Curd Rice (Daddojanam)
Updated: Aug 7, 2020
What is Curd Rice..?
Curd rice also called yogurt rice, is a dish originating from India. The word "curd" in Indian English refers to unsweetened probioticyogurt. It is most popular in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
The dish is a staple of traditional cuisine, with the untempered version present at the end of almost every south indian meal. The tempered version is often served during formal occasions and also offered as prasadam (blessed food) to devotees in temples.
Curd rice is nothing but curd (yogurt) mixed with cooked rice, herbs and then tempered. Curd rice is also known as thayir sadam or daddojanam or bagala bath in some South Indian languages.
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1 cup Cooked Rice
1 cup Curd
2 tbsp Cream
Salt to taste (1/2 tbsp)
3 tbsp Oil
1 tbsp Mustard seeds
1 pinch Asafoetida
1 tbsp Split black gram
Chopped coriander leaves
Take cooked rice in a mixing bowl. Add curd in it and mix well.
Now add fresh cream and mix.
For tempering in a pan take oil and add mustard seeds, pinch of asafoetida, green chillies, split black gram and curry leaves.
Then add this tempering on the rice, sprinkle chopped coriander, salt and combine well.