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|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Karnataka|
|Cookbook: Spiced rice Media: Spiced rice|
Spiced rice is cooked rice where spices are added to give a distinct flavour. Spiced rice is common among the people of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts of Karnataka, and is seen in other parts of Asia.
Varieties of spiced rice
- Pulav or biryani
- Chitranna, rice sauted with ground nuts, turmeric,oil, mustard seeds and dry chilli.
- Bisi bele bath, rice sauted with vegetables and chilli powder.
- Ghee rice, rice sauted in ghee along with chilli, mustard seeds.
- Jeera rice, rice sauted with ghee or oil along with cumin seeds.
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