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Kharabhath

KharabhathA variation of Uppittu/Upma. This is a tasty breakfast or evening snack prepared using semolina and vegetables. When this is served along with Kesaribhath/Sajjige a sweet dish it is called as chow chow bhath. Wash this down with a cup of hot filter coffee.

Time Required: 30 Minutes
Serves: 4


Ingredients:

3 Cups Rawa/Semolina/Sooji
6 Cups Water
1 small Potato
1 Carrot
5 Beans
4 Tondekayi/Tindli/Ivy Gourd
¼ Cup Shelled Peas
¼ Cup Cabbage or Knol Kol
¼ Cup Capsicum
3 – 4 tbsp Vangibhath Powder
3tbsp Oil
1tsp Kadalebele/Bengal Gram
1tsp Uddinabele/Urad Dal/Black Gram split
1tsp Sasve/Mustard Seeds
Few Curry Leaves
2 Red Chilies broken
Juice of 1 Lemon
1tbsp Ghee/Clarified Butter (Optional)
Salt to taste

Method:


Peel Potato, Carrot, Knol Kol and chop into small pieces. String Beans and chop into small pieces. Chop Capsicum and Cabbage into pieces.

Steam Potato, Carrot, Knol Kol/Cabbage, Beans and Carrot for 5 minutes and keep it aside.

In a kadai/pan roast Rawa for 2 minutes and keep it aside.

Keep water to boil and in the meanwhile heat Oil in a kadai and add Kadalebele/Bengal Gram, Uddinabele/Urad Dal/Black Gram split, Sasve/Mustard Seeds. When the lentils turn pink and the Sasve/Mustard Seeds starts to splutter add Curry leaves and Red Chilies.

Add the Rawa and the steamed Vegetables and mix well. Add Salt and boiling water and mix well.

Close the lid and cook on medium flame for a minute. Open the lid add Lemon juice mix well and again close the lid and cook a minute. Add Ghee and mix well and serve hot


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