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String Hopper is a culinary specialty from southern part of India. It is a steamed food and can be served for dinner or breakfast. It is made of rice, salt and water. You can make many recipes from string hoppers and this recipe is a savory version in which I used lemon juice and some seasonings. Try this recipe and enjoy.
In a small bowl, add turmeric powder, lemon juice and salt. Mix well with a fork.
Heat oil in a pan over medium high heat. Then add mustard seeds. When they start to pop and splutter, add the urad dal, bengal gram, red chilies, asafoetida and curry leaves. Saute for a minute until the dal turns golden brown.
Lower heat to a medium flame, add the lemon juice mix (lemon juice,turmeric powder and salt) give a quick stir and add the rice string hopper. Mix well and cook for 1 min and Turn off the stove.
Serve hot with coconut chutney or dip.
- Use green chillies instead of red chillies for extra spiciness.
- Adjust salt and lemon juice according to your taste.
- Add nuts of your choice like peanuts, cashews etc.
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