Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Moongil Arisi Kadhamba Saadham/Mixed Dal Bamboo Rice

Bamboo Rice aka Moongil Arisi, is a super healthy food, i grabbed this rice during my last India trip from an Organic store. Seriously i want to prepare some delicious dishes with this incredible ingredient since a while and finally i got a chance to prepare an extremely delicious dish. This rice can be cooked and consumed just like our regular rice.Bamboo rice has a nice chewy taste and its very similar to unpolished rice. Trust me this rice tastes delicious when served along with our popular Indian curries. This rice is extremely rich in proteins than the rice and wheat. It lowers cholesterol leves and good source of vitamin B6. This rice controls joints pain, back pain and rheumatic pain.

Moongil Kadhamba Saadham, Sambhar Bamboo Rice

My first trial with bamboo rice is this lipsmacking mixed dal bamboo rice loaded with vegetables. Since am trying my hands with bamboo rice for the first time, i dont want to make something special than trying a healthy dal rice. Easy to make, this delicious protein rich rice will definitely fill some hungry tummy easily. This chewy rice tastes fabulous as Kadhamba rice, and planning to make few more healthy dishes with this fantastic bamboo rice. Am running this week's blogging marathon with Vegetarian dinner ideas as theme, obviously this lipsmacking comforting food is going for this week's theme.

Bamboo Sambhar Rice


1cup Bamboo Rice
1/2cup Channa dal
1/2cup Toor dal
1tbsp Tamarind paste
4cups Mixed Veggies(any vegetables of your choice)
1tbsp Sambar powder
Salt
Few curry leaves
Coriander leaves (chopped)
1tsp Ghee
1tsp Mustard seeds,Urad dal
3nos Dry red chillies
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder

Soak the bamboo rice for an hour.

Cook bamboo rice and dals together with 5 cups of water upto 5-6 whistles.

Meanwhile cook the vegetables with enough water until they get half cooked and keep aside.

In a large pan, mix the tamarind paste with 3cups of water, add the salt, sambar powder, curry leaves and the already cooked veggies and cook for few minutes until the veggies get well cooked.

Mash slightly the bamboo rice-dals, add to the cooking vegetables, until the gravy turns bit thick.

Mixed Dal Bamboo Rice,Kadhamba Moongil Sadham

Heat oil for tempering, let splutters the mustard seeds, urad dal, now fry the dry redchillies,asafoetida powder, curry leaves and add this tempered spices to the rice.

Add the ghee and chopped coriander leaves to the rice.

Serve hot with papads or either with pickles.

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13 comments:

Usha Rao said... Reply To This Comment

That is a filling meal and with the some papas on the side, it must have tasted great.

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Now I need to explore what Bamboo Rice looks like, priya seriously how do you end up with so many fantastic finds!..very nice..

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

I've seen bamboo rice but yet to try it - this one pot meal looks hearty and delicious

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Amazing.. Moongil Arisi, never used it. Need to see if I can find it here.

rajani said... Reply To This Comment

I wish you had posted a picture of the rice as well. The preparation looks delicious

The Happie Friends Potpourricorner said... Reply To This Comment

So many ingredients and lovely cooking!!

Sandhiya said... Reply To This Comment

Heard about bamboo rice a lot nowadays, never used it. The rice looks so delicious & healthy.

Archana Potdar said... Reply To This Comment

Never heard of bamboo rice. This prepration looks great. Wish you had posted a picture of the rice also.

Priya Srinivasan said... Reply To This Comment

Heard of bamboo rice priya, but never cooked with it! this looks delicious!! Will try whether i can get it here!

Harini-Jaya R said... Reply To This Comment

A new grain for me. Sounds very flavorful.

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

That looks like a hearty and delicious meal. I'm drooling here :-)

Sapana Behl said... Reply To This Comment

Never heard of this rice but the dish surely looks very inviting.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

I have never tasted bamboo rice, but with this amazing recipe, even regular rice would have been alleviated to the next level :)