Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk
India and Hinduism is well known for its gods and festivals. Rama is the primary god of Hinduism and he is the main god of Ramayana.
Ramanavami is the birth day of Rama, which is celebrated according to the birth star of Rama during the month of ‘Panguni’ the tamil month, which is from mid of March to mid of April. This Panguni is the month before high summer, so it is usually dry and very hot. During this celebration many food items are offered to god Rama, which are helpful in cooling the body and good for the summer heat.
During Ramanavami the important recipes offered are
Panagam
Neer Mor
Vada Pappu

Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk

Now let us see how to make them.

Neer Mor / Spiced Butter Milk Ingredients:
Curd - 1 cup
Water - 21/2 cup
Green Chilli - 1
Ginger - 1/4 inch
Coriander - few
Curry - few
Cumin Powder - 1/4 tsp
Lemon - ½
Asafoetida - ¼ tsp
Salt - to taste
To Temper:
Oil           - 1/2 tsp           
Mustard - ¼ tsp



Neer Mor / Spiced Butter Milk Method:
 Chop green chilli, ginger, coriander, and curry leaves finely.
Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk
Churn the curd with water.Add chopped ginger, chilli, coriander, curry leaves, roasted cumin powder, salt and asafoetida to the churned Butter milk and mix it well.
Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk

Heat one teaspoon oil in a pan and add mustard.
Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk

When it crackles switch off the stove and add it to the Neer Mor.

Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk

Note: 
If you want you can grind green chilli, ginger and coriander and add.
According to your taste adjust the ingredients.

Neer Mor / Spicy Butter Milk


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