Bisibelebath in Instant Pot

  So, last week I told you guys that I received my IP and would like to try these recipes. I just got to try yogurt and bisibelebath as of now, both came out well. I tried using part rice part quinoa combined with toor dal and loved how it turned out. You can use just rice and dal too.I’m using my mom’s bisibelebath powder here. Let me know if you’d want the recipe, I can get it from my mom. Here’s how I made it. Click on the ‘Instant pot‘ tag to see other recipes. image2 (16) You will need 1 cup rice + 1/2 cup quinoa but you can use just 1.5 cup rice. Toor Dal- 1 cup Onion- 1 small ( cut into small pieces) Tomato- 1 (cut into small pieces) Vegetables (carrot+potato+peas+beans)- 1 bowl Tamarind- 1 lemon size ball or 1 tsp tamarind extract Bisibelebath Powder – 4 tbsp Turmeric powder- a pinch Salt- to taste a tiny piece of jaggery (optional) To temper Mustard Seeds- 1 tsp Oil- 2 tbsp Red chili- 3 METHOD
  • Turn on the Saute mode on IP. Heat oil, add mustard seeds. Once that splutters add red chillies and onions. Fry until onion turns translucent.
  • Add tomatoes and fry for a min and add all the veggies to this. Add bisibelebath powder, salt and tamarind extract.
  • Turn off the saute mode by clicking on cancel.
  • Add rice, quinoa, toor dal and 8 cups of water to this and mix well. Cover the lid and turn valve on ‘sealing’ mode. Pressure cook on ‘manual’ for 20-25 minutes. Open it once the pressure is naturally released. Pour some ghee and enjoy.
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7 thoughts on “Bisibelebath in Instant Pot

  1. How did I miss this post. Looks yummm.. am yet to inaugarate it. Will try this for sure. Need the recipe for the masala powder too.

  2. Had my IP for more than 2 years :)) But today first time inaugurated to cook your recipe. Came out very well for my first try. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Hi,
    Thanks for the recipe. I made it today, turned out yummy. But it got burned a layer at the bottom, any idea why it happened? Im a pretty new user of Instant pot :).

    1. So glad you liked it. Did you switch it off after it’s done? Because it goes to ‘keep warm’ other wise and that might be the reason.

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