Coriander seeds, chana dal (split chickpeas), urad dal (split black lentils), poppy seeds, cumin seeds, red chili, dry coconut, cloves, and cinnamon.
1. Cook 1/4 cup rice, 1/4 cup toor dal, 1 cup vegetables, and 3 cups water in a pressure cooker. Set aside. 2. Heat 1 tbsp ghee in a pan. Add 1/4 tsp mustard seeds, 1 tbsp cashew nuts, curry leaves, 1 diced onion, and 1 diced capsicum. Sauté well. 3. Add 4 tsp Dhee Masala Bisibele Bhath Powder, 3 tbsp tamarind pulp (using a ratio of 1:5 tamarind to water), and salt. Cook well. 4. Transfer the prepared masala to the pressure cooker and cook on low flame without the lid. 5. Serve Bisibele Bhath with raita and karabhoondi. Additionally, rice can be substituted with millets, poha, or broken wheat for a variation.
Bisibele Bhath, a traditional dish from Karnataka, is a flavourful combination of rice, lentils, and vegetables, infused with a special spice blend. This hearty one-pot meal tantalizes the taste buds with its harmonious flavours and stands as a beloved culinary gem of South India.
Bisibele Bhath not only satisfies the taste buds but also offers several health benefits. The dish is a rich source of dietary fibre
from lentils, rice, and vegetables, promoting healthy digestion and aiding in weight management. Lentils provide plant-based protein
and are low in fat, making Bisibele Bhath a nutritious option. The variety of vegetables used in the dish contributes to its vitamin and
mineral content, supporting overall well-being. Additionally, the spice blend in Bisibele Bhath contains antioxidants and antiinflammatory properties that may have positive effects on health. Enjoying Bisibele Bhath as part of a balanced diet can help
incorporate essential nutrients while indulging in its flavourful goodness.