Narthanga Ogare / Hiralehannu Chitraanna

Narthanga Ogare / Hiralehannu Chitraanna (In Narthanga is a tamil word and Hiralehannu is a kannada word. It’s a type of citric fruit in English it is called Citron (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citron). It is very sour and it is used for citron (narthanga) pickle. The citron juice is used for ogare (Spiced Rice).



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Ingredients

  • Basmati or Rice - 3 cups (Cooked)
  • Curry leaves - 1 stalk
  • Cashews - 6
  • Narthanga / Citron juice (2 no)
  • Kobri (Dry Coconut)
Ingredients for Dry Powder
  • 2 tsp Black Gram / Uddhina bele / Urad dal
  • 1 tsp Black Pepper / Menasu / Kali Mirch
  • 1/2 tsp Black chickpeas / Kadale bele / Chana dal
  • 3 to 4 Red Chillies / Kempu mensinakai / Mirchi
Method for Dry Powder
  • Fry all the ingredients and make a smooth powder. Keep aside
Method
  • Take a pan add homemade ghee (Desi ghee) 5 tbspn.
  • Add cashews pieces fry till golden color. Switch off the hob / stove
  • Add cooked rice, dry powder, Salt and kobri (dry coconut), curry leaves
  • Then add narthanga juice mix well and serve hot




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8 comments

Sumi said...

I love this fruit. mom makes an excellent pickle with this.goo for dgestion too.this rice recipe is very new to me

meeso said...

I bet that rice smells amazing! Looks lovely :)

Madhu said...

Its been years since I tasted hiralehannu. Looks so tasty Mala.

Tina said...

Never tried this....looks yummyyy...

simply.food said...

Very interesting I have never heard of this fruit but am going to google it.Recepie looks great.

Cham said...

Never tasted such a rice- but love the narthangai pickle!

Indhu said...

this recipe is new to me... love the pickle... if only I can get my hands on naarthanga :)

jayasree said...

Never knew about making rice with narthanga. I usually pickle them in salt and later dry and preserve.

The rice sounds delicious.