Khara Bhath

Khara Bath is nothing but Upittu with a gorgeous name. I got tempted to make it the way Pratibha made after she flaunted her awesome clicks. Basically anything with too much oil or ghee gets a 'no' ticket at home. But, I was heads over heels to make this...err..like this... 

                                                            (Aditya @17 months)

Here is the outcome ..


It was delicious. Akash and Nita (our helper), who dislike upittu, took two servings!

Ingredients:

Vegetables cut into very small pieces : Carrot, french beans, brinjal, onions
I added a half a handful of peas too.
Green Chillies, cut length wise:  6 (depending on the spice levels of chillies)
Ginger-Garlic Paste: 1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder: 1tsp

Semolina/Rava : 1 cup (250ml) (roast rava till fragrant, before you use it for upma)
Ghee : 4 tbsp (You can add more if u wish, this is the highlight of the dish which makes it a winner)

lemon juice : 1tbsp; coriander leaves chopped: 2tbsp and grated coconut : 2tbsp

Seasoning Ingredients : Mustard, Cashewnuts (handfull), chanadal (1tsp), uriddal(1tsp),curry leaves (few)

Method:
1. Heat ghee in a pan. Add cashew nut,chanadal, uriddal and fry till golden. Add curryleaves, greenchillies and fry for 30 sec.
2. Add onions, fry for 30 secs, and ginger garlic paster.
3.Add vegetables and fry till they are soft. Add little salt to aid quick cooking
4.Add 2.5 cups of water (use same cup to measure rava and water) and bring it to boil. Add salt. Mix well and lower the flame. Taste water and check salt levels. If required, add and adjust the taste. Add garam masala powder. Switch off the stove. Slowly add rava with constant stirring. After all rava has been added, switch on the stove again. Cover and cook for next 3-4 mins. Switch off the stove.
5. After 10 mins, add lemon juice and mix well. Sprinkle few coriander leaves and coconut when you serve.

10 comments:

notyet100 said...

Adityas pic is so cute :) still to try khara bath, looks yum

Anonymous said...

Aditya thumba cute agidhane Lakshmi..khara bath looks yummy...! I love uppitu/kharabath...
Mangala

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Khara bath looks delightfully tasty and inviting. Your son too looks so adorable.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Swathi said...

Looks good! I use vangi bath powder for making khara bath..should try using garam masala sometime!

Kannada Cuisine said...

Good job Aditya...

Prathibha said...

Now I crave for a small portion of it after seeing it..looks delicious Laxmi n thanks for d mention..:)

Uma said...

looks delicious. You son is too cute.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

My favorite,love it any time,your kiddo is too cute ;)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Looks delicious...Your son is very cute..

Torviewtoronto said...

this baath looks delicious