This weeks menu, I planned to keep it simple yet tasty. We all love Bisibelabath, a rich and tasty Karnataka Sambar rice which would be best served with onion raitha or simple potato chips in most of the restaurants. There is a slight variation from our tamilnadu sambar and bisibelabath. We add masala ingredients to the sambar and we also cook dal and rice together so that we could mix the masala sambar to the cooked rice and dal and mix well and bisibelabath is ready to serve. We are adding lots of vegetables in bisibelabath and hence we actually don't need any curries as sidedish but potato fry would be a best accompaniment for bisibelabath and also for rasam. This menu takes a little more time than normal sambar menu as we need to mix  the rice and sambar just before serving to retain the flavour and texture of the bisibelabath. 

We can plan any variety of rasam. I actually love to have kalyana rasam as it would make this whole menu much more richer. Simple and plain onion raitha would be a best accompaniment for bisibelabath. We can also make tomato raitha or cucumber raitha to alternate with onion raitha. Last but not the least curd rice would be a perfect end of meal dish.Curd rice with pickle would make us enjoy the meal. 

South Indian Lunch Menu 12 - Bisibelabath, Kalyana Rasam, Potