January 10, 2011

Bisibella Bath / Sambar Rice

INGREDIENTS:

To Grind:
Bengal Gram or Kadala Paruppu - 1 spoon
Pepper - 1/2 spoon
Cummin Seeds - 1/4 Spoon
Fenugreek - Few
Dry Chilly - 5 or 6
Asafoetida or Hing - Pinch
Coconut - 2 pieces

Others:
Toor Dhall - 3/4 Cup
Rice - 1 and Half Cup
Required Vegetables - Brinjal, Beans, Potato, Raw Banana, Drumstick etc
Big sized Onion or Small Onion- 2
Big Tomato - 1
Tamarind Syrup - Lemon Sized
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Curry and Coriander Leaf
Oil and Salt - To taste
Ghee - To taste



METHOD:
    Boil the Toor dhall seperately and Make the items in "Grind" secton as fine powder after frying it and keep aside. Keep cooker add oil, add mustard, curry leaf, coriander leaf, onion, tomato and saute for a while. Add the chopped vegetables, grinded powder, turmeric powder and pinch of salt. Pour the boiled toor dhall, tamarind syrup and Rice, saute for a while until the tamarind syrup mix with the added vegetables finely. Pour 4 cups of water (usual ration is 2 cups of water for 1 cup of rice, here additionally 1 cup). Add salt to taste. Close the cooker, after a whistle keep it in simmer for 10mins. Add 2 spoons of ghee before serving it.

1 comments:

Good Gynecologist in Kodambakkam said...

Bisi bella bath is my all time fav. Yummy. love to eat it with fried appalams/papads.

January 10, 2011

Bisibella Bath / Sambar Rice

INGREDIENTS:

To Grind:
Bengal Gram or Kadala Paruppu - 1 spoon
Pepper - 1/2 spoon
Cummin Seeds - 1/4 Spoon
Fenugreek - Few
Dry Chilly - 5 or 6
Asafoetida or Hing - Pinch
Coconut - 2 pieces

Others:
Toor Dhall - 3/4 Cup
Rice - 1 and Half Cup
Required Vegetables - Brinjal, Beans, Potato, Raw Banana, Drumstick etc
Big sized Onion or Small Onion- 2
Big Tomato - 1
Tamarind Syrup - Lemon Sized
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Curry and Coriander Leaf
Oil and Salt - To taste
Ghee - To taste



METHOD:
    Boil the Toor dhall seperately and Make the items in "Grind" secton as fine powder after frying it and keep aside. Keep cooker add oil, add mustard, curry leaf, coriander leaf, onion, tomato and saute for a while. Add the chopped vegetables, grinded powder, turmeric powder and pinch of salt. Pour the boiled toor dhall, tamarind syrup and Rice, saute for a while until the tamarind syrup mix with the added vegetables finely. Pour 4 cups of water (usual ration is 2 cups of water for 1 cup of rice, here additionally 1 cup). Add salt to taste. Close the cooker, after a whistle keep it in simmer for 10mins. Add 2 spoons of ghee before serving it.

1 comment:

Good Gynecologist in Kodambakkam said...

Bisi bella bath is my all time fav. Yummy. love to eat it with fried appalams/papads.