch off the flame. 
kadugu sadam 3
  • Transfer it to the plate where we spread the rice. 
  • Add the ground kadugu powder mix.
kadugu sadam 4
  • Add salt and 2 tsp of sesame oil.
  • Mix everything evenly and gently, without breaking the rice. 
  • Kadugu sadam is ready to serve.
  • This tastes best with appalam or vadam. You can serve along with a veg raita too. 
Kadugu-sadam
Notes:
  1. A small piece of tamarind can be added while roasting the spices. 
  2. This kadugu powder can be made before hand and mixed with rice whenever needed. 
  3. Koparai can be added while grinding to enhance the taste of the Kadugu sadam. 
   
 

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