Curd Semiya

curd semiya

Semiya - 1 cup
Curd - 3 cups

red chilli - 2
grated ginger
curry leaves

coriander leaves

You can also use
for garnishing.
  • In a wide pan add around 3 cups of water and heat it.
  • Add salt and a drop of oil. 
  • Now add the semiya and let it cook. Make sure it is not overcooked. 
  • When it is cooked and the semiya is soft, switch off the heat, and drain the water completely and run it through cold water and then drain it completely using the colander and let it cool. This prevents the semiya from sticking together.
  • Now in a big bowl, take 3 cups of curd.
  • To it add a little salt. Remember, we have already added a little to semiya.
  • In a pan add 1 tbsp of oil and prepare the seasoning, by adding mustard, jeera, ginger, red chillies and curry leaves.
  • Transfer it to the bowl of curd.
  • Now add the cooled semiya into the curd and mix it well. 
  • Put in grated carrots, coriander leaves and other garnishing ingredients to the curd semiya and mix it well. 
  • Yummy curd semiya is ready to serve!
This can be had as a light tiffin in the evening or for dinner, when you feel eating something light with less oil. Kids would love this..! It taste great with any pickle!


Mahimaa's kitchen said...

never had this.. sounds yummy it like a snack ?

Uma said...

I never heard of this too. looks so delicious and mouth-watering. It's just like curd rice, right? Thanks for dropping by and thank you so much for your sweet comments in many of my posts. You have a wonderful blog too. I have to explore yours now. Keep in touch!


I have heard about this,but never tried,sounds so yummy!

sriharivatsan said...

I have never heard about this..Idhu bkfast sapdava, thottuka enna seiyalam..i think kids can also have this...Wonderful Madhu

Madhumathi said...

Hey Madhu,First I have to thank you a ton for your lovely and encouraging comments on my blog ,dear :)
Thayir Semiya..My mom makes this often.When we have surprise guests, then this would be one of the entries in the menu..Its soo easy and can be prepared in no time.
Your Thayir semiya looks super delicious..Feel like having a bowl of it with some mango pickle :)

sowmya said...

hey mom used to make this..i had comepltely forgotten this..will try it sometime..

vidhas said...

Lovely curd semiya. I have never tird this. A nce twist from usual curd rice.

Lavanya said...

Yes..this is entirely new to me..thanks for the recipe!!

sriharivatsan said...

Hey Madhu, thanx for the clarification..So sweet of you buddy..

Priya said...

Looks delicious new to me..sure gonna try soon..

hi said...

Hey Madhu...thanks for this receipe.. I tried this out yesterday.. It was jus YUMMY!... tnx tnx tnx...