Sunday, August 30, 2009

Bas Saaru[Avrebele sabbasitige soppu combination]

Since mom is from north karnataka, she didn't knew much "Bayalu seeme" recipes. She started learning them by collecting recipes from her friends.One such recipe is Bas Saaru.I got this recipe from her.

Gosh! It was awesome!!!. Last week I made this bassaru, palya and mudde, it turned out very tasty.Bassaru is prepared by using flat Bean daal cooked and drained water/ broth.

Bassaru and Palya is a combo and tastes great with Ragi mudde.

While preparing regular curries/Palya from pulses, we drain excess water and throw it out.
But the water contains double the protein content of wheat and three times that of rice. Pulses have significant nutritional and health advantages.
Bas Saaru is made out of drained out excess water to utilize its high protein value to maximum extent.

Bas Saaru:

You need to have:

Flat Bean Daal -1 cup
Dill/sabsige soppu-1 bunch
Onion-1 medium sized
Green chillies- 8-10 nos.
Garlic- 4 cloves
Shredded coconut-1 cup
Cumin seeds-1 tsp
Pepper -2-3 corns
Curry leaves -2 strings
Salt to taste
Oil to saute
Mustard-2 tsp

Here is the recipe for authentic bas saaru...

Pressure cook (2 whistles only) dal/lentil and chopped dill.Strain and collect the cooked water in a bowl, which is used for bassaru.Keep 2-3 tbsp of cooked dal and dill separately, which is used in Saaru.
Dry Palya:-Heat oil, add mustard, curry leaves, saute green 3-4 chopped chillies, 2 clove garlic and onion.Add the pressure cooked stuff to this, stir well.Sprinkle half cup shredded coconut, chopped coriander.


Fry cumin seeds, green chillies, pepper, 2 garlic cloves, chopped onion for 2 mins.
Grind above fried mixture ,half cup shredded coconut, 1 tsp cooked dal, salt together into a fine paste.
Saute mustard, curry leaves and chopped onion in oil.Add the collected dal cooked water(/veggie stock/ broth), cook for 5 minutes.Add ground masala paste,When it starts boiling add saved cooked veggie which was kept separately.Serve bassaru and dry palya with Ragi mudde or white rice.


Shyam Sajankila said...

Hi Neetha,
Looks and think will taste awesome. I got to try this out. Meanwhile can you tell me how to prepare Ragi Mudde?

Adige Mane Ruchi said...

Hi Shyamanna,

Below is the link for ragi mudde recipe.

Try it out and do let me know:)

Vishku said...

All entries in your Halli aduge are so tasty and pictures are amazing too Thanks for sharing

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