Bisi bele bath in kannada recipes

BISI BELE BATH

BISI BELE BATH

In kannada, Bisi means hot, Bele means lentil and Bath means a rice dish. Bisi Bele Bath is a healthy, nutritious, spicy and flavorful one pot meal prepared using rice, lentil, aromatic spices and vegetables of your choice
Bisi Bele Bath

Bisi Bele Bath

Bisi Bele Bath, this is one of the popular dish in Kannada Cuisine. Anyways, I will post her version of bisi bele bath too in my coming posts
Bisi Bele Bath Masala Powder

Bisi Bele Bath Masala Powder

Bisi Bele Bath Masala Powder, this is an authentic Spice mix of Kannada Cusine. Bisi Bele Bath is famous dish in Karnataka
Bisi bele bhath or Hot vegetable and lentil rice

Bisi bele bhath or Hot vegetable and lentil rice

bath) is an old stalwart in the Bangalorean/Kannada kitchen. The result was a somewhat burnt spice mix (shhh), lots of not-so-great pictures (that caused the burning) but a delicious bisi bele bhath for a rather late lunch / early dinner
Bisibele Bath

Bisibele Bath

Bisi bele bath translates to hot-lentil-rice in Kannada language. Bisi Bele Bath is a rice-based dish which is originated in the stated of Karnataka, India
Besi bella bath / Rice with Lentils

Besi bella bath / Rice with Lentils

Bisi Bele Bhath in Kannada means hot dal and rice. # If you donot have Bisi bele bath masala on hand, you can very well use the available masala preferably sambar powder
Brown Rice Bisibele Bhat (Rice Khichdi)

Brown Rice Bisibele Bhat (Rice Khichdi)

Add this mustard spurt mixture to bath mixture. Brown rice (Jaddakki in Kannada language) with dal, vegetables and spices cooked together to prepare this Bisi bele Bhat
Awalakki Chitranna (Beaten Rice -Oggarane)

Awalakki Chitranna (Beaten Rice -Oggarane)

Awalakki is also used during fasting and we can prepare many items, like Awalakki uppittu, gojjavalakki, avaalakki payasa, avalakki bisi bele bath, awalakki chitranna in many varieties