Bisi Bele Bath Masala Powder | Yummy Food Recipes By, 2015-10-19 Bisi Bele Bath Masala Powder | Yummy Food Recipes Dry roast all the spices and blend them to form soft sambar powder otherwise called as Bisi Bele Bath Powder. Add this while you are preparing sambar or sambar rice. Prep Time: 15min Cook time: 15min Ingredients: ½ cupCoriander seeds,¼ cupChana dal,1 tablespoonUrad dal,10Dry red chilies,1 teaspoonCumin seeds,½ teaspoonBlack pepper,1 inchCardamom,3Cloves,4Marathi mogga,4 tablespoonsGrated dry coconut powder,2 teaspoonsPoppy seeds,½ pieceMace,½ teaspoonFenugreek seeds,15 leavesCurry leaves,pinch (Optional)Asafetida, Instructions: Place a pan on flame and dry roast coriander seeds, cumin seeds and fenugreek seeds on low flame until they turn crisp Remove them on a plate and in the same pan dry roast cinnamon, cloves, black pepper, cardamom, mace and Marathi mogga Roast them till the ingredients become aromatic. Remove them from pan and place them in the same plate Add chana dal and urad dal to the same pan. Dry roast them till all of them have become browned Keep them aside in the same plate Dry roast the red chilies till they become crisp Roast poppy seeds till they turn golden in color Lastly roast the grated coconut for about 2 minutes and place them in the same plate Cool them for a while and add all the ingredients to a blender Blend the whole ingredients to a fine powder and store the powder in an air tight jar If you want to use them for more days, you can store the powder in refrigerator. Make Sambar Rice using this powder and enjoy the flavor of rice. -Neelima

Easy Bisi Bele Bath Masala Recipe

Easy Bisi Bele Bath Masala Recipe

Bisi Bele Bath Masala Powder is the key ingredient in making tasty Bisi Bele Bath. Try this simple and quick recipe and use to prepare the delicious rice dish.

Ingredients

  • ½ cupCoriander seeds
  • ¼ cupChana dal
  • 1 tablespoonUrad dal
  • 10Dry red chilies
  • 1 teaspoonCumin seeds
  • ½ teaspoonBlack pepper
  • 1 inchCardamom
  • 3Cloves
  • 4Marathi mogga
  • 4 tablespoonsGrated dry coconut powder
  • 2 teaspoonsPoppy seeds
  • ½ pieceMace
  • ½ teaspoonFenugreek seeds
  • 15 leavesCurry leaves
  • pinch (Optional)Asafetida

Directions

  • Place a pan on flame and dry roast coriander seeds, cumin seeds and fenugreek seeds on low flame until they turn crisp
  • Remove them on a plate and in the same pan dry roast cinnamon, cloves, black pepper, cardamom, mace and Marathi mogga
  • Roast them till the ingredients become aromatic. Remove them from pan and place them in the same plate
  • Add chana dal and urad dal to the same pan. Dry roast them till all of them have become browned
  • Keep them aside in the same plate
  • Dry roast the red chilies till they become crisp
  • Roast poppy seeds till they turn golden in color
  • Lastly roast the grated coconut for about 2 minutes and place them in the same plate
  • Cool them for a while and add all the ingredients to a blender
  • Blend the whole ingredients to a fine powder and store the powder in an air tight jar
  • If you want to use them for more days, you can store the powder in refrigerator.

Make Sambar Rice using this powder and enjoy the flavor of rice.

-Neelima

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