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2STATES-Karnataka special rice ball (buti) & Mumbai ka tava pulav :)

sairam,

Here I come up with  2states recipes, haha not the Chetan Bhagat wala or Arjun Kapoor & Alia Bhatt movie… but my 2states recipe in simizkitchen (wings2cooking) is Karnataka recipe Buti (riceball) and Mumbai ka tava pulav…so let me start with Karnataka special buti

   Four Corners of the World the challenge of  #Barathon 2018 

and my challenge is on exploring about cooking in my kitchen 

Buti(rice balls)
A North Karnataka recipe which is known as ‘Buti’ I seriously don’t know what is it called in English… So named it as Riceballs.. this is a recipe where we north Karnataka people prepare this for lunch, or for traveling … must tell this is best for traveling and this is so simple to prepare all that you have to do is, check out below


Ing: –
1.Leftover Rice – mashed
2.Garlic – 1full crushed
3.Black pepper – 1tbsp crushed
4.Fresh cream – 5tbsp
5.Milk – ½bowl
6.Curd – ½cup
7.Cardamom+dry ginger powder – 1tbsp
8.Salt – to taste


Method: –
1. In a bowl add rice & smash it
2. Add salt, garlic, pepper powder, cream, cardamom & ginger powder, curd, milk & mix everything well.
3.now make small balls as shown in pic
4.serve with chutney powder.

 

Tava pulav
Mumbai is known for its glamour or dream city a place for talents & make you dreams come true
Here I picked a famous street food ” Mumbai ka tava pulav ” Here comes the time to chop some colorful veg’s, some butter, some salt+ pepper, some Masalas, sugar, & lemon… Can make your day special for your family & friends…

Ing:-

1. cooked rice, butter

2. vegetables
Peas, carrot, potato, beans, onion, tomato, garlic, ginger, capsicum, lemon, green chili, coriander.

3. spices
Red chili powder, turmeric, pav bhaji masala, salt to taste, pepper powder

4. some sugar

5. water

 

Method: –

1.chop ur vegetables & arrange ur other ingredients 😉
2. Take a tava or pan optional add butter (let it melt)
3.add zeera
4.Add garlic & green chili
5. Vegetable
6.Ginger
7.Tomatozz ( cook them till soft)
8.Salt to taste
9. Spices
10.water ( helps to cook well 5tbsp)
11. Lemon + sugar
12. Add rice & coriander
13. Potato ( use cooked potatoes & smashed)
14. Serve hot 🍛🍛🍛

 

      Super excited to participate in the Third Edition Of  Bar – A – Thon 

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22 Comments

  1. Rice ball or the curd rice, I am sure will go well with puffed rice (poha) papad! WE do make curd rice on similar lines except for cardamom and dry ginger powder. Next time when I will make it, I sure will add the new falvours. As for Tava Pulav, its all time favourite but have not tried it at home. Will try it soon.

    1. tysm 🙂 yes plz do make a try I am sure all will love it…

  2. Nice recipe. Shall try it out sometime. Seems like a dish that would be one of the best in any corner of the world.

    Here is my Barathon 4th day post

    http://www.jaispoetryblog.com/2018/07/four-corners-of-world.html

    1. tysm 🙂 for lovely feedback

  3. deepa says:

    oh that’s fantastic with a delight of two states. will definitely try for sure.

    1. tysm dear 🙂

  4. Would love to try this sometime. Looks absolutely delicious!

    My Day 4 post is here: https://mysoultalks.com/2018/07/09/realisation-barathon/

    1. Tysm dear

  5. Your recipes are always tempting. And this post is not an exception. Thanks for sharing this unique recipe.

    1. tysm 🙂

  6. We make a butti bhaat too but it is tempered with a tadka of curry leaves, jeera and whole red chilli. I’ve never heard of Mumbai Tava pullao…. Must try it now that you’ve told me something like this exists.

    1. yes, there are different variety in buti too… sure do try tavapulao

  7. Thia really looks yummilicious ! I am hungry by just looking at those tempting pictures of rice balls.

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    1. tysm amna 🙂

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    1. tysm… my pleasure

  9. That looks very appealing, Smitha.

    I shall surely try these soon. Nevertheless, I’v always been apprehensive about managing to mix the pulao well on a Tawa (griddle). I mean, how do you guys do that without spilling the stuff around the flame? I’d look forward for tips. So, I make the same pulao in a kadhai instead.

    1. nothing much dear depends on the quantity I am preparing.. on that, I take bigger size tava..

  10. Looks yummy. A great culmination of states and cultures.

    1. tysm dear 🙂

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