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Avalakki Uppit

Time: 15 minutes
Servings: For 4

Things needed:

Mustard seeds
Urad Dal (Uddina bele)
Bengal Gram (Kadle bele)
Curry Leaves
2 onions
4 chillies
2 Tomatoes

Want to try a easy breakfast recipe? Read on..!
Its always best to have ingredients ready before we actually start cooking. Wash the onions, green chillies, curry leaves , coriander and lemon.
1)Slice onion into long thin strands.
2)Cut the green chillies. Make sure not to slice these into very small pieces because you may end up eating them. Chillies are meant to give a spicy taste to the dish not to your tongue.
3)Coriander also need to be sliced.1 strand is more than enough. 1 strand will have many small strands in it.
4)You need to transfer Avalakki to a bowl and pour water into it. Drain excess water. Keep it aside for it to absorb the water.

1)Pour a tsp of cooking oil to the vessel , turn on the stove. There is one thing that is very common in most of our Indian recipes, use of oil and mustard seeds.