-With steamed rice and a dry curry, along with banana chips or papads.
-Can also be had as a soup to start an Indian meal.
This post is part of the project called ‘theKitchenDivas’ which will have a theme going for each month, wherein we will try to do a post a week. The theme for January 2015 is Karnataka Cuisine.
You can find more Traditional Recipes from Karnataka by #TheKichenDivas.
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