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Idli milagai podi | Idli podi with peanuts, a perfect side dish for idli| dosa and an easy to make podi too. I have share idli milagai podi recipe with video and also idli milagai podi with garlic too. Idli milgai podi is a very staple one at our house and my love for it is even more special. For me idli podi is a must irrespective of the side dish i make for idli dosa.. This idli molagapodi recipe i learnt from my cousin, is with the addition of peanuts. I remember her version is bit different from mine and her kids love her idli podi very much. So i casually asked her the recipe, during one of our chats last week. She shared the recipe with exact measurements. This podi recipe is a super duper hit at my place. So if you are looking for a variation in usual milagaipodi, do try this one and i am sure you will love it.

Idli molagapodi with peanuts
  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 20 Minutes
  • Serves: 1.5 cups(approx)
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Breakfast
  • Description: Idli milagai podi | Idli podi with peanuts, a perfect side dish for idli| dosa and an easy to make podi too.
   Urad dal  1/2 cup
   Channa dal  1/2 cup
   Sesame seeds  1/4 cup 
   Raw peanuts  1/4 cup
   Red chili  1 cup
  Jaggery  a small piece
  Salt  as needed
  Asafoetida  2 pinches
  Oil  2 tsp


Method :
  • In a pan add 1 tsp of oil and roast the urad the dal. Roast till it turns nice golden brown. 
  • Ensure not to get it burnt. Roast in a medium low flame. 
  • Take it out and add the Channa dal now. 
  • Roast till it becomes golden brown.
  • Take it out and keep aside. 
  • Add the sesame seeds and toast them till golden brown.
  • Keep the flame very low, sesame seeds tends to get roasted very soon. 
  • Take it out and keep it aside. 
  • Add the peanuts. It's ok to use the skinned peanuts. 
  • Roast and keep it aside. No need to take out the skin.
  • Add the remaining 1 tsp of oil.
  • Add the red chilis and roast for few minutes, without getting them burnt. 
  • Switch off the flame and add the asafoetida and salt.
  • Allow the ingredients to cool completely. 
  • Grind the roasted urad dal, channa dal and red chilis first. 
  • Once it coarsely ground, add in the peanuts and sesame seeds.
  • As the peanut and sesame seeds tends to leave oil, we are just pulsing it for few seconds.
  • Add the jaggery along with this. This will balance the spiciness of the molagapodi. 
  • Once it is done, transfer it to a plate and cool for 10 minutes.
  • Sometimes the heat of the mixie may change the taste. So before adding it to the box, cool it completely and store it.
  • As we add peanuts to this, it is better to use it in 2 weeks, else the peanut will give a different smell. 
  • else you can store this in the refrigerator for a month too.
Notes:
  1. Ensure the dals are roasted till golden brown color and don't burnt it. 
  2. Peanuts can be added with skin and it will not give any bitterness to the molagapodi.
   
Method with step by step pictures :
  • In a pan add 1 tsp of oil and roast the urad the dal. Roast till it turns nice golden brown. 
  • Ensure not to get it burnt. Roast in a medium low flame. 
  • Take it out and add the Channa dal now. 
  • Roast till it becomes golden brown.
  • Take it out and keep aside. 
  • Add the sesame seeds and toast them till golden brown.
  • Keep the flame very low, sesame seeds tends to get roasted very soon. 
  • Take it out and keep it aside. 
  • Add the peanuts. It's ok to use the skinned peanuts. 
  • Roast and keep it aside. No need to take out the skin.
  • Add the remaining 1 tsp of oil.
  • Add the red chilis and roast for few minutes, without getting them burnt. 
  • Switch off the flame and add the asafoetida and salt.
  • Allow the ingredients to cool completely. 
  • Grind the roasted urad dal, channa dal and red chilis first. 
  • Once it coarsely ground, add in the peanuts and sesame seeds.
  • As the peanut and sesame seeds tends to leave oil, we are just pulsing it for few seconds.
  • Add the jaggery along with this. This will balance the spiciness of the molagapodi. 
  • Once it is done, transfer it to a plate and cool for 10 minutes.
  • Sometimes the heat of the mixie may change the taste. So before adding it to the box, cool it completely and store it.
  • As we add peanuts to this, it is better to use it in 2 weeks, else the peanut will give a different smell. 
  • Else you can store this in the refrigerator for a month too.
Notes:
  1. Ensure the dals are roasted till golden brown color and don't burnt it. 
  2. Peanuts can be added with skin and it will not give any bitterness to the milagai podi.      
  
