Today I am sharing a traditional breakfast recipe from Karnataka. It is called Khara Bath or Masala Bhath. Served traditionally along with kesari bhath. This combo breakfast is must in all weddings. I just love the spicy khara bhath drizzled with Ghee.I love the khara bhath you get in MTR and darshini in Bangalore. Breakfast should never be skipped as it is the first meal of the day. A proper breakfast will keep you active and energized. I try to make wholesome breakfast on weekdays. We enjoy an elaborate breakfast on weekends as i am off from work. My humble contribution for 209 #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #ThindiYenu is this delicious Khara Bhath. This week’s theme was suggested by Aruna who blogs at . Check out her amazing blog for some wonderful recipes.
Recipe for Khara Bhath: Ingredients: 1 Cup Sooji / Rava 2 Medium Size Onions finely Chopped 1 Tbsp Oil 2 Medium size Tomatoes finely chopped 1 Tbsp Ghee Salt to Taste 1 Tsp Vangi Bhath Powder 1/2 Tsp Mustard 3/4 Tsp Red Chilli Powder 1/2 Tsp Urad dal A generous Pinch of Hing / Asafoetida 1/2 Tsp Channa dal 10 Cashews 2 Tsp Grated fresh coconut Curry Leaves Method: Dry roast the Rava in a wide bottom pan on low flame. Ensure the color does not change. Roast for about 5 mins. Transfer it to a plate and allow it to cool. Heat the same pan. Add oil. Add channa dal, urad dal , curry leaves and mustard seeds.Once the mustard seeds splutter add hing and cashews.They will turn lightly brown. Next add finely chopped onions and saute until they turn translucent.Next add finely chopped tomatoes and saute until they are cooked. Add Vangi bhath powder and red chilli powder and mix well. Add 2 cups of water to this mixture. As it starts to boil add salt and roasted rava and mix well.Ensure there are no lumps. Keep stirring until the water is dried up and rava is cooked. Garnish with Ghee and freshly grated coconut and serve. Enjoy bisi bisi Khara Bhath at the convenience of your home.

11 thoughts on “KHARA BHATH / MASALA BHATH”

  1. Khara bhat with that vangi bhat powder is new to me. We make rava but do not add any masala too it. This looks flavourful and very tempting. I am drooling imagining the taste.

  2. I’ve not made khara bath at home but have had it once in a restaurant. It was super chilli, but loved the sweet bath along with it. Will have to try this breakfast dish.

  3. Khara Bath is one of the favorite breakfast recipe at my place, I like to have it with with putani chutney. Your’s Kara bath looking very perfect and delicious with freshly garnished coconut.

  4. Looks absolutely delicious Preethi. If I can I would love some on my plate right now.
    This is what I will love to eat in the Darshani in Bangalore next time. Since the time I have breakfast the kids are fast asleep, I will do it by myself.

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