South Indian Cooking Class
July 5, 2012 • Food & Cooking
As part of our south Indian cooking class that we has organized we learned about the different types of rice dishes that are prepared in the region. Well, we learned about three dishes at least.
They were the curry leaf rice, tomato rice and lemon rice. And the best part is that we got to sample all three of them. Yummy!
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