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Bisibelabath | Sambar Sadham | Pressure Cooker method

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Easy one pot sambar sadham that too in a pressure cooker. For weekday lunch, after packing lunch for my kids I mostly end up with any leftover from the previous day or simply have my lunch with curd. It was on a day I was left with nothing and I need to make some dish. For a long time I want to make this sambar sadham aka bisibelabath with millets. On that day, I quickly referred some blog and ended up here to make my lunch. I altered the recipe & ingredients according to me and prepared this flavorful rice.


Preparation time: 5mins
Cooking time: 15mins
Serves:2
Recipe type: Main dish
Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Author: Babitha

Ingredients:


  • Rice- 1/2 cup
  • Toor dal-1/3 cup
  • Onion-1
  • Veggies- Carrot, beans 
  • Sambar powder-2 tsp
  • Tamarind-small gooseberry size.
  • water- 3 cups
  • Salt to taste
  • Coriander leaves


To temper:

  • Ghee-1 1tbsp
  • Mustard-1/2 Tsp
  • Cashew nuts- few
    Bisibelabath | Sambar Sadham | Pressure Cooker method
Method:

1. Soak tamarind and extract juice.

2. In a pressure cooker add cleaned rice, dal, veggies, sambar powder, tamarind juice, salt, coriander leaves, and 3 cups water.


3.Pressure cook for 5 whistles. Switch off and wait for the steam to go by itself.


4.After the steam is released open and mix it well.

5. Heat a pan, with ghee, pop out the mustard, cashew nuts and add to it.

Mix and serve hot.

Bisibelabath | Sambar Sadham | Pressure Cooker method

Notes:

1. You can add veggies like radish, green peas, sweet potatoes or veggies for your choice.

2. You can also add a small piece of jaggery.



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