South Indian curd rice recipe is also known as thayir Sadam traditionally. The fantastic recipe can be prepared in just 15 minutes with a combination of cooked rice and some fresh curd. With mustard seed tempering added over it, the recipe can be prepared on weekends or random days to get a different taste altogether.
Having curd and rice along with normal dal and roti is definitely common. But when you combine curd and rice in a way to prepare such a fabulous recipe, food tastes impeccable. Nutritious South Indian recipe doesn’t require you to think twice before preparing it. It is so easy and quick that you can even pack it for lunch or have it as an evening snack all alone.
You prepare the curd rice normally along with some Papad, dal and roti. Adding pomegranate seeds on the top of the curd rice recipe also creates a different taste. I personally love to have the dish with chutney and pickles.
If you want to add some spicy touch in the recipe, make sure that you add some green chillies in the tempering. However, if you are preparing the recipe for small children, you can avoid making it spicy. Technically people use curd or yoghurt alternatively for preparing the recipe at home.
You can purchase a little bit of curd from the market in order to prepare your own curd at home.
Preparing something like this is good for digestion and breaks the monotony. Similarly, it helps in beating the Summer Heat along With keeping the body fit and immune to infections.