Sep 18, 2008

Bisi Bela Bath


Toor dal-3/4cup
(Kandi pappu)
Sliced onion-1small
Tamarind pulp-3tbsp
Curry leav-1string
Carrot, beans, potato, peas-1cup
Mustard seeds-1/4tsp

Method:Cook rice and dal together with more water. Cut the vegetables and boil them and keep aside.Heat oil/ and 2tbsp ghee in a big pan add mustard seed, & curry leaf and fry, then add onion fry well then add all the cooked vegetables, tamarind pulp, turmeric powder, salt cook for 2 mts. Add cooked rice, one cup water (you can add more water.) Finally add masala powder, cook for 5-10 mts in low flame. Stir continuously. Serve with cucumber raita & chips

Besi Bela Bath Masala

Chenna dal – 1/2Cup
Urad dal – 1/2Cup
Dhaniya – 1/4 Cup
Marati Moggu – 3
Cinnamon – 3
Dry coconut - 100gms
Cumin- 1Spoon
Fenugreek seeds - 1/2 spoon
Red chilli-10(according to your spice level)

Roast and grind it to a fine powder.
Store in a air tight container.
For 1cup of rice use 1-2tsp of masala according to taste.


mitr_bayarea said...

Bisi bele bath looks delicious, mine comes out more thicker than yours, guess need to add more water.

Anonymous said...

Salt n chilli please.
Watch out , there are amateur cooks, trying to learn. Most of them, just follow the recipe.

Nava said...

Thanks much!! Kinda successfully completed making. Will serve it to junta and let you know.

Nava said...

The taste was amazing too.... Nava

Vijitha said...

can anybody pls help me out with some south Indain recepies that dosent perish fast...infact i am planning to travel for 3 days & would like to carry my own food (preferably rice) & some gravy that can be kept for 2-3 days

Thanks in advance

Anonymous said...

Tamarind rice and Curd rice are the best while you are travelling.