Lunch Bisi Bele Bath | Bisi bele Bath powder| South Indian Lunch Recipe | Sambar Rice by admin June 13, 2018, 10:43 am 40 Comments cookinghomemade foodhow to makeIndian Foodindian food recipeindian recipesIndian video recipesouth indi...sruthiskitchensruthiskitchen recipes See more Previous article VEG SWEET CORN SOUP/5 मिनट में बनाये होटल जैसा वेज स्वीट कॉर्न सूप।|Homemade Healthy Soup recipe Next article 13 Easy Dinner Recipes 2017 – How to Make Dinner Recipes at Home 40 Comments Leave a Reply Kurnool aa meedi.. Reply Looks great. I am wondering why when I see mixed vegetable dishes they seem to not often contain many leafy greens. It seems many like to either make a vegetable dal with either mixed vegetables often not containing greens, or with only greens. Maybe that's not true but it seems to be the case from recipes and videos I see. The reason I ask is it seems greens are maybe the most important vegetable. Tamil siddha medicine seems to favor greens (kerrai). Plus in old ayurvedic texts, not necessary what modern ayurvedic doctors follow, lists of vegetables that might include 100 kinds, most of them and just the entire first half are greens, all very bitter ones. I think with the list being mostly greens and greens first means they're to be eaten in amounts larger than other vegetables. Some examples: spiny amaranth (mulluharive soppu), black mustard leaves, black nightshade, gotu kola (brahmi soppu), and lamb's quarters (chakravarti, chakkavatta). Spinach, potato, (orange) carrot, cauliflower, green beans, tomatoes, capsicium, chili, these are Western vegetables. Maybe it's Western influence and people no longer living in villages or going to farmer's markets and afterwards getting used to vegetables typical of supermarkets. There are many foods nearly or more bitter than bitter melon. That is an indication of calcium among other things, with the best greens having so much more calcium than any common vegetable, just like amla having so much more Vitamin C and antioxidants than anything people normally eat. From following ayurveda, I mix dal cereals vegetables herbs and spices, like a kitchardi or pongal, more similar to your sambar rice with lots of vegetables and some dal and grains. Today was: mung dal barley red rice purple millet purple yam kabocha squash cauliflower leaves white mustard dandelion chicory karela okra red capsicum tomato mushroom garlic ginger dill a Sri lankan curry powder hing turmeric black pepper coconut tamarand amchur dried chili flakes garam masala tomato paste salt. Something like that and isn't hardly bitter at all. love it. Reply Glad to see you one of few, using the unique important ingredient marat moggu to this dish. I see some chefs reminding this also. Most of Youtube loader entirely missing this and calls it authentic bisibelebath dish!!. Thank you for sharing. Reply End of line don't use question mark. Reply can we skip the onion? Reply I like your cooking very much. Where did u get the red kadai which you use for making this dish? what brand is it? Reply omg great great… Reply excellent recipe . but the consistency shows that water is more in the recipe Reply Sruthi, Thanks very much the recipe, your explanation was amazing and non stop, hope you will do it line your favourite recipes in one of the TV channel… Best Wishes.. Reply hi Sruthi. ..tried this recipe exactly the way you have presented…came out very well…everyone liked it at home..Thank u 🙂 Reply yummy taste I like ur recepies Reply hai sruthi your bisi bele bath receipe is very simple method and easy to the cook i will try to make this receipe Reply hai Sruthi sister very nice sssuuppeerr neat explained Reply I love the details that you go into making the spice powder Reply Tonight's dinner…. Hope it turns out just like yours. Thank you! Reply Hi Shruthi, just to let you know I made this today and it came out excellently. Just that I can't get curry leaves where I live…but even without that the spice combination and method is just excellent. And it's so satiating and nutritious! Thanks!!! Reply it looks very yummy and my husband loves bisibele bath I am gonna try this Reply A whole meal in itself! Great to take for lunch!! Amazing! Thanks for sharing!! Reply Sruthi, is your cooker 3.5 litre? if yes where did you buy the separator, what size would you recommend. Reply I like your presentation of recipe.expecting more recipe.Thank you. Reply Shruti accidently I came across your YouTube site while looking for some recipe. Love your simple, step by step, easy to follow instructions. I came here accidently but will visit here often to learn new recipes. By the way your new kitchen looks very nice! All the best!! Reply i tried it !! it was made so awesome.Thank you Shruti!! Reply hey sruthi, very yummy recipe will definitely try.Previously you did a haul video, please do such haul videos too, would like to see. Reply Love it! When are you coming out with a cookbook? Even an ebook would be great! I'll be one of your first customers 🙂 Reply Thank you, this is really good Reply One of the moat amazing dishes out of Karnataka! Thank you for sharing! Reply 😋😋😋 Reply Superb presentation!!Am a fan of your kitchen kadhais n fry pan.Where have you purchased it from?? Reply What is the capacity of the cooker?and where can I find that container u have used? Reply wonderful recipe sruthi… perfect..will definitely try…:) Reply Sruthi, are those red radish same as the white one (mullangi) ? I mean do they taste the same Reply Thank you Sruthi for a wonderful recipe. I am from Trinidad and I'm learning to make authentic Indian Dishes. I have tried a few of your recipes and they came out great. Your recipes are easy to follow and your explanations are very clear. I am definitely going to try this one. Thanks again. Reply very nice recipe….wanted to ask you that which brand cookware you use for both stainless steel and non stick? Reply Its 'Bele' and not 'Beli' bhath ! Reply I like ur way of presenting the recipe.Thanq Reply very nice shruti! Reply meru endukantha sannaga ayaru Reply please tell me water quantity for cocking rice and Dhal ? Reply Hello mam this south indian dish. Is looking really mouth watering 👌👌👌 Reply As usual superb Sruthi Ji! Luckily I was not nearby when you were cooking! Else simply by watching this being done, the quantity of BBB would have increased considerably (too much mouth watering and hence)!! Thanks again Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.