Healthy Red Rice Avalakki, Poha Bisibelebath

Healthy Red Rice avalakki, poha Bisibelebath

A peasant dish. It is also a one pot meal with tons of nutrition. It is a very famous dish in the southern parts of India. It is usually made with rice, but I took it up another notch to make it more healthy by adding puffed Red Rice.

A good quantity meal that can feed a lot of people or you can eat it all day long & still have leftovers.

You can follow this method & add cooked rice or just puffed rice, you can add any veggies of you choice. It is a very healthy dish that you should try sometime.

You can also watch my video on YouTube

Ingredients :

* 1 1/2 cup – Red Rice Avalakki, Poha, Flattened Rice (plz measure and then soak)
* 1 1/2 cup – Toor Dal (plz measure and then cook)
* 1 cup – Boiled vegetables (vegetables of your choice)
* 2 Tbl sp – Tamarind pulp
* 3 Tbl sp – Store bought branded Bisibelebath powder mixed with
2 Tbl sp grated dry coconut
* 1/2 Tsp – Turmeric
* 1/2 Tsp – Garam Masala
* 3 Tsp – Oil
* 3 Tsp – Salt
* 1/2 Tsp – Kashmiri red chilli powder
* 1 1/2 Tbl sp – Jaggery
* 2 glass – Water
* 2 – Onions
* 2 – Tomatoes
* 10 – Cloves of Garlic (crushed)

Seasoning :

* 3 Tsp – Ghee
* 1/2 Tsp Mustard, Jeera
* 2 pinch – Hing / Asafoetida
* 4 numbers – Dry red chilli
* curry leaves

Prep work :

# soak dal and cook
# soak Tamarind pulp
# soak Avalakki / Poha / Flattened Rice
# cook vegetables

Method :

1. Take a Heavy bottom dish, pour oil and add garlic, saute.
2. Add Onions and salt and cook well.
3. Once the onions are cooked add tomatoes and cook well.
4. Add turmeric, kashmiri red chilli powder mix well.
5. add the Bisibelebath powder and grated dry coconut and saute
well.
6. Add the boiled Veggies and mix well.
7. Add the cooked dal and water and mix well.
8. Add salt mix well, add garam masala, jaggery.
9. Add tamarind pulp and bring to boil.
10. Add the Avalakki, poha, Flattened rice and mix well.
11. Add salt and mix well and bring to boil and turn off gas.
12. In a small pan add Ghee, mustard, jeera, hing, dry red chillies, curry leaves.
13. Fry a bit and add it to the Bisibelebath.
14. Mix well and serve hot with bhoondi, raitha.

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