This Super Jodi Combo has Karnataka's authentic Bisibelebath and Kodubale bundled together. Bisibelebath is generally served with a fried snack on the side to compliment like boondhi, chips etc. However, we recommend iPaaka Spicy RIngs to accompany Bisibelebath as they make a perfect jodi together. All iPaaka products have natural ingredients and gives you authentic South Indian taste, flavor and aroma.
Bisibelebath is an authentic Karnataka recipe which is a complete food with rice lentils and aromatic spices. iPaaka Bisibelebath Instant Mix gives you an open canvas to add in your choice of grain (rice, boiled rice, red rice, beaten/flattened rice, broken wheat, millets etc) and vegetables which blends with the choicest set of spices to satisfy your taste buds. Adding beaten/flatten rice makes it light, adding millets makes it healthy.
Cooking instructions: For about 100g of iPaaka Bisibelebath Instant Mix add 400ml water and let it boil on a medium flame. Now add 2 portions (enough for two) cooked rice and your choice of boiled vegetables and let the mixture simmer for 5 mins. Season with mustard, cashewnut, curry leaves using oil/ghee and serve hot
Spicy Rings, or Kodubale, is a signature snack from Karnataka made using a unique local spice mix. Quick and easy to use, this premix takes away the hassle of preparation while giving you control over the choice of oil and the quantity and shape of the snack. Make it fresh and have it hot or prepare batches to snack on over the week, iPaaka Spicy Rings mix works the way you want it to. And this mouth-watering snack will be ready by the time you make your tea or coffee! We'd also recommend trying it with iPaaka Bisibelebath.
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Cooking instructions: Take about 100g of iPaaka Spicy Rings mix, add little warm water and 3 tbsp hot oil and slowly mix to prepare the dough. Knead the dough and bring it to poori dough consistency. Pour sufficient oil in a pan to fry the Kodubale and keep on a medium flame. Roll the dough, make rings of medium thickness and seal it by pressing the ends together Check if the oil has heated up by dropping a pinch of the dough into the oil Add the rings one by one to the oil and let it cook for 3-4 mins. Now turn the rings around to cook on the other side. Once the rings have turned brown, use a strainer to take the Kodubale rings out of the oil on to a plate and serve 100g of iPaaka Kodubale Mix makes about 10 medium sized Spicy Rings