This ek bhram sarvagun sampanna is a beautiful and simple dish that uses a lot of fresh ingredients to make a bright and flavorful plate. I like to add a little bit of lemon juice too, which adds a tartness that is refreshing and easy to absorb.
The dish is also ideal for using leftovers as a base for a rice pilaf. Just add a dollop of plain yogurt into a pan of water, cover and bring to a boil. Add a generous amount of rice, a pinch of cumin seeds, salt to taste, and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Cover and cook for 15-20 minutes.
Since this dish is so easy to make, it’s a great idea for a quick meal. This recipe will serve 3-4 people.
If you don’t have an appetite for a more complicated recipe that calls for a lot of oil, this would be a great meal idea, however it can get pretty complicated. It’s best to use the basic recipe for a more complete meal and then add some additional ingredients as you like.
It’s a staple of Indian cooking that can be a bit of a challenge to find a good version around the world, but this is quite good. The flavor is perfect and the spices are a little overpowering, but that doesn’t matter to a certain degree.
Yes, the recipe itself can be a bit time consuming. I think its best to stick with the basic ingredients for a complete meal, and if you like it you can always add a bit of anything you like, but this is a great dish to have on hand. If you make this, please let me know how you like it.
The dish is not as easy to make as the recipe says, but it is fairly easy and tastes great. I would recommend using it as a main dish for a main meal with a friend or a family member.
I can’t tell you how many times I got a little excited when I received an ek bhram sampanna and would look for it in my freezer.
If you want a quick and simple, but tasty meal, this is just right. It is simple, but it is tasty though, and you really can’t go wrong with this one.This dish is just a great, simple, easy recipe, that you can make in an hour or less.