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This is an another variant of santhagai recipes.
Very easy to cook. no onion. made with  few ingredients.
Let's proceed to make this quick fix lemon santhagai.
Do note that I am using boiled rice string hoppers to tweak methods of yummy dishes.
Boiled rice santhagai plain three cups Lemon one Cilantro leaves one cup chopped Curry leaves one sprig Red chillies two Mustard seeds one spoon Urad dal one spoon Asafoetida one pinch Sesame oil one tablespoon plus one spoon
to make santhagai:
Soak boiled rice for three hours and grind with salt required and adequate water. The batter is little bit thinner to the. idli consistency Pour the batter in idli slots and steam them for seven minutes. Squeeze the idlies filled in santhagai press. collect the string hoppers in a dry bowl.
Loosen santhagai by mixing lemon juice and one spoon of sesame oil into short bits. Heat the frying pan with sesame oil. Add mustard seeds to crackle. Add urad dal, red chillies and curry leaves. Add asafoetida. Sim…


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