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Karnataka - Bisi Bele Bath Recipe:
(Category: Indian Rice Recipes)
Karnataka - Bisi Bele Bath Recipe
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Ingredients:
11/2cups: Rice
1/2cup: Tur dal
2 no: Small brinjals
1 : Fresh Carrot
2 : Fresh Drumsticks
A small piece of vegetable
marrow
A handful: Madras onions
A pinch: Turmeric powder
6 : Red chillies
4 : Green chillies
2 tsp: Mustard
20 gm: Cashew nut
Curry leaves few
Coriander leaves few
Tamarind size of a lime
Ghee for frying
Salt to taste
For Powdering
1tsp: Fenugreek seeds
1tsp: Coriander seeds
6 : Red chillies
Grated coconut
For Masala
4-5: Cardamoms
4-5: Cloves
tsp: Aniseeds
1tsp: Poppy seeds
A small piece: Cinnamon

Method:
Peel Madras onions.
Peel and cut vegetables into 1 inch
pieces.
Wash rice and dal thoroughly. Place it
in a container with 21/2 cups of
water, a pinch of turmeric powder
and chopped vegetables.
Heat a little oil in a frying pan and fry
the ingredients for powdering until
fenugreek turns golden brown in
colour. Powder and keep aside.
Heat some more oil and fry poppy
seeds, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom,
aniseeds. Powder and keep aside.
Soak tamarind in a little water and
extract juice.
Heat oil, add red and green chillies,
mustard and curry leaves. When
mustard crackles, add to rice and mix
well. Add tamarind juice, salt to taste
and mix thoroughly.
Heat a little ghee and fry cashew nuts
until golden brown in colour.
Add to rice along with powdered
ingredients and masala powder. Mix
well. Remove from fire.
Garnish with chopped coriander leaves
and add some ghee just before
serving.


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