Bisibele baath is a traditional kannada dish (Bisi means hot, bele means toor dal, baath means rice dish). It is easily served as breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner. Usually mainly made out of rice bisibele bath but somepeople in karnataka also makes in Avalakki/Poha. It is best served with raita, papad/happla/vada or any mixture. Do check i have already posted authentic Bisibele baath.
Prep Time : 15 Mins
Cook Time : 15 Mins
- Dappa Avalakki / Thick flatten rice - 2 cups
- Bele / Toor Dal - 1/4 cup
- Tomato - 1
- Tamrind Water - 5tsp
- Jaggery - 2 tsp (adjust as per taste)
- Vegetables : Beans, Potato, Carrot (Optional)
- Salt to taste
- Sarinapudi / Rasam Powder -1 tsp
- 1/4 cup Oil
- 4/5 Kari leaves
- 2/3 Red chillis
- 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
- Chana Dal - 10grm
- Urad Dal - 2 tsp
- Dhaniya / Coriander Seeds - 1 tsp
- Red Chillis - 4/5 (adjust as per taste)
- Whole Cloves - 2/3
- Cinnamon sticks - 2 (small size)
- Grated fresh coconut- 1/2 cup
To Make the Powder ingredients :
- Cook Poha/ Avalakki in a pan add little water,
- Cook Dal & Tomato in different containers in a Pressure Cooker wait for 3 whitstle then turn off the stove and let it cool.
- Take heavy bottom Pan and set it on low flame on the hob
- Add tamarind water and jaggery and let it boil
- Add masala and to the pan let it boil for 10mins, keep stirring on low flame
- Add salt to the masala keep stirring if it too thick add little water
- Add 1 tsp Rasam Powder keep stirring
- Add dal stir then add poha/avalakki & veggies
- Mix well on low flame..
- For tadka take small pan add oil and heat it and add all tadka items pour it on bisibele bath.