Dahi Semiya

This is a simple but yet lovely breakfast for a summer morning, though its supposed to be summer here like yesterday but we had some flurries on Saturday night, I could not stop my self from making this.

This is my contribution to the Fun 'n' Sun event hosted by easycrafts.





Ingredients
1 cup semiya
11/2 cup plain yogurt
1/4 cup milk
1/2 inch ginger grated
1 green chili, chopped
1/3 cup cucumber, chopped
1 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp Channa dal
1/4 tsp urad dal
1/4 tsp oil
2 dry red chili (optional)
little curry leaves (optional)
3 tbsp coriander leaves, chopped
salt to taste
Sev/Bhujiya/boondi for garnish

Method

  1. Cook Semiya as per packet instructions. Drain and keep aside.
  2. In a large bowl beat the yogurt well, add the milk, salt and cucumber.
  3. Once the semiya is cooled add it to the yogurt and mix well.
  4. Heat oil in a pan, add the dry red chili.
  5. Add the mustard seeds, channa dal and urad dal.
  6. Once they start to splutter switch of the gas, add the green chilies and ginger and pour over the yogurt and semiya mixture.
  7. Mix in the coriander leaves. Adjust seasoning.
  8. Serve with Spicy sev, bhujiya or bhoondi.

12 comments:

Uma said...

looks delicious.

Divya Vikram said...

looks yummy Medhaa..a different dish with semiya..

Sagari said...

this is a new recipe for me medha

Cham said...

Lovely dish for summer, could have send it to fun n sun event Medhaa.

SMN said...

This sounds nice. thanks for sharing

Pallavi said...

Medhaa -

This sounds very interesting with Semiya. I make similar thing with Rice. Will try this for sure. I love the name of your blog :) Thanks for your comments on "Raitha".

- Pallavi @ All Things Yummy (http://pallavi-foodblog.blogspot.com)

Mallugirl said...

hm.. kind of like a dahi rice, right?where are u from, medha?

Medhaa said...

Thank you so much, Thank you Cham I sent in my entry did not know about the event.

Mallugirl - yes it is like curd rice just that instead of rice we add semiya. I am basically from Bangalore but am in Canada from 2000. You must be from Kerela. Thank you for dropping by.

LG said...

Looks so good Medha. Really a comfort food!

easycrafts said...

Thanks for sending in this lovely look semiya dish for the event..Quite new to me too

Swapna said...

Hi...that semiya looks lovely...exactly what we need in this heat. Thanks........

Andhra Flavors said...

Hi medha, dehi semiya looks delicious.

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