• • Avalakki/beaten rice – 3 cups
  • • Moong daal/hesarbele – 1 cup
  • • Coconut – ½ cup
  • • Vegetables – Beans, carrot, potato, capsicum, peas – ¾ cup
  • • Groundnut (Optional)
  • • American corn (Optional)
  • • Black gram daal – 2 spoons
  • • Channa Daal – 2 table spoon
  • • Corrinander seeds – 5 t spoon
  • • Byadagi chilli – 8
  • • guntoor – 6
  • • poppy seeds – 2 spoon
  • • tamrind
  • • Jaggery
  • • turmeric.
  • • Salt
  • • Ghee/Oil – 10 T spoons
  • • Cashew – 6
  • • Curry leaves

Avalakki/Beaten rice/Poha/Flatten rice  is symbol of Krishna and Sudhama’s friendship. Different varieties of breakfast can be prepared using this. Most of the time Puha/Avalakki is prepared in simple way.  We use to arrange Avalakki mela for get together.  Avalakki Bisibele bath is one of the elaborated breakfast and it is super hit breakfast in my family.

Method

  1. Wash and Soak Avalakki/beaten rice for 30 minutes.
  2. Boil moong dal/hesarubele . Cooker can be used to boil.
  3. Cut all vegetables and boil them separately. Ground nut can be added.
  4. Heat Ghee/Oil in a pan, add onions(Optional), add tomato and fry it for 5 minutes.
  5. Add boiled vegetables and boiled moong daal/hesarbele to the pan.
  6.  Add masala and Avalakki to this.
  7. Add required salt and leave it for 10 minutes.
  8. For seasoning: Take another pan, add Ghee
  9. Add Cashew and curry leaves.
  10. Avalakki bisibele bath is ready to eat.

For Masala: Fry Black gram daal, Channa Daal, Corrinander seeds, Byadagi chilli, guntoor  separately. Add  poppy seeds and coconut. Grind with tamrind and jaggery and turmeric.