Karnataka Recipes

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  1. Vidya24

    Vidya24 Gold IL'ite

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    Kodubale in IL- for Divyamohan

    Hi Divya,

    Am sorry to read abt the TV show Kodubale recipe. Am not sure if you can use that same dough for anymore kodubale.

    I do not know any modifications to that dough to make better kodubale.

    But,pls find below two sets of good recipes for Kodubale given in Indusladies. I have tried both Mrs Chithra's and Prathi's methods- both are good.

    1) This is Mrs Chithra Viswanathan’s recipe for Kodubale. It is No 24 in Tasty Tiffins and Tastier Snacks in the Check here- The Recipe Index
    http://www.indusladies.com/forums/showpost.php?p=4016&postcount=42

    2)This is Prathi’s recipe (from her mother). It is No.4 in Sweets and Savouries in the Karnataka Recipes Index.
    http://www.indusladies.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9338&postcount=123

    Good luck!
    Vidya
     
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2006
  2. Ami

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    Msg to Sheela..

    Hello Sheela,

    For the lunch, tried out semiya pongal and it made a huge hit in our house. I was wondering whether the semiya will get alongwith dhal like our rice pongal; to my surprise, it came out simply superb.

    All yr measurements were so perfect and hereafter, it will be a standard menu in our home. Thanks...

    Rgds.
     
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    Thank you Ami. I am glad you liked it and your family liked it.
    Regards,
    Sheela
     
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    superb one!!!

    Hi Durga,

    Yesterday for dinner, was cracking my head on what to prepare as bored with roti and dont have batter in hand. Atlast, jumped in to make bisi bela vegetable upma.

    Though I have measured 1 cup together, the qty for all of us was not fully sufficient. It will not happen in general, but becoz of the taste, addition of dhal/veggies gives an extra taste. We had with chips only. Both my kids and hub were gulping fast and fast. The taste has totally changed and no one can find out that it is made up of wheat rava.

    An excellent and healthy dish for all ages and particularly when we are in a jiffy. Without adding ghee, it was divine!!!

    Thanks for sharing and bye..

    Rgds.
     
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    Dear Karnataka ladies

    I came to bangalore to help my daughter.I bought green mochai kai.[kanada name I don't know]This is season I think.I heard two type of kuzhambus with the whole payaru and skin removed paruppu .Now I forgot the exact ingredients.When I go through the karnataka recipe index I could not find this kuzhambu.Can any one help me?
    When I went to a get together there served a oorukai with sundakkai like another kai.It has no oil at all.mangai inji,green mango etc.,also I found.Any one knows this oorukai preparation?
    tsseethalakshmi
     
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    divya,
    it is just a guess but chek abt the butter if u have increased it then it would be soft the way how u say...just a pointer dont feel bad...regards sunkan
     
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    Bisibelabath Recipe~

    Hi,
    Can anyone please post the recipe for Bisibelabath without cinnamon n cloves?

    Thanks,
    Lakshmi
     
  8. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Bisibela

    Hi ,
    I have already posted this ready made powder to prepare BISIBELA BATH. please follow the recipe, without cinnamon. Then prepare as usual.

    I am giving the link here.
     
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    bisebelabath my way......

    Hi,

    I prepare bisibelabath occasionally. However, this recipe is not from my native and I learned from one of my friend.

    Rice 2cups

    toor dal 1cup.

    carrot/beans/tomato/pototo with skin specifically red one /peas 2cups(depends on how much u want)

    Tamarind juice 3 to 4 tbs.

    chillis 4to 5

    bisibelebath powder 2to 3 tbs(I useually buy from outside or u can make powder using the information given in above post)

    salt---as required.

    cilantro-small bunch.

    Procedure:

    1)First heat oil/ghee in big bottomed oak/bowl.

    2)Add musterd.cumin seeds(my reqirement)......when they splutter add curry leaves.

    3)Now add bisibelabath powder/chilli powder and fry for while.

    4)Then add rice....fry little bit.

    5)In meanwhile soak dal for sometime and separatly cook dal for while.

    6)Then half cooked dal add to the rice mixuture.

    7) fry,whole thing and add salt.

    8)Now add water( approximately--6 cups)

    9)Cook on high heat for 15 to 20 min.

    10)Then check the dal and rice.....if it cooked very well then kepp ot on slow flame for one more 15 min.

    11) end add cilantro and little ghee.

    I am giving a link where I learned and tailored my own bisibelabhat...
    http://indiacuisine.blogspot.com/2006/02/arf-6-bisi-bele-bath-rice-lentils.html

    Enjoy your cooking
    srilak.
     
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    hurigaalu

    hi,
    does anyone know the recipe for hurigaalu?
    savitha
     

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