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Today’s dish, Dill leaves Rice / Sabsige Soppu Chitranna is very tasty, quick and easy to make and a perfect lunch box option. It can be made in festivals too without adding onion. Apt dish to empty off leftover rice. Simple, healthy and very nutritious … this sabsige soppu chitranna is always a go-to recipe whenever I have to fix something in jiffy .
Dill leaves are known as Sabsige Soppu in Kannada, Shepu or Suva bhaji in Hindi. We all know, how healthy and aromatic Dill leaves is. But the flavour of dill leaves reduces the longer it is cooked. So to retain its full flavour and aroma, don’t overcook it.
In Karnataka, dill leaves stir fry (without tuvar dal ) is one of the most common dishes served to a new mom as it’s known to aid lactation. When I too was in that phase, almost daily I was served this sabzi along with pepper rasam and other dishes and not even 1 day I got bored eating it .. just enjoyed every bite if it … the aroma when fresh dill leaves are getting cooked itself is so tempting… Hmm….
Chitranna / Lemon Rice is one most staple dish from South India which is often an essential part of any South Indian meal. Made from pre-cooked rice, lemon and tempering .. this humble dish tastes absolute yumm. One can add some extra flavouring while making chitranna, like adding avarekalu, capsicum, Amla,dill leaves etc. Chitranna made from fresh dill leaves is so aromatic that you’re neighbour will surely know what’s cooking in your kitchen. 🙂 Dill Leaves chitranna is very simple where the flavour is majorly from Dill leaves. Do try and enjoy …