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Methi matar pulao recipe with video and step by step pictures, pulao made with methi leaves and green peas, a perfect one pot meal and and ideal pulao for lunch box too. If you are looking for a healthy and easy pulao recipe, then try this methi matar pulao. You can use frozen peas or fresh peas which is in season now. I have posted corn methi pulao, this simple pulao recipe is similar to that one, but with slight variations. Methi and matar is always a winning combo, i have already posted methi matar malai recipe. If you have a fresh bunch of methi leaves at home, then try this pulao. Usually whenever i buy methi leaves from the market, i make methi thepla, which we all love. Though i love the methi pakora kadhi but sometimes i feel lazy to make it. Do try this one pot meal and let me know how it turned out.

Methi matar pulao
  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 15 Minutes
  • Cook time: 20 Minutes
  • Serves: 2-3
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner
  • Description: Methi matar pulao recipe with video and step by step pictures, pulao made with methi leaves and green peas, a perfect one pot meal and and ideal pulao for lunch box too.
    Basmati rice  1 cup
    Oil   3 tsp
    Butter  1 tblsp
    Green chili  2
    Cloves   3 (optional)
    Cumin seeds   1 tsp
    Onion  1 thinly sliced
    Ginger garlic paste  2 tsp
    Water  1 and 1/4 cup
    Salt  as needed
    Green peas   1/2 cup
    Garam masala  1 tsp (optional)
    Methi leaves  1/2 cup (chopped)
    Coriander leaves   1/2 cup (finely chopped)
    Mint leaves   1/4 cup (finely chopped)
                Video of how to make Methi Matar pulao
Methi matar pulao recipe - YouTube

Method :
  • Wash and soak the basmati rice in 1 and 1/4 cup water for 20 minutes.
  • In a pressure cooker add the butter and ghee.
  • Add in the cloves, cumin seeds and slit green chili.
  • Saute for a few seconds and add in the onions.
  • Cook till translucent. 
  • Add the ginger garlic paste and cook till the raw smell goes off. 
  • Cook in a low flame. Ensure not to burnt it. 
  • Add the chopped methi leaves, coriander leaves and mint leaves.
  • Saute for a minute.
  • Add the green peas. I used frozen peas, you can add fresh peas too.
  • Add salt.
  • Add garam masala, if adding and mix well. 
  • Add the  soaked rice and the water.
  • Mix well and cover the cooker. 
  • Let this cook till 1 whistle and then simmer it to the lowest flame possible for 10 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame after 10 minutes.
  • Once the pressure is automatically released, open the cooker.
  • Gently mix the rice without breaking it. 
  • Serve hot with any raita of your choice. 
  • We had with dhaba style paneer with the methi matar pulao.  


