Samba Wheat Rava Masala Bhath

I always love to prepare one pot dish as it is simple and super quick process yet healthy filling food. This way I tried combination of wheat rava and toor dhal to make delicious vegetable masala bhath. This is really tasting tangy lemon flavor with blended taste of dhal and wheat. This recipe is spiced with homemade sambhar powder and nothing more is added to flavor. Try this healthy wholesome masala bhath for weekend lunch and finish your cooking process soon to enjoy food with family.


Samba Wheat Rava Masala Bhath

YIELD – 2 Serving

Ingredients:

Samba Wheat Rava- 1cup
Toor Dhal (thuvaram paruppu)-1/2 cup
Onion-1 large chopped
Tomato-1 large chopped
Green Chilli-1 slit lengthwise
Sambhar Powder-1tbsp
Frozen Green Peas-2tbsp(defrost it)
Carrot-1/4 cup
Potato-1/4 cup
French Beans-1/4 cup
Water-4 cup + 1/2 cup 
Turmeric Powder-1tsp
Sugar-1tsp
Salt To Taste
Oil-2tbsp
Lemon- 1full lemon


Method:

  1. Wash and soak Toor dhal in 1/2 cup warm water for half an hour.
  2. Roast the wheat rava in dry pan for about 2minutes. Keep aside.
  3. Wash and chop vegetables as desired of your choice(I did thick julienne).
  4. Now heat a pressure pan with oil, add onion and saute till translucent.
  5. Add tomatoes, turmeric powder. Saute until soft.
  6. Combine chopped mixed vegetables and sambhar powder to it. Continue sauteing for few minutes.
  7. Add the soaked toor dhal with water and reduce the flame and cook until it boil once.
  8. Now add wheat rava, needed salt and 4 cups water and pressure cook for 3 sounds. After 3 sounds reduce the flame for 5minutes and turn off.
  9. Give a stand by time till pressure been released.
  10. Open the pressure pan squeeze the lemon juice and garnish with coriander.
  11. Dish out and serve hot with chilled raita and potato chips.

Note:

If you forget to soak dhal in water for half an hour pressure cook separately before making masala bhath.
Followed by can prepare using heavy bottomed pan with lid.
Include more or less veggies as per your choice and if you don't find sambhar powder use red chilli powder, cumin powder and coriander powder.

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15 comments :

Kavitha said...

very interesting bhath....very healthy and delicious :)

PT said...

healthy and nutritious recipe..

Click looks good :) and the bath seems to be delicious :)
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Radhika said...

Healthy meal and nutritive as well.

Shobha said...

Such a healthy and tasty dish..I have to try it out.

Bhaath looks very tempting.

Very healthy and delicious too...Loved the presentation

Yummy preparation dear..sounds healthy too!

Cheers!
Vani

wow... interesting and healthy one...
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Shabbu said...

Healthy and delicious preparation..
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looks so delicious, love the decoration

Shanthi said...

healthy and delicious....

Priya said...

Wat a healthy and super filling masala bhath.

Julie said...

this masala bath sounds to be healthy as well as tasty..

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