Bisi bhela Bhath

Written by cornstarch

12 Comments

  1. Latha

    Hi cornstarch……..tried this and it came out very well,I have already made it more than 3 times now….making it at least once a week and my husband loves it…..Wanted to send my comments earlier but didnt have time, voted and added to my favorites as well, thank you.

  2. jlakshmi

    Hi

    I made this exact version y’day. It was simply suberb, I have tried diff. versions of Bisel Bela Bhath. This dish was very excellent. Not too dry / watery perfect.

    I voted and added to my fav. Other readers can surely give this a try , worth it believe me..

    thanks
    Jaya

  3. jlakshmi

    Hi

    I was about to make chappathi and Masala, but seeing your tempting picture and easy step by step instructions, I followed them. My Bisebela bath is getting cooked now. I followed the steps inch by inch. Hopefully will get the same taste. Will let u know tom.

    Thx
    Jaya

    1. cornstarch

      Yea Shankar, it does get thick once it cools down. You can reheat it with a glass or 2 of water to make it mushy again.

      another tip is , the bhath should be really watery when you remove it from the stove, so that it reaches that mushy texture once it cools down.

      the ones you get at restuarants are so sinfully perfect because they use a lot of ghee and dalda which isn't that healthy

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