Notes:
  1. You can add carrot and beans along with green peas.
  2. Along with cloves few other whole spices like cardamom, bay leaf, star anise can be added.
  3. Methi matar pulao serves tastes nice even when it is not hot, so you can pack for kids lunch box too. 
Method with step by step pictures :
  • Wash and soak the basmati rice in 1 and 1/4 cup water for 20 minutes.
  • In a pressure cooker add the butter and ghee.
  • Add in the cloves, cumin seeds and slit green chili.
  • Saute for a few seconds and add in the onions.
  • Cook till translucent. 
  • Add the ginger garlic paste and cook till the raw smell goes off. 
  • Cook in a low flame. Ensure not to burnt it. 
  • Add the chopped methi leaves, coriander leaves and mint leaves.
  • Saute for a minute.
  • Add the green peas. I used frozen peas, you can add fresh peas too.
  • Add salt.
  • Add garam masala, if adding and mix well. 
  • Add the  soaked rice and the water.
  • Mix well and cover the cooker. 
  • Let this cook till 1 whistle and then simmer it to the lowest flame possible for 10 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame after 10 minutes.
  • Once the pressure is automatically released, open the cooker.
  • Gently mix the rice without breaking it. 
  • Serve hot with any raita of your choice. 
  • We had with dhaba style paneer with the methi matar pulao.  
Notes:
  1. You can add carrot and beans along with green peas.
  2. Along with cloves few other whole spices like cardamom, bay leaf, star anise can be added.
  3. Methi matar pulao serves tastes nice even when it is not hot, so you can pack for kids lunch box too.     
  
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Dill leaves dal | Shepu or Suva dal, with step by step pictures, using moong dal and dill leaves as the main ingredient, a popular dal variety of Karnataka. Dill leaves, i have seen in the market but never attempted to pick the pack and cook it at home. For us Vegetarians, dal is a staple food, which i include in my daily meal. I usually make Dal palak or Green moong dal sabji. Traditionally in karnataka they put dill leaves in Akki roti. I have heard from many that dill leaves give an acquired taste and a pungent smell too. Recently my friend shared a small portion of dill leaves with moong dal. That was the first time i tasted dill leaves dal. I liked the taste and i wanted to give it a try. I got a small bunch of dill leaves from the nearest Indian shop and tried the Dill leaves dal also called as Shepu|suva dal. I was waiting for the response from the family but everyone had the dal without any complaints. Generally dill leaves is given for lactating mothers. It has lots of health benefits too. Go ahead and try out this healthy recipe and do let me know how it turned out.

Dill leaves dal recipe
  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 30 Minutes
  • Serves: 2
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner
  • Description: Dill leaves dal | Shepu or Suva dal, with step by step pictures, using moong dal and dill leaves as the main ingredient, a popular dal variety of Karnataka
     Moong dal  1/3 cup
     Dill leaves  1/4 cup (finely chopped)
     Garlic  4-5 flakes
     Green chilli 2
     Turmeric powder  1/2 tsp
     Asafoetida  a pinch
     Water  1/2 cup
     Salt  as needed
     Oil  2 tsp
     Ghee 1 tsp
    Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp



Method  :
  • Cook the moong dal with turmeric powder and asafoetida. Soaking the dal for 15 minutes, enhances the process of cooking faster. 
  • Pressure cook the dal for 3-4 whistles.
  • In a pan add oil and ghee.
  • Add in the mustard seeds.
  • Chop the garlic lengthwise.
  • Add the garlic. Saute for a minutes. 
  • Add the slit green chilis.
  • Add in the chopped dil leaves.
  • Saute for 2 minutes. Let the leaves slightly shrink. 
  • Add in the cooked moong dal. 
  • Add salt as needed.
  • Add 1/2 cup of water to this, to get the right dal consistency. 
  • Bring it to a boil. Let the dal boil for 2 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame.
  • Serve it as a side dish for chapati or you can have with rice too. 
Notes:
  1. You can cook the moong dal with garlic flakes and mash it well.
  2. Instead of moong dal you can add toor dal too. 
  3. Dill leaves dal is a very healthy dal and perfect recipe for lactating mothers.
   
