Saturday, July 4, 2009

Vangi Bhath-T&T from Asha's Foodie's Hope

Vangi Bhath, famous Karnataka rice dish with brinjals, cooked rice and spice powder specially made for preparing rice....I usually go for store bought vangi bhath spice powder and quite easy to prepare these brinjam spice rice...I was really searching to prepare this vangi bhath with home made spice powder since a long, when i went through Asha's Foodie's Hope i saw this vangi bhath rice dish, which Ashakka prepared with her home made powder and i really got hooked with this yummy dish which i find here, also we know very well the Ashakka comes always with her beautiful clicks which really makes us hungry whenever we go to her blog, i love to go through her blog whenever i sit in front of my system..i really love her way of presentation and her enthu to prepare delicious and fabulous thali dishes...I always admire her cooking skills where u may see loads of Indian dishes to international dishes...I really miss her posts but fortunately her blog was been selected for the event of Tried & Tasted of this month..Thanks a lot Ashakka for posting this vangi bhath dish, we really enjoyed having this delicious vangi bhath with home made spice powder, this rice dish goes straight to Tried & Tasted - Foodie's Hope guest hosted by Ashwini, event started by Zlamushka, also am sending to Sanghi's FIL-Brinjals and finally goes to EFM June-Breakfast & Variety rices by Srilekha...


2cups Rice (cooked)
2cups Eggplants (cubed)
1/4cup Tamarind juice
1tbsp Sesame seeds
1/2tsp Fenugreek seeds
1+1/2tbsp Oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Channa dal
1tsp Urad dal
2nos Dry red chillies
10nos Cashewnuts pieces
Salt

Vangi Bhath Powder:
1/4cup Grated coconut
1tsbp Coriander seeds
1tbsp Channa dal
1tbsp Urad dal
2nos Dry red chillies
1/2tsp Asafoetida powder

Dry roast all the ingredients for the vangi bhath powder and ground them as fine powder, keep aside..Heat the oil and fry the eggplants and salt until the eggplants get cooked, keep aside..Heat a tsp of oil and add the mustard seeds, urad dal, channa dal,fenugreek seeds, sesame seeds, curry leaves, red chillies and cashew nuts, once they get well fried add the tamarind juice and cook until its get thick..add now the grounded spice powder, keep in simmer until the oil gets separates, add now the already cooked eggplant cubes, salt and cook until eggplants are tender, put off the stove..mix the rice gently without breaking rice, adjust the salt if needed...

Serve hot!

21 comments:

  1. Mmmmmmmmm... looks yummmmm...
    lovely presentation...

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  2. hey priya,
    the rice looks fluffy and yummm...never made vangi powder and puliyogare powder at home now should give it a shot
    Thanks girlie :)

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  3. wow! Looks so good priya!! grainy beautiful rice...tempting!

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  4. WOw very nice dish. I can see each grain of rice.

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  5. Lovely photo Priya...looks very delicious :)

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  6. Looks yummy & nice entry.. delicious..

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  7. looks soooo good and tempting :)

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  8. wow nice presentation priya yes home made masala powders will give a great aroma and taste for our dishes.Great choice from Asha s blog nice entry.

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  9. What delicious and tempting pics!

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  10. Looks yummy and nice click :)

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  11. very good recipe...looks delicious! great entry!

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  12. If you add 1 tsp sesame seeds to the powder it will enhance the flavour. But this dish sounds yummy tasting as it is.

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  13. I love vangi bath. Yours looks divine.

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  14. Yummy and spicy.I have never tried this,but yours look very tempting.Perfect entry to both the events.

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  15. Nice choice! Rice has cooked so well, lovely!

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  16. One of my fav rice variety! Looks amazing.

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  17. Vangi bath..great idea and the photograph looks yummier Priya..

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  18. Looks perfect and delicious....

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  19. Looks delicious Priya :) Love the fluffy look of the rice!

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  20. Looks so good and tasty Priya.

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  21. The rice looks so delish..I have never tried this.Will give it a try sometime

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