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         Broken Wheat Bise Belle Bhath - World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day is held on November 14 each year. The day aims to increase an awareness of the effects of diabetes and its complications amongst the general population and professionals. In Significance of this day we have posted Broken Wheat Bise belle Bhath.

broken wheat bise bele bhath

Health Benefits of Broken Wheat:

- Cracked wheat is an excellent option for reducing gas, easing constipation and helping to maintain the entire digestive track as a whole.

- Naturally low in fat and absolutely free of saturated fats, cholesterol and trans fats, this food is a great way to help maintain a consistent weight loss regimen.

Broken Wheat/Godi Thari Bise Belle Bhath tastes really great. Try this recipe ...

Servings: 4/5 people

Ingredients:

Broken Wheat - 1 Cup

Moong Dal - 1/2 Cup

Mixed Vegetables - 1 Cup (Carrot,Beans, Corn, Peas, Capsicum, Aloo, Onion)

Tamarind - 3 tbsp

Sambar Powder - 3 tbsp

Coconut- 3 tbsp

Jaggery - 1 tbsp

Salt to taste

Urad Dal - 1 tsp

Bengal Gram - 2 tsp

Asafoetida - 1 tsp

Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp 

Jeera - 1 tsp

Oil - 2 tbsp

Ghee - 1 tbsp

Curry Leaves - 1 strand

red chillies - 1 cut in 2 pieces

Procedure:

1. Pressure cook broken wheat  by adding 2 cups of water.

2. Mix 4 cups of water to Moong dal and bring it boil in a heavy bottomed pan or a kadai. Boil till moong dal turns soft.

3. Grind grated coconut and sambar powder to a fine paste.

broken wheat bise bele bhath

4. Once Moong Dal is cooked add cooked mixed vegetables, cooked broken wheat, Tamarind juice, Jaggery and Salt to taste. Bring it to boil. Add one spoon of ghee. Let it be in liquid consistency. If not you can add water. Later on it will get thick.

5. Prepare seasoning by heating oil in kadai, Add mustard seeds, when it starts spluttering add curry leaves, asafoetida,  red chillies, jeera, urad dal and bengal gram dal. Fry for a min. Garnish Step 4 with Seasoning.

6. Serve hot with any raita.

broken wheat bise bele bhath

Sending this recipe to Announcing Healthy Cooking Challenge : Healthy Lunch as well as HCC : Healthy Cooking Challenge



Sending this recipe to Srivalli's

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Spandana on November 14, 2011 said:

Looks very Delicious... I made Bisebellebath before , but never tried with Broken wheat. A very healthy option.

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Savitha on November 14, 2011 said:

Thanks for your feedback. Health Food for entire family.
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Kavi on November 16, 2011 said:

great! thank you!: ) - Kavi | Edible Entertainment Ongoing event: Healthy Lunch Challenge

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Kavi on December 2, 2011 said:

Thanks so much for linking your entry to my HCC event & making it a huge success! :) Find your entry in the Roundup Part I , Part II or Part III (to be uploaded tomorrow) I would love to have your posts in my ongoing events: Jingle All The Way & Microwave Easy Cooking Have a great day! :) - Kavi | Edible Entertainment

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rakesh on December 19, 2011 said:

hi i love cooking basically. i prepared accordingly ur dish it has come out very well thankx for giving us good dish. I request u can u give the recipe for PALPAYASAM for which i am very found of it. hoping i vl get it. bye

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Raksha on December 31, 2011 said:

Lovely recipe …

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surekha on December 31, 2011 said:

Absolutely delicious and very inviting

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Vasantha on December 31, 2011 said:

whatever i try from ur site ends up with success only! Again this one too.

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Gopinath on December 31, 2011 said:

I m one among the silent visitors of ur site. I couldn't keep silent anymore since ur website become my catering school. WISH U HAPPY NEW YEAR 2012.

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RAGINI on December 31, 2011 said:

Thanks for a good dish .A change in menu which is good for my father in law since he is a diabetic.He too liked it. Onbehalf of our family we WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY AND HEALTHY new year.

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radika on December 31, 2011 said:

We use to do only payasam during ananthapadmanaba festival thanks u had shown even kara item to do wit it. thanks. Wish u a very happy and prosporous new year. Take care.

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