Ever since I wrote the post about my Top Comfort Foods in the July #BlogAlong, I have been dyyying to write this post. Writing this post would require me making the dish, which I hadn’t made.. until a few days ago. It couldn’t come at a better time as it is time for the next #BlogAlong, almost like a continuation! This is my opportunity to share one of my absolutely favourite dishes with you. Do go back and check out the post and you will know how much this one dish wonder means to me.
There are many ways of making Bisi Belle Bhaat, but what I share with you is the way I have grown up having it… the way my mommy makes it. It’s simple in flavours, easy to make, and if you like your vegetables (like me…) this sure is a treat.
..Ease: Um.. not really that easy. Requires a bit of practice.
..Taste: Very very verrrrrryyyy tasty!
...Appearance: The dish isn’t much of a looker, but that hardly even matters.
..Pros: Simplicity and makes your tummy go aaahhh!!!
..Cons: Hmm… I can’t think of any. It’s healthy, easy… really.. no cons here folks.
..Would I make it again: I make it ALL THE TIME!
I complete this dish with pickled onions, raita and papad and have it HOT! Cuz that’s that way (ah huh! ah huh!) I like it! (ah huh! ah huh!)
This post is a part of the 3 Girls and a #BlogAlong monthly link-up party, co-hosted by Upasna from Life On My Plate, Shruti from Msz Knowitall and me, Pooja from A Bit of This and a Lot of That. This month’s theme is Open House!
This post is also part of the series ‘The Kannadiga Thaali’ that covers recipes from Karnataka, primarily the north. I would love to have you share recipes, tips and tricks, anecdotes.. anything at all related to this cuisine. Do not forget to tag #TheKannadigaThaali.
The 3Girls are sooooper excited to have the door wide open for you to post anything you like! Go craaazyy peps! 😀