Method with step by step pictures :
  • Cook the moong dal with turmeric powder and asafoetida. Soaking the dal for 15 minutes, enhances the process of cooking faster. 
  • Pressure cook the dal for 3-4 whistles.
  • In a pan add oil and ghee.
  • Add in the mustard seeds.
  • Chop the garlic lengthwise.
  • Add the garlic. Saute for a minutes. 
  • Add the slit green chilis.
  • Add in the chopped dil leaves.
  • Saute for 2 minutes. Let the leaves slightly shrink. 
  • Add in the cooked moong dal. 
  • Add salt as needed.
  • Add 1/2 cup of water to this, to get the right dal consistency. 
  • Bring it to a boil. Let the dal boil for 2 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame.
  • Serve it as a side dish for chapati or you can have with rice too. 
Notes:
  1. You can cook the moong dal with garlic flakes and mash it well.
  2. Instead of moong dal you can add toor dal too. 
  3. Dill leaves dal is a very healthy dal and perfect recipe for lactating mothers.
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Ghee podi idli recipw with step by step picture and video, a delicious snack made using left over idlis or even with fresh idlis.  Idli smeared with molagapodi is one my most favorite breakfast | snack. Even my kids prefer to have podi idli for lunch box. Recently i have tasted Ghee podi idli in few different places and i wanted to recreate that version at home. You can make this with whole idlis but i have made by making the idli into cubes. If you have left over idlis at home from morning breakfast, you can make this for tea time snack. So if you are looking for easy recipes using left over idli then it is a must try recipe. Also you can try the Idli tikka recipe which i have posted some time back. This flavourful ghee podi idli can be served along with a onion raita too. Though idli upma is my most favorite one, more than idli, recently this ghee podi idli tops my favorite list. Do try this recipe and let me know how it turns out.


Ghee podi idli recipe
  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 10 Minutes
  • Serves: 2
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Breakfast | snack
  • Description: Ghee podi idli recipe with step by step picture and video, a delicious snack made using left over idlis or even with fresh idlis.
     Idli  4
    Idli molagapodi  1 tblsp
    Red chili powder  3/4 tsp (optional)
    Ghee  1 tblsp + 2 tsp
    Sesame oil  2 tsp
    Mustard seeds  1/4 tsp
    Urad dal  1/2 tsp
    Salt  2 pinches
    Curry leaves  few 
                            Video of how to make Ghee podi idli
Podi Idli recipe, How to make podi idli - YouTube

Method :
  • Cut the idli into cubes.
  • Smear 2 tsp of ghee on this idli and coat this on the idlis.
  • In a pan add sesame oil and ghee.
  • Add the mustard seeds, urad dal dal.
  • When the dal turns brown add the idlis to this. 
  • Sprinkle the idli molapodi, red chili powder and salt to this. 
  • Toss them well so as all the podis get coated with the idli. 
  • Let this be in a medium low flame for 2 minutes. 
  • Switch off the flame and garnish with fresh curry leaves.
  • Ghee podi idli is ready to serve.
  • These idlis taste nice even if it is eaten after few hours.


Notes:
  1. You can use mini idlis for this ghee podi idli. 
  2. Addig red chili powder is optional, if your idli podi is spicy then you can skip adding the red chili powder.
  
Method with step by step pictures :
  • Cut the idli into cubes.
  • Smear 2 tsp of ghee on this idli and coat this on the idlis.
  • In a pan add sesame oil and ghee.
  • Add the mustard seeds, urad dal dal.
  • When the dal turns brown add the idlis to this. 
  • Sprinkle the idli molapodi, red chili powder and salt to this. 
  • Toss them well so as all the podis get coated with the idli. 
  • Let this be in a medium low flame for 2 minutes. 
  • Switch off the flame and garnish with fresh curry leaves.
  • Ghee podi idli is ready to serve.
  • These idlis taste nice even if it is eaten after few hours.
Notes:
  1. You can use mini idlis for this ghee podi idli. 
  2. If the idlis are in the refrigerator, keep it outside and steam for 2 minutes. Else it will make the podi idlis hard.
  3. Addig red chili powder is optional, if your idli podi is spicy then you can skip adding the red chili powder.
   
