This masala powder can be used in various dishes like vangibath (Spicy Eggplant Rice), Alu Bath (Spicy potato Rice), Capsicum & Tomato rice and also sometimes in sambar. To me the fragrance of pathar phool (Rathi puvvu) is an added incentive to use it in as many dishes as I possibly can.



Ingredients - 

Chana dal 2 tsp
Urad dal 2 tsp
Dhania 3 tsp
cinnamon 1 inch
cloves 2 nos
cardamom 2 nos
pathar phool 2 tsp (rathi puvvu in telugu)
dried chillies 4-5 nos
dried coconut powder 6 tsp

Method of preparation -


Dry roast each of these separately until they smell good and grind them into a fine powder. Alternatively one could proportionately increase the quantities for each ingredient and make the masala and store in an air-tight container.


Serves 4 Adults
Preparation Time 20 min 

1 Responses to Vangibath Powder

  1. Usha Says:
  2. Harini, I made this powder couple of days ago and it enhanced the flavor of brown rice. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

     
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