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INSTANT BISIBELEBATH

Sometimes we all like to have food that can be made instantly without involving much work. It should be healthy and quick to make at the same time not compromising on the taste. I had one such oppurtunity to cook Instant Bisibelebath from Kairuchi and was I glad I did. It was so easy to make and the aroma filled the kitchen soon and made everyone ask what was cooking in Nithya’s Kitchen? The ingredients are already in the packet and you just have to chop a few veggies and add required water and pressure cook. And lo! It’s as simple as that. Even bachelors, kids and new bees in the kitchen can their hand with this. I made this for a pot luck and all enjoyed to the core. This can be an easy lunch box option as well as it is very filling.

Kairuchi has come up with many instant mixes, masala powders, coffee powder, porridge mix and pickles as well. Kairuchi means magic of taste in one’s hand and true to their claim it is tasty. Their intension is to offer culinary magic to the wider world better known. They ship their products to other states as well and it is free of delivery cost, if you buy above Rs.299. The products are prepared with fresh and natural ingredients with no preservatives. In the journey to discover the culinary treasures of our country Kairuchi has embarked upon this journey. I have used many other products from Kairuchi and have found it to be of the same taste and high standards. This Instant Bisebelebath was one such experience where the authenticity of taste never failed and the flavour and freshness of the product was clearly maintained. Try your hands on these products and let me know.


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INSTANT BISIBELEBATH
Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 15 min
Servings
Persons
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 15 min
Servings
Persons
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Chop all the vegetables.
  2. In a pan adding oil saute the vegetables till they turn soft.
  3. In a vessel add the packet ingredients.
  4. Add water to it and place it in a pressure cooker.
  5. Now the vegetables would have turned soft.
  6. Add it to the rice mixture.
  7. Pressure cook for 3 whistles.
  8. Open and mix well.
  9. Add chopped coriander leaves.
  10. Add ghee.
  11. Serve hot with boondi on top.
Recipe Notes

You can add fried cashew nuts on top.

You can add a spoonfull of sesame oil on top before serving.

Serve this with potato chips and onion raita.

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