Bissi Bele Bath is one of the mouth-watering and delicious recipes of Karnataka. it is often counted as one of the traditional recipes of Karnataka that we found in most of the Kannada speaking homes.
Bissi Bele Bath is so popular that you will find in most of the south Indian kitchen. This recipe is a no onion- no garlic recipe as it is a loved one recipe by the vegetarians who do not eat onions and garlic. Freshly used coconut is the main ingredient that is widely used in Bissi Bele Bath Recipe.
What exactly is Bissi Bele Bath?
Bissi Bele Bath is made with rice, lentils, mixed veggies and special homemade masala powder. The term Bissi is used for hot temperature, Bele is used for lentils and Bath translates to a Gooey dish. We can also say that Bissi bele Bath is the combo of Rice, lentils and mixed veggies with a special type of masala powder. As the name suggests, it has to be served hot.
Tips to make Bissi Bele Bath Recipe
Make sure that Bissi Bele Bath Recipe is a long process. We have to cook all the veggies, rice and lentils separately and mix everything together. To make Bissi Bele Bath recipe, you can use readymade Bissi Bele Bath masala powder or you can make it your own.
It is advisable to cook Dal and rice separately. Dal should be cooked mushy but not the rice thats why we preferred to cook them separately so as veggies.
Besi bele bath is one of such recipes that we can cook at festive sessions or we have guests home. Make the dish very gooey as it thickens over time. If it turns too thick, then it is advisable to add some amount of water to make it a little soggy.
In addition to this, adding 1 tbsp ghee to this recipe is a must. Ghee not only enhances its flavours but also bring the dish to the right consistency.
Making Of Bisi Bele Bath Recipe: Tempering:
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