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Bhojanam / Thali / Platter # 10

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Recipe Cooked, Photographed and Written by Praveena

PrepTime:30 mins   CookTime:45 mins   Cuisine:Indian

I’m very much pleased to share this, Bhojanam / Thali / Platter which is a completely NO-ONION NO-GARLIC style meals from South Indian Cuisine. It has :

Sides: 1) Lauki ka dal / Sorakaya Pappu 2) Arbi  / Chemadumpa / Colocasia / Taro root Stir Fry 3) Instant Chaaru / Rasam / Soup 4) Fresh Homemade Curds / Yogurt  Main:  Steamed White rice / Vedi Annam topped with homemade ghee / neyyi.  Condiment: Slice of Lime, Homemade papads / poppadams  Dessert: None

My Daily thali / platters collection⇒ Bhojanam / Thali / Meal Platter

Festive Thali(s) / Platter(s) collection⇒  Vindhu Bhojanam / Festive Lunch

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TIPS & PLAN TO FOLLOW

For this platter the major time saving method I used is, pot-in-pot method, that is layering 2 separate vessels one above another in a pressure cooker to cook.  

I cooked the dal / lentils and the arbi / taro root in my pressure cooker pot-in-pot method, which takes just 10-12 mins. Meanwhile I completed the chaaru / rasam on stove-top. And then continued with the spicing/tempering them up separately on stove-top. Made the rice in rice cooker (20 mins). 

Multi-tasking and using the gadgets appropriately is the key. All made simultaneously but attentively.🙂 

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