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Ingredients:
Rice-1cup
Toor dal-3/4cup
(Kandi pappu)
BBBmasala-2tsp
Sliced onion-1small
Tamarind pulp-3tbsp
Turmeric-1/4tsp
Curry leav-1string
Carrot, beans, potato, peas-1cup
Mustard seeds-1/4tsp
Ghee-2tbsp
Oil-2tsp

Method:
Cook rice and dal together with more water. Cut the vegetables and boil them and keep aside.Heat oil/ and 2tbsp ghee in a big pan add mustard seed, & curry leaf and fry, then add onion fry well then add all the cooked vegetables, tamarind pulp, turmeric powder, salt cook for 2 mts. Add cooked rice, one cup water (you can add more water.) Finally add masala powder, cook for 5-10 mts in low flame. Stir continuously. Serve with cucumber raita & chips

Besi Bela Bath Masala
Chenna dal 1/2Cup
Urad dal 1/2Cup
Dhaniya 1/4 Cup
Marati Moggu 3
Cinnamon 3
Dry coconut - 100gms
Cumin- 1Spoon
Fenugreek seeds - 1/2 spoon
Red chilli-10(according to your spice level)

Roast and grind it to a fine powder.
Store in a air tight container.
For 1cup of rice use 1-2tsp of masala according to taste.

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