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Daily Lunch Jeera Rice & Meal maker Gravy|Weekday Lunch in Tamil Routine|Jeera Rice in tamil

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(Rice Used in This video)
Unity Long Grain Basmati rice

Daily Lunch Jeera rice and meeal maker Routine In tamil Episode 4is all about preparing Jeera rice and Meal maker gravy for side dish in tamil .Apart from our usual routine you can plan this routine during week days to make your day lunch innovative and some more attractive.
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Today's lunch routine is
Jeera Rice and Meal maker gravy

Procedure to make jeera rice:
1.Soak basmati rice in water for atleast 15 mins
2.Take a pressure cooker and add oil
3.Saute Cumin seeds-1 1/2 tsp and bay leaf-1
4.Then add sliced onion-2
5.Let it saute for 2 min and add green chilies-2 and ginger garlic paste-1/2 tsp
6.Add Green peas-1/2 cup(optional)
7.Now pour 2 cups of water
8.add some salt and let the water to boil
9.Then add basmati rice and let it cook for 5 mins in high flame
10.After five mins ,stir it gently and cook for another 4 to 5 mins in medium flame
11.now check whether water has drained,now close the lid and off the flame after 3 min
12.Let the pressure lock inside the cooker and open after 20 mins
13.Jeera rice is ready for lunch

For this Jeera rice i prepared Meal maker gravy as side dish.
Meal maker or Soya chunks Gravy:
1.Add meal maker to hot water and let it be there for 15 mins
2.Take a pan and add oil-2 tsp
3.Saute Onion-2,Tomato-2,Ginger garlic paste-1 tsp
4.Tranfer this to a plate and let it cool down.Then grind altogether in mixee for a fine paste.
5.Now take the same pan and add oil-2 tsp
6.Add cumin seeds-1,then pour the onion tomato paste with some water
7.Now add Potatoes(Optional)
8.Add Turmeric powder,Chilli powder,Coriander Powder,Cumin seeds powder,salt-as per taste
9.Now add some water and let the masalas cook for ten mins in medium flame
10.After ten mins,add meal maker(which were squeezed thoroughly)
11.Let the gravy cook for another 5 to 8 mins
12.After 8 mins,Garnish the gravy with garam masala-1 tsp and some fresh coriander leaves

Now our lunch is ready.Prepare this simple but yummy lunch routine tommorrow and make your kids happy from curry,Rice and sambar stuffs.

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