Bisi Bele Bath

Bisi Bele Bath is a classic South Indian dish made with rice, lentils, and vegetables simmered in a flavorful spice mixture to create a satisfying and nutritious meal. This dish features a medley of tender vegetables, such as carrots, green beans, and bell peppers, cooked together with basmati rice, yellow lentils, and a blend of aromatic spices to create a harmonious and delicious flavor. Whether you're looking for a quick and easy lunch, or a comforting dinner, Bisi Bele Bath is a great option that is sure to please. It's also an excellent way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals. Try this classic recipe today and discover why Bisi Bele Bath is a beloved dish in South India.

How to make Bisi Bele Bath


Macro Containers

A - Tamarind Paste (2 tsp.), Jaggery (2 ¼ tsp.), Bisil Bele Bath Powder (3 tbsp.), Ghee (2 tbsp.)

B - Moong Dal (2 ½ oz.)

C - Basmati Rice(5 oz.)

D - Orange Carrot (1 ½ oz.), Fresh Green Pea (1 ½ oz.), French Bean (1 oz.), Red Onion (3 oz.), Cashew Nut (1 oz.)

Micro Pods

Pod 1 - Salt

Pod 2 - Black Pepper Powder

Pod 3 - Turmeric

Pod 4 - Madras Tempering


Vegetable Oil and Water

Container A
Container B
Container C
Container D
Recipe Directions

Container A:

Dilute 2 teaspoons of tamarind paste with 20 ml. water and add into container A. Add 2 ¼ teaspoons of crushed jaggery, 3 tablespoons of Bisi Bele Bath Powder and 2 tablespoons of ghee to the same container.

Container B:

Add 2 ½ oz. of Moong Dal (after being soaked in water for 30 mins) in container B.

Container C:

Pour 5 oz. of Basmati rice (after being soaked in water for 30 mins) in container C.

Container D:

Chop carrots into small pieces, take fresh frozen peas, chop french bean into medium sized pieces, slice onions thinly and crush cashew nuts into small pieces (Measurements given on the left side). Add all of these ingredients into container D.

Spice Pods:

Place the spice pods labeled Salt, Black Pepper Powder, Turmeric and Madras Tempering into slots 1 to 4 respectively.

Final Steps:

Check if the pan, stirrer and spatula is placed properly, and if the stirrer is connected to the outlet.

Check if water and oil is filled till the brim of their respective containers.

Check if sufficient vegetable oil is added in the container, which should be around 25 ml.

Select recipe and portion size.

Tap “start cooking” to begin the recipe.

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