  
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Ulundu kali recipe, Ulundu kali in Tamil,video and step by step pictures,  it is a traditional dish made using rice, black urad dal and karupatti. It is an authentic Tirunelveli style recipe, made for breakfast and this is very high in protein too. Generally it is given for newly delivered mothers and girls who attained puberty, as it it strengthens the hip bones. I have heard about a lot from my friends and during my childhood days my neighbour autny makes it and send for us. My sister eats that but i never used to touch that. Very recently one of my friend share with me Ulundu kali sometime back and some how liked it too. I already have request from my friends to post this ulundu kali recipe in Jeyashri's kitchen. She clearly explained the recipe as her mom and mil are expert in making this kali. She shared with me the flour too, which she got from India. I am delighted to share this healthy recipe with you all today. Do try this at home and let me know how it turned out.
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Ulundu kali recipe
  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 25 Minutes
  • Serves: 2
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner
  • Description: Ulundu kali recipe, Ulundu kali in Tamil,video and step by step pictures, it is a traditional dish made using rice, black urad dal and karupatti.
     Rice and urad dal flour* 1 cup
     Karupatti  1 cup
     Water   1 and 1/2 cup
     Sesame oil  1 tblsp
 *For 3 portion of raw rice 1 portion of black split urad dal - Clean with a dry cloth and powder them nicely in a mixie or in rice mill. Ensure it is finely ground. You can use whole urad dal too.
                 Video of how to make Ulundu Kali recipe
Ulundu kali recipe in Tamil - YouTube


Method  :
  • In a heavy bottomed vessel add the karupatti and add the water. 
  • Once the palm jaggery melts, filter the impurities.
  • Add back the water to the pan, and let this boil nicely.
  • Simmer the flame to the lowest.
  • Sprinkle the flour on the top of the water.
  • Do not disturb this. 
  • Add 2 tsp of oil to this.
  • Cover this and keep it undisturbed for 15 minutes.
  • Ensure it is kept on a lowest flame possible. 
  • After 15 minutes, open the pan and mix it well using a ladle or you can use the back of the ladle. 
  • Mix it well without any lumps. Cook in a low flame till it comes to a whole mass and becomes shiny. 
  • Add rest of the sesame oil in between. I added few drops of ghee too. 
  • Wet your hands in water and touch the kali in the pan. If it doesn't stick in your hands then it is done.
  • Switch off the flame.
  • Once it is hot enough to handle, grease your hands with sesame oil or ghee and make lemon sized balls.
  • Ulundu kali is ready to serve now. 

Notes:
  1. Always sprinkle the flour and cover it and keep in low flame.
  2. If you start mixing it immediately it will form lumps and then it is difficult to break them.
  3. Ulundu kali tastes best withe karupatti, but if you don't get use jaggery. 
  4. Use Cold pressed sesame oil (chekku ennai) for making ulundu kali.

Method with step by step pictures :
  • In a heavy bottomed vessel add the karupatti and add the water. 
  • Once the palm jaggery melts, filter the impurities.
  • Add back the water to the pan, and let this boil nicely.
  • Simmer the flame to the lowest.
  • Sprinkle the flour on the top of the water.
  • Do not disturb this. 
  • Cover this and keep it undisturbed for 15 minutes.
  • Ensure it is kept on a lowest flame possible. 
  • After 15 minutes, open the pan and mix it well using a ladle or you can use the back of the ladle. 
  • Mix it well without any lumps. Cook in a low flame till it comes to a whole mass and becomes shiny. 
  • Add rest of the sesame oil in between. I added few drops of ghee too. 
  • Wet your hands in water and touch the kali in the pan. If it doesn't stick in your hands then it is done.
  • Switch off the flame.
  • Once it is hot enough to handle, grease your hands with sesame oil or ghee and make lemon sized balls.
  • Ulundu kali is ready to serve now. 
Notes:
  1. Always sprinkle the flour and cover it and keep in low flame.
  2. If you start mixing it immediately it will form lumps and then it is difficult to break them.
  3. Ulundu kali tastes best withe karupatti, but if you don't get use jaggery. 
  4. Use Cold pressed sesame oil (chekku ennai) for making ulundu kali.
      
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Paneer Sandwich recipe with video and step by step pictures, Paneer cubes marinated in Indo Chinese style and made with a creamy potato spread, a perfect party snack and a lunch box recipe too. I have tried this recipe few times from a cook book which i bought many many years back. Recently when i was arranging my shelf, i saw this recipe again, I have all the ingredients with me and wanted to try for kids. This paneer sandwich is again a super hit at home and kids loved it a lot. Paneer can be replaced with Tofu in this recipe. Do try this recipe at home and let me know how it turned out.
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 Paneer sandwich recipe
  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 15 Minutes
  • Cook time: 25 Minutes
  • Serves: 4
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category:Breakfast | Dinner
  • Description: Paneer Sandwich recipe with video and step by step pictures, Paneer cubes marinated in Indo Chinese style and made with a creamy potato spread, a perfect party snack and a lunch box recipe too.
     Bread     10 slices
     Paneer cubes  250 gms
     Garlic  1 tbslp (finely chopped)
     Soya sauce  1/2 tsp
     Ginger  1/2 tsp (grated)
     Pepper powder  1/2 tsp
     Salt  as needed
     Butter  1 tsp
    For the potato spread
    Potato  1 cup (mashed)
    Tomato ketchup  1 tblsp
    Pepper powder  1/2 tsp
    Butter  2 tsp
    Salt  as needed
                   Video of how to make Paneer sandwich
Paneer sandwich recipe, How to make paneer sandwich - YouTube
       
Method :
  • In a wide bowl add the paneer cubes. If it is frozen, bring it to room temperature. 
  • Add the ginger, garlic, pepper powder, salt and soya sauce to this.
  • Mix well and let this marinate for 5-10 minutes.
  • In a pan add butter and add the marinated mixture. 
  • Saute for 5 minutes and keep it aside.
  • Let's make the potato spread now.
  • In a bowl add the mashed potato. Ensure there is no lumps. 
  • Add the tomato ketchup, pepper powder and butter to this. 
  • Mix well.
  • Keep a sandwich maker ready.
  • Butter a bread and keep the buttered portion down on the sandwich maker. You can make this on a tawa too. 
  • Spread the potato mixture on the top side.
  • Place little portion of  paneer mixture on it.
  • Butter another bread on one side.
  • Place the buttered portion up and keep on the top. 
  • Cook till it turns crisp and brown.
  • If making on stove top, flip on both sides and cook on a medium low flame. 
  • Once done take out and cut them into triangles or squares. 
  • Serve the sandwich hot or you can pack them for lunch box too. 

Notes:
  1. You can make the potato spread and paneer ready the previous day night and make the sandwich the next day morning for breakfast or lunch box.
  2. Sweet potato can be replaced for potato. 
  3. Tofu can be used instead of  paneer.
  4. Paneer Sandwich can be made on stove top too.
Method with step by step pictures :
  • In a wide bowl add the paneer cubes. If it is frozen, bring it to room temperature. 
  • Add the ginger, garlic, pepper powder, salt and soya sauce to this.
  • Mix well and let this marinate for 5-10 minutes.
  • In a pan add butter and add the marinated mixture. 
  • Saute for 2-3 minutes and keep it aside.
  • Let's make the potato spread now.
  • In a bowl add the mashed potato. Ensure there is no lumps. 
  • Add the tomato ketchup, pepper powder and butter to this. 
  • Mix well.
  • Keep a sandwich maker ready.
  • Butter a bread and keep the buttered portion down on the sandwich maker. You can make this on a tawa too. 
  • Spread the potato mixture on the top side.
  • Place little portion of  paneer mixture on it.
  • Butter another bread on one side.
  • Place the buttered portion up and keep on the top. 
  • Cook till it turns crisp and brown.
  • If making on stove top, flip on both sides and cook on a medium low flame. 
  • Once done take out and cut them into triangles or squares. 
  • Serve the sandwich hot or you can pack them for lunch box too. 
Notes:
  1. You can make the potato spread and paneer ready the previous day night and make the sandwich the next day morning for breakfast or lunch box.
  2. Sweet potato can be replaced for potato. 
  3. Tofu can be used instead of  paneer.
  4. Paneer Sandwich can be made on stove top too.
    
  
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