Kambu Aval/Poha Bisibela bath

Kambu Aval/Poha Bisibela bath

Kambu aval – 1 cup
Moong dhal – 1/2 cup
Mixed veggies – carrot, beans sweet potato, drumstick can add more veggies of your choice
Onion – 1 big size
Tomato – 2
Tamarind – small gooseberry size
Sambar powder or Bisibella powder – 2 1/2 t spoon

Curry leaves

Soak tamarind with half cup of water and extract juice out of it
Wash and Soak Bajra/ Kambu Aval/Poha for 20 mins
Meanwhile add moong dhal to an earthen kadai and allow it to boil with little water
Once it starts boiling add all the mixed cut vegetables except onion
Add tamarind juice and boil well till raw smell goes and veggies get cooked, see to that the liquid level is jus little more than the quantity of dhal and veggies mixture as Aval does not need more water.

Heat another kadai and add mustard once it crackles add fenugreek, Hing and curry leaves. Now add finely chopped onions and fry well. After onion changes colour add the sambar powder and fry for a min. Add this to the dhal mixture and stir well.
Wait till it bubbles up and then add the soaked Bajra/ Kambu Poha after straining out the water
Garnish with coriander leaves

Delicious Kambu aval rice ready for lunch

This is a very good choice for add Bajra to our diet as it tastes jus like rice. Unless said no one can find that its Bajra/ Kambu dish. Can substitute any other Aval Poha variet instead of Kambu Aval.

Author: Sri Nandhini Hari

I’m Sri Nandhini Hari, a B.Com & M.B.A finance post graduate and have worked in American Express Bank as an Asst. Manager and later with CTS as Financial Analyst. I have a passion towards our own tradition and culture and this has triggered me to share the natural and homemade products to a bigger community for the benefit of all.