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Think of Karnataka cuisine the first thing which pops into our mind is Bisibele bath. Bisi means hot, bele means dal so bisi bele bath.



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Author Vahchef Servings 4 persons
Published March 21, 2009 Cooking Time (mins) 30-35
Main Ingredient 31 Preparation Time mins

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Think of Karnataka cuisine the first thing which pops into our mind is Bisibele bath. Bisi means hot, bele means dal so bisi bele bath.

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Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Broken cashew nuts  2 Teaspoons
Salt  1 To Taste
Oil  1 Teaspoons
Few curry leaves  few Springs
Cloves  2 Numbers
Giner Garlic Paste (Optional)  1 Teaspoons
Turmeric  1/4 Teaspoons
Cardamom  2 Numbers
mixed vegetables (carrots, beans, radish, shalots, tomatoes, drum stics, onions)  2 Numbers
Cinnamon  1 Numbers
Hing (Asafoetida)  1 Pinch
Dry red chillis  4 Numbers
Mustard seeds  1/2 Teaspoons
Coriander seeds  1 Teaspoons
Cumin seeds or some use fennel  1 Teaspoons
Dessicated coconut  1 Tablespoons
Tamarind juice  20 Grams
Toor dal  1/2 Cup
Rice  1 Cup
Chana Dal  1 Teaspoons
Urad Dal  1 Teaspoons

Directions

1. wash the toor dal and add 1 1/2 cups of water to it. and keep aside.or cook along with rice as shown
2. Roast all spices, mix with coconut, turmaric powder, ginger and garlic (optional), grind it to a powder form. keep this masala aside.
3. Heat the oil in pan and add the cumin and mustard seeds and curry leaves, after spluttering add the onions and fry till soft. Add all the chopped vegetables and softly fry it.
4. Add the rice, toor dal to the fried vegetables and add the masala /tomatoes(optional)along with tamarind juice and salt, cool it till the ingredient are done.
5. Garnish the dish with coriander leaves and serve it hot.

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