Peanut Rice | Verkadalai Sadham | Easy Lunchbox Recipes

Peanut Rice
A crunchy, simple, and tasty rice!
When I have left-over rice and have only less time to cook, without any hesitation, I cook this rice. I did not know that with very few ingredients, I could make a tasty rice. While eating this rice, in between when I bite the peanuts….wow…just love the crunchiness of the peanuts.You can use either black pepper powder or white pepper powder.
White pepper powder gives somewhat a bitter and salty taste. So, if you are using white pepper powder for the first time, add little by little and see whether you like taste or else go for black pepper powder. I am sure you would also like this crunchy and tasty rice. Thanks to Chef Jacob for sharing a very simple recipe.
 

Preparation Time. 1 minute
Cook Time. 5 minutes
Recipe Category. Indian
Serves. 2 persons

Ingredients

Raw peanuts – 1 cup
Boiled rice – 2 cups
Red chillies – 3 nos.
White/black pepper powder – 1 teaspoon
Chopped coriander leaves or spring onions (green part) – 1 cup
Salt – as desired
Oil – as desired

Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.

Preparation

1. In a pan, heat oil. Add peanuts, salt, coriander leaves or spring onions (green part), red chillies, and boiled rice.  Fry for a minute or so.

2. Add pepper powder and fry for five more minutes.

Now, Peanut Rice is ready!!! Serve hot with some spicy curry or side dish.

Serve. Plantain Poriyal, Vendakkai Poriyal / Ladies Finger Stir Fry, Avarakkai Verkadalai Poriyal, Brinjal Pepper Masala, Brinjal Pirattal,

Brinjal Rajma Masala, Mushroom Curry, Turnip Poriyal

 

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