Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Masala Bhat Powder:

 The masala bhaath  powder used in the previous post is a multi purpose one, it can be used with semolina , rice or even spicy vegetable. Well as promised here is the recipe :)

Urad daal/ Horse Bean: 2 tbsp
Chana daal / Gram Dal: 2 tbsp
Coriander seeds: 2 tbsp
Clove: 2-3
Pepper: ½ tbsp
Cinnamon: ½ tbsp
Red chili: to taste
Dry coconut / Dessicated coconut: 2 tbsp

Roast the above ingredients in ½ tsp oil (not the red chili and dry coconut). Turn the heat off and now add the red chili and dry coconut powder. Let it cool, grind the above ingredients in a blender. Make sure the blender is free of any moisture. Cool in a cool, dry space. Print Friendly and PDF


  1. Awesome! Nice idea of using masala baath powder to semolina.

  2. Looks so gud love the colour.....

  3. Lovely home made masale powder.

  4. Wow, love the click. It has come so well. thanks for this recipe :)

  5. Awesome click with yet another hand-painted jar.Very versatile powder that can go with so many dishes.

  6. Wow.. fantastic picture, love the recipe too!

  7. Fabulous..both the recipe and the have a wonderful space here..glad to follow you :-)

  8. Beautiful pics and lovely recipe too, and its the same all over ur wonderful blog...deliciousness with beautiful pics....

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  9. Thanks all!
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  10. sure u can!!...until 9th june. thanks for visiting! i love ur click btw!


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