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Prep: 2 minutes Cook: 10 minutes

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Serves 3

A traditional breakfast or an evening tiffin recipe with rice flour in sour curd,

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  • Rice flour-1cup
  • Whisked butter milk-2cups
  • Salt-to taste


  • Mustard-1tsp
  • Urad dal-1tsp
  • Channa dal-1tsp
  • Asafoetida-a pinch
  • Red chilly-2
  • Mor milagai/Curd chilly-2
  • Curry leaves-1 sprig
  • Sesame oil-3tsp


  1. Take rice flour in avessel and add the whisked buttermilk and salt and mix well ensuring there are no lumps.

  2. In a pan add Sesame oil and mustard,urad dal,channa dal,asafoetida,red chillies,mor milagai and lastly curry leaves.

  3. Now add the buttermilk-rice flour mixture and stir well.Mix the batter well and allow it to cook in alow flame.

  4. You can check by touching with your hands whether it is cooked or not.When it leaves the sides of the pan it means Mor kuzhu is done.

  5. You can serve as it is or by putting in aa cake pan and turning it upside down and cutting it into squares.

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