Cream & curd rice is simple & tasty recipes made with homemade ingredients. This combination is very creamy for your lunch meal & very healthy too.
My daughter is a fan of rice meals & I always try to make different variations of rice. Many people love eating rice in the afternoon because that gives a good base of dry & gravy tastes in mouth plus it fills your tummy till evening tea time.
Just a tip for you. Use little gravy curd than thick curd. You will have fun in eating with little gravy side of rice. You can add some garnishing with black pepper also & some crunchy potato fried balls over the top.
My daughter loves my food so much that we decided to make it professional practice by giving lunch meals with the name of Rini’s kitchen. And people just loved our ideas.
Do let me know in the comment section if you want me to try other variations also. I will be really happy to help you with cooking.
Ingredients of Cream and Curd Rice
Oil - 1.5 Tablespoon
Salt- to taste
Basmati rice - 2 bowls
Curd - 500 gms
Cream - 100 gms
Cheese - 2 cubes
Butter - as per requirement
Onion sliced - 1 Pcs
Red Chilli Powder - 1 Teaspoon
Turmeric powder - 1/2 Teaspoon
Green masala - 1 Tablespoon (paste of green chilies garlic ginger and coriander)
Red edible color - A pinch
Cumin seeds - 1/4 Teaspoon
Cloves - 2
Black pepper - 2
Cinnamon - 1
Steps for Cream and Curd Rice
First of all wash rice & partly boil by adding 2 to 3 drops of oil and salt to taste.
After the rice is boiled remove it in another vessel and drain the water.
Add edible red color so that the rice looks red & White in color.
Heat the pan add cumin seeds, cloves, cinnamon, black pepper, and green masala.
Let it stir for while then add curd & mix it up.
Stir it for 1 to 2 min & see that the curd doesn’t get burnt.
Then add boiled rice on the layer of curd & let it set.
Add butter & grated cheese & let it set on low flame for 5 to 7 min.
Lastly caramelized the sliced onion in oil & garnish it. Serve it hot.
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