tour is not enough to cover even half of them and have a taste of the local cuisine. It was in that 15 days span, I got acquainted with lemon rice, tamarind rice, mango rice. For an ardent rice lover like me, it was quite a treat. Back home, my mother did not really prepare them, neither the Kolkata eateries did sell them. In general, South Indian food meant Dosa, Idly and Medu Bada in Kolkata then.
Making sambar is not any difficult task just cook dal with veggies add in masala ,boil and tadka it. Every one will have thier own way of making sambar, some cook vegetables along with dal while some cook it separately and then add to cooked dal
Learnt this recipe from my mom where she used to prepare this rice by boiling the lemon juice and then add it to the rice and personally I don't feel any bitter taste in the rice and it taste same as other method which I have share below
Once we know how to cook the rice sevai properly, we can make varieties of sevai recipes by adding different flavors and prepare lemon sevai, tamarind sevai, tomato sevai, coconut sevai, masala vegetable sevai and even sweet sevai by adding sugar or jaggery
LemonRice needs no introduction. You just need fresh lemon, green chillies and curry leaves. Whenever I taste this rice in restaurants and even Star hotels, I wonder how such a simple recipe can be messed up