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How to make Bisi Bele Bath?

how to make bisi bele bath

How to make bisi bele bath is a question that is often asked by those who have tasted this fine cuisine, but do not know how to make it. A key item that makes this rice dish super-delicious is the bisi bele bath powder. The better its quality, the tastier will be this food. With the bisi bele bath recipe that follows, which details how to make bisi bele bath, make this food on some Sundays and occasions like birthday parties and when you want to break the monotony of regular dishes.

Carrot, green capsicum, onion, knol khol (also known as kohlrabi or German turnip), peas and beans are among the vegetables that also make bisi bele bhath nutritious and delicious.

Fresh kara boondi and potato chips are the two excellent side dishes for bisi bele bhath.

Did you know?
kara boondi Kara boondi is a great topping for bisi bele bath, as it makes the bath tastier. The good news is you can make kara boondi, right in your home,  in less than 15 minutes.

ragi ambli

Ragi ambli is said to be nutritious
Drinking a glass of ragi ambli or porridge in the morning can be a great way to start a day.

Here is the ragi ambli recipe.

Rice 1 cup
2. Toor dal 1 cup
3. Groundnut 1 tablespoon
4. Tomato 1

tomatoes health benefits

Tomatoes have many medicinal values
A number of research studies have found that tomatoes are good for the health.

Read the Health Benefits of Tomatoes in the blog for more info.
5. Carrots 2
6. Knol khol 1 big
7. Green beans 15-20
8. Ghee 2-3 teaspoons
9. Turmeric 1/4 teaspoon
10. Tamarind paste / tamarind juice to taste
11. Jaggery to taste
12. Turmeric powder 1/8 teaspoon

health benefits of turmeric

Turmeric is a storehouse of medicinal values
Since ancient times, turmeric is said to be used a medicine for some diseases.

The post Benefits of Turmeric in the blog has more info.
13. Bisi bele bhath powder 2 tablespoons
14. Salt to taste
15. Garnishing: coriander leaves


Oil 2 tablespoons
2. Mustard 1/2 teaspoon
3. Curry leaves 2 sprigs
4. Onion 2
5. Capsicum 1
6. Hing / asafoetida 2 pinches

How to make Bisi Bele Bath?

1. Chop carrots, knol kol and green beans into one-inch long pieces.

Wash groundnuts. Soak them in water.
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2. Wash rice and toor dal.

Add carrot, knol kol, green beans and peas.

Add about 4 to 4-and-1/2 cups of water and cook in the pressure cooker. Cooked dal should be soft.

NOTE: Cook the rice, dal and vegetables separately, if you cannot estimate the water required to cook everything together.

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3. Heat about 6 cups of water in a large utensil.

Add bisi bele bath powder, tamarind paste, turmeric, jaggery and salt. Mix.

Boil for 1 minute.
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4. Add the cooked rice-dal-vegetable mixture. Mix.
5. Bring to boil.

Cook till the vegetables absorb the salt and the mixture becomes moderately thick.

NOTE: Make sure the mixture has some liquid in it.

If you find the mixture to be too thick add about 1/2 a cup of water or add the same, according to your preferences.
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6. Add the chopped tomato and groundnuts. Mix.
7. Prepare the seasoning:

Chop the capsicum and onions.

Heat oil in a utensil.

Add mustard seeds. When these began to splutter, add curry leaves.

Add hing, onions and capsicum. Fry till these become tender.
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8. Add the prepared seasoning to the cooking mixture (Step 5).

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9. Add ghee. Mix.

Switch off the stove.

10. Set side the mixture for 10-15 minutes.

The mixture becomes thicker, as the rice absorbs the liquid.

Bisi bele bath is ready. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.

Serve with khara boondi and or potato chips.
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TIPS Bisi Bele Bhath
1. If you prefer the bath to be less spicy, decrease the quantity of the bisi bele bath powder.
2. If bisi bele bath is watery, grind 1-2 tablespoon of fresh coconut gratings to a paste and add it to bisi bele bath. Bring to boil.
3. Use beetroot in addition to, or as a substitute for, knol khol for a more nutritious bisi bele bhath.

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