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Breakfast herb rice porridge


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Ingredients

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Red rice porridge

  • 250 g Red or white rice, soaked overnight
  • 750 g water
  • 1 bunch gotukola (atharitis plant), or other greens such as spinich or kale
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 150 g coconut milk
  • pieces Jaggery or sweetener of choice
  • 4-5 cubes ice
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Recipe's preparation

    Herb rice porridge
  1. 1. Wash and soak the rice overnight.


    2. Place the gotukola or the greens of choice into the TM bowl together with the ice and coconut milk and blend for 1 minute at speed 9. Set aside.


    3. Strain the rice and place the rice in the TM bowl with the water and salt. Cook for 20 minutes on speed 1 at 100 degrees on reverse counter-clockwise operation.


    4. Add the herb coconut milk prepared ealier into the rice and mix for 30secs at speed 1 on reverse counter-clockwise operation.


    5. Serve with a piece of jaggery or sprinkling of rapadura sugar or honey.


    6. If you like the rice further cooked, place it in the thermoserver for 5-10minutes.


    7. Add a clove of garlic when cooking the rice for added health benefits.

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Tip

 

Wash the bowl immediately after use or soak and wash.

 

This is a traditional Sri Lankan breakfast. This dish can be made with brown rice however increase the water content and cooking time.

 

Sri Lankan jaggery is a sugar made with the sap of the coconut flower. It has some the the vitamins and minerals that processed sugar lacks.

 

Gotukola is commonly known as centella and I have seen it at Bunnings sold as 'arthritis plant'. It is considered a medicinal plant in Sri Lanka and is very nutritious. It is very easy to grow and you may find it in Asian green grocers. If you know a Sri Lankan, ask for some. They might be growing it in their backyard tmrc_emoticons.)

 

Gotu kola claims to contain certain chemicals that seem to decrease inflammation and also decrease blood pressure in veins. Gotu kola also seems to increase collagen production, which is important for wound healing.

 










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