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Ulundhu Choru / Ulundhu Saadam

Ulundhu Choru or Ulundhu Saadam from the Nanjil cuisine is loaded with nutrients and is a traditional recipe. Made by making use of black urad dal and rice, it is a one-pot meal and served with spicy fish curry or any curry of choice.

Recipe Facts

  • Preparation Time
    30 mins
  • Cooking Time
    20 mins
  • Category
    Veg
  • Type
    Lunch

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