Broken Wheat bisibela bhath


1 cup broken wheat
1/2 cup Redgram dal (Tur dal)
Tamarind- a small lemon size
1 tsp Mustard seeds
1 tsp Bengalgram dal
1 tsp Blackgram dal
Groundnuts- few
Curry leaves- few
Carrot- 1
1/4 cup Peas
Beans- 10
1/4 tsp Turmeric powder
Jaggery- little
Coriander leaves for garnishing
Salt to taste
2 tbsp Oil

For masala paste
1 1/2 tsp Bengalgram dal
1 tsp Blackgram dal
1/2 tsp Coriander seeds
2 Red chilli
Cinnamon stick- a small piece
2 Cloves
2 Cardamom
3 tsps Coconut powder

Cut the carrot and beans into long pieces. Clean the broken wheat and dal and pressure cook it.
Soak the tamarind in some water and extract the juice. Roast the masala ingredients and grind it to a paste.

Heat oil, add mustard seeds, bengalgram dal, blackgram dal. When it starts spluttering, add the curry leaves, groundnuts, turmeric powder and finally the extracted tamarind juice. Add the masala paste, salt, vegetables and jaggery. Let it cook for some time.

Finally add the cooked broken wheat and dal and mix well. Bring it to a boil. Garnish with coriander leaves and some ghee. Serve hot.
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Shama Nagarajan said...


srikars kitchen said...

wow... nice entry... nice creative idea...

Priya said...

Looks delicious, also healthy..

Divya.M said...

wow wonderful and delicious recipe......

Usha said...

Very creative and healthy :)

Yasmeen said...

Nice substitute of white rice with broken wheat. Bisibelebath looks spicy and delicious:)

Priyanka said...

this is one great idea...i am bookmarking this recipe

Happy cook said...

Wow this is really creative.
I remember mom making some kind of payasom with broken wheat, but nothing like this.

Sujatha said...

Looks awesome! A very creative and healthy recipe :)

Sunshinemom said...

I am going to plonk myself at your doorstep if you keep cooking stuff like this:) Awesome - saw this recently at Jayasree's Kailas Kitchen too!

sowmya said...

nice recipe..looks yumm too..

Nidhi said...

For the nutrients factor, I like to involve broken wheat in several ways in my dishes. I make Khichdi of it which is a lil similar to ur recipe...But urs definitely takes the cake!

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