Bisibelebath Powder

Bisibelebath Powder

Bisibelebath Powder:

Homemade Bisibelebhath Powder. Fresh, Aromatic Bisibelebath Powder can be prepared in very less time

Bisibelebath Powder

Ingredients:

Bisibelebath Powder Ingredients

Chana Dhal (Bengal Gram) : 1 Cup

Urad Dhal (Black Gram) : 1 Cup

Dhania (Coriander Seeds) : 3-4 Table spoons

Dry Coconut : 2-3 Table spoons

Red Chillies : 8-10

Byadgi Chilli : 5-6

Bay Leaf(Usually called as Biriyani Leaf) : 1-2

Cinnamon : 2 inch stick (I did not add it as it was not stocked when I Prepared this)

Byadgi Chillies are a particular variety of dry red chillies grown mostly in Karnataka State. They are usually sold stem less and the outer skin is wrinkled. It is not spicy when compared with the regular Red Chillies.

If you cannot get them then don’t worry. Because it does not contribute much to the taste. It is added only for the rich red color. So you can manage just with the regular variety of red chillies.

Method:

Fry all the above mentioned ingredients with little oil. Once cooled grind them to smooth powder and then store it in an air tight container to retain the aroma.

Bisibelebath Powder

Bisibelebath Powder
Recipe Type: Powder
Cuisine: Indian
Author: Krish
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Home made Bisibelebath Powder- Fresh and Aromatic
Ingredients
  • Chana Dhal (Bengal Gram) : 1 Cup
  • Urad Dhal (Black Gram) : 1 Cup
  • Dhania (Coriander Seeds) : 3-4 Table spoons
  • Dry Coconut : 2-3 Table spoons
  • Red Chillies : 8-10
  • Byadgi Chilli : 5-6
  • Bay Leaf(Usually called as Biriyani Leaf) : 1-2
  • Cinnamon : 2 inch stick
  • Byadgi Chillies are a particular variety of dry red chillies grown mostly in Karnataka State. They are usually sold stem less and the outer skin is wrinkled. It is not spicy when compared with the regular Red Chillies.
  • If you cannot get them then don’t worry. Because it does not contribute much to the taste. It is added only for the rich red color. So you can manage just with the regular variety of red chillies.
Instructions
  1. Fry all the above mentioned ingredients with little oil. Once cooled grind them to smooth powder and then store it in an air tight container to retain the aroma.
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