Chitranna



To make chitranna, which translates to “mixed rice\" in Kannada, bright yellow rice, colored with turmeric, is sautéed in oil that\'s been seasoned with black mustard seeds, curry leaves, chile, the umami-rich spice asafetida, and urad dal and chana dal, two lentils that add a nutty taste and crunchy texture. The dish is finally garnished with fried peanuts, grated coconut, cilantro, and a generous amount of lemon juice, resulting in a symphony of savory, sour, sweet, spicy, and herbaceous notes.

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