Coconut sevai


Mtr sevai mix
Bit of oil
Little mustard seeds, blackgram dal and bengalgram dal
Green chillies slit
Some grated coconut
Finely chopped coriander leaves
Curry leaves
Salt to taste
Few roasted cashews

Cook the mtr sevai as directed in the pack. Heat oil, add mustard seeds, bengalgram dal and blackgram dal. When it splutters, add green chillies, curry leaves. Now add the sevai to it and salt. Mix well and finally add grated coconut.

Garnish with cashews and serve hot.
Since we always prefer something light for dinners, sending this over to Dinner for rest of us event started by Ramki and guest hosted by Siri.

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Asha said...

Bit of this and Bit of that. It's fun to cook this way, I made Biryani like that too. Sevai looks great,e njoy! :)

Lavi said...

Sevai looks good EC, as they are not sticky with each other. its more like sweet idiyappam to me.

Happy cook said...

You do make so many dishes which i have never had.
I have posted a dal recipe and asj told send it to you as it belongs to Haayana regeion. Can I

Akal's Saappadu said...

looks tempting, is sevai mix something similar to vermicelli?
nice recipe, must be munchy with the grated coconut! reminds me of savoury idiaappam .

Pavithra Kodical said...

I love sevai...Was missing this after coming to US.Will try following your recipe..

Superchef said...

the coconut sevai looks good!!

Siri said...

Simple and tasty. thanks for such a lovely entry EC!


easycrafts said...

Thanks all of you for ur valuable comments

@ Akal's saapadu...It looks like vermicelli, but is made of rice get MTR brand packets in the market, you just have cook it as per instructions and add seasonings of your choice

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