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We all like bisibelabath very much and I have tried it many times only with rice. I never got it alright though I strain so much to make it.
This is the first time I am trying this recipe with oats, trust me, it came out extremely well.
I am happy to share it with you all, please don’t miss trying this.
Mixed vegetables I have used:
You can decide your own combination, i.e, drumstick, green peas, beans, etc.,
Oats 1 cup
Toor dal ½ cup
Small onion few
Mixed vegetables cuts 1 ½ cups
Turmeric powder pinch
Salt as required
Tamarind gooseberry size
Ghee ½ spoon
Gingelly oil 2 tbsp
Curry leaf 1 strip
For frying and powdering:
Cooking oil 1 spoon
Chana dal 2 spoons
Dhania 1 spoon
Red chilly 6
Pepper ½ spoon
Cinnamon stick very small piece
Coconut ¼ cup
- Cook toor dal along with cut vegetables(except small onions) with enough water, portion of salt and turmeric powder.
- Peel off skin of small onions.
- Soak tamarind and extract juice.
- Fry items mentioned under “For frying and powdering” using the oil, warm it and powder it.
- Do tempering with items mentioned.
- Add small onions, sauté for 2 minutes.
- Add tamarind water and a portion of salt required and boil it well.
- Once done, add cooked mixture.
- Mix well and allow to boil together for couple of minutes.
- Add powder, mix well.
- Add enough water now and allow to boil.
- Add oats, mix well, reduce flame and allow to cook well.
- Once fully done, add fried cashews, mix well and enjoy the delicious and healthy feast with curd pachadi.
We enjoyed with brinjal pachadi…click below to view