Choru (rice) and Moru Kachiyathu, itself is such a great combination that with just a simple egg omelet (indian style) as a side, you are sure to have had a fulfilling lunch. All said, while I clicked the below pictures for this post, I had my all time favorite Kale Kootu to go along with rice and Kachiya moru.
Likeness to few things stays constant all throughout your life. I would say, when it comes to food, it is one thing that I have never said 'no' to. I remember Monu(our family friend's son) came home to stay with us for couple of days while he was about 4-5 years old. When it was time for lunch he would ask my mom to just serve him with rice and Moru kachiyathu and no other side. So my mom used to make an egg omelet(only thing he would have as side with it) and serve it to him. A small kid would eat the rice with such pleasure and leave the plate clean. Such is this simple dish that makes even a kid to have food with such joy.
Even though it is a simple recipe, it would need a bit of an expertise or lets just say patience. Since we are dealing with buttermilk, it would curdle if you do not maintain the right amount of heat/ leave it unattended for a while etc. At the same time, if you follow the directions as is, you just cannot go wrong in making it.