Lemon Rice is one of my favorite ways to use up any leftover rice. It’s super tasty and takes less than 10 minutes from start to finish! [recipe in blog archives]
What’s your fave way to use leftover rice? 🤔
Last night I was craving for something tasty,tangy and that can be easily cooked. The lazy me made my hubby cook the rice and I just seasoned it with some onions, chillies and made yummy chitranna/lemon rice. The stir fried okra and yogurt turned out to be perfect combo. 😋😋 My taste buds were happy finally 😁😁 #lemonrice #okrafry #dinner #chitranna
Finally tried idli (fermented rice pancakes) & the texture’s a bit like huat kueh (发糕)! :3 Also tried the plain dosai (my fav. Indian food) and it was super duper crispy, with a taste similar to that of rosti 😋 Love how there’s a whopping four dips served to you on a banana leaf, plus another small (& unfortunately disposable ><) bowl of liquidy dhal curry. The orangey dip is made from tomato, the green dip made from mint (which made it taste a lil’ like the Hakka thunder tea broth), and the mustard-looking dip is made from mint and other things I can’t quite make out.
My dad ordered the Mini Meal which wasn’t mini at all — it came with sambar rice, lemon rice & curd rice, along with two curries, a really crispy pappadam?, a super sour & another super sweet side (which we didn’t like whoops). Dad loved the lemon rice the most, so he ate them all & left some of the sambar rice to me when he couldn’t finish his set 😝
P.S: Bring your own reusable cutlery & cups!
Rosemary and lemon charred lamb kebabs over lemony rice served with a dairy free cucumber and mint yogurt raita. We also had some roasted farmer’s market carrots to go with. Fun summer dinner🌱🍋🥕🍚🍽