Steamed rice refers to rice that has been cooked either by steaming or boiling.
It is a staple in Korea, China, Japan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, Philippines, and numerous other Latin American and Asian countries. It is also used as a main ingredient in many dishes.
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... Rice is the major staple food of most of the Tamil people ... Lunch or Dinner is usually a meal of steamed rice(Choru), served with accompanying items, which typically include sambar, dry curry, rasam, kootu and thayir (curd, but as used in India refers to ... includes idli, pongal, dosai, aval (flattened rice), puttu, idiyappam, appam with sweetened coconut milk, chapathi, sevai, Vadai which are of 2 kinds - (medhuvadai meaning soft vadai and paruppuvadai meaning ...
... Kaalu kadabu- small kadubus (dumplings) as small as Kaalu (beans) made by pounding water washed rice into powder and then steamed to make it enouigh sticky to make dumplings ... An evenning snack usually prepared by grinding rice with other ingredients such as chili, salt, coconut and tiny square sliced onions are added to make a thick mixture ... shaavige with ghasghase paayasa or kaayi haalu - Steamed rice noodles with a sweet payasa or sweetened coconut milk ...
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