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SAMAYAL KALAI

vegetarian recipes
 

RICE SPECIAL

MASALA KUZHAMBU:
cauliflower:10 to 15 pieces
potato:1 big (cut to cubes)
tomato:1medium
onion:1 half (medium size)
ginger, garlic paste:1tsp
red chilli powder:1tsp
oil:1Tbsp
salt to taste

GRIND I
dhania :1tsp
sauf (sombu):1/2tsp

GRIND II:
coconut:1tbsp
kasakasa:1tsp
cashew:3

PREPARATION:
#cut cauliflower and potato to small sizes (cubed)
#chop onion and tomato
#gind part1 and part2
#to the hot oil in kadai add the chopped onions, to that add tomato, salt , allow it to cook for 2 to 3 mins
#add ginger garlic paste and GRIND I paste to the above and cook it well
#to the above add the cut vegetables and add about 1 to 1 1/2 cup of water
allow the vegetables to cook in the water
#after the vegetables are cooked add the GRIND II paste
#keep stirring for about 3 to 5 mins
#remove it from fire by adding curry leaves
#enjoy with rice or chapathi, its 2 in 1


BISIBELABATH

BISI means hot
BELA means lentils
BATH mean sauce mixed with rice source:HO JOHN LEE
it is one of the Best dish from Banglore.

INGREDIENTS:

thoor dhal:1/2cup
rice:1cup
carrot:1
beans:1cup (chopped)
potato chopped:1cup
pearl onion:5 to 8 pieces
turmeric powder:1/2tsp
tamarind pulp:1/2cup
red chilies:2
mustard seeds:1/2tsp
curry leaves:few
coriander leaves:few
cashew nuts:5 to 7 pieces
ghee :1Tbsp
salt: to taste

TO GRIND I:
coriander seeds:1Tbsp
fenugreek seeds:1Tbsp
grated coconut:1Tbsp

TO GRIND II:
poppy seeds:1tsp
cloves:1
cinnamon:1/2inch
cardamom:1
aniseeds (sombu):1tsp

PREPARATION:
#peel the pearl onion, and keep it aside
#in a kadai add ghee, when hot add mustard seeds, curry leaves, red chilies,cashew fry it and leave it aside
#into the rice cooker add the cut vegetables, washed rice and thoor dhal together
#add water to the above about 4 cups and allow it to boil
#after 3 mins add turmeric powder and tamarind pulp, mix well and close it
#again stir the rice and add salt to the above
#in a kadai put the GRIND I ingredients and fry it, then powder them and keep it aside
#GRIND II ingredients and keep it aside
#add the GRIND I powder to the boiling vegetables and rice mixture
#see to it that the rice doesnt stick to the bottom of the vessel
#then after 5 mins add the GRIND II ingredients and add it to the above misture
#when the rice and thoor dhal is cooked well add the ghee, mustard, curry leaves and cashew fry to the above and mix well
#bisi bela bath is ready
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At 2:36 PM, Blogger Lakshmik said...

Nice recipe for masala kuzhambu. I am sure it will taste good with roti too.    



At 4:01 PM, Blogger Nidhi said...

Hello Jaya,

Thanks a lot for appreciating me so much, don't know whether I deserve it or not, but thanks once again.

I liked both of your recipes and have tasted the second one at one of my south Indian friends place, but not the first one its new for me but it look yummy. Will try it soon.

Thanks, Nidhi.    



At 4:01 PM, Blogger Asha said...

Yo Jaya!!:)) Where were you/I sure missed ya!:)

Wonderful sambhar and I looove the Bisibele bhath too,my fav.Thank you for both recipes.Welcome back.    



At 6:42 PM, Blogger Seema said...

Jaya, Bisibelebath is my hubbys fav and the kozhambu looks healthy and colorful lady. Thanx
-
Seema    



At 9:05 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

hey lakshmi yeah it tastes good with rice too

hey nidhi yes u deserve it nidhi
BTW try out the first recipe i m sure u will like it

hey asha good to see u too, yeah it has been a long time
i guess i m running out of recipes these days hehehe u know vegetarian indian recipe
btw thanks for ur welcome note    



At 9:06 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thanks seema
i guess bisibelebath is everyones favorite
mostly southindians.    



At 11:53 PM, Blogger Vcuisine said...

Jaya, Nice presentation. It is mouthwatering. Tks for sharing. Viji    



At 11:09 AM, Blogger swapna said...

hai jaya
i often make cauliflower and potato curry..but never tried like this..will try this time..
i love bisibillee bath as i stayed in bangoloore..
i have prepared ur milagu cauliflower..it is really good..will soon post in my blog..    



At 12:28 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thanks viji, do try out the recipe, i m sure u will like it


hey thanks swapna
i m glad u liked milagu cauliflower. Do try masala kozhambu and let me know how u liked it.    



At 9:56 PM, Blogger USHA said...

Hi Jaya,

Wonderful rice treat by you man!!!Inbetween when i was above to chat with my net got disconnected. Once i get new net connection will catch you guys back....

Tried for long time and connected through mobile now......
I liked masala kuzhabhu and bise is favourite dear.    



At 10:37 PM, Blogger USHA said...

Hi Jaya,
Advance pongal thirunaal vazhuththukkal...to you family...    



At 9:24 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

HEY THANKS USHA
PONGAL VAZHTHUKKAL
just waiting for the D' day last year i was in india, this year i m here :((
well catch u soon usha    



At 11:24 AM, Anonymous Lera said...

Been a while since I had this bath,now I'm tempted to try your way as soon as possible.Thanks for sharing this..:) happy pongal to
you and your fmily!    



At 4:03 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

glad that u are going to try my recipe
do let me know how it came out
HAPPY PONGAL WISHES TO YOU TOO LERA    



At 6:43 PM, Blogger Jeena said...

Hi there, I like your blog! Nice recipe it looks yummy :) Feel free to visit my blog too :)


Click here for jeenas food recipe blog :-)    



At 10:30 PM, Blogger Daily new!!! said...

I love your delicious recipe, could we publish it on our
Daily Recipe Blog?
We will put a link back to your page so you get all the credit, also our visitors might go to your site to see more delicious recipes!
We have every day a new recipe for: General recipes, Breakfast, Low Carb, Low Fat, Desert...
It would be so great to add yours!    



At 7:11 AM, Blogger Laksh said...

Hello Jaya,
I tried the BiseBela Bath and it came out very well. Thanks to you. My husband simply loved it.
Happy Pongal to you and your family    



At 9:22 PM, Blogger tonythiru said...

Hi,
The recipe sound great. You should post them on Samukam.com social network in the Tamil recipe/food section.
Best,
Thiru    



At 9:54 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

i m glad that it came out well and that ur husband loved it too, keep trying my recipes and do leave me ur comments laksh

thanks for looking into my blog Thiru, i happened to visit the website that u mentioned, its good and i have signed up too, thank you once again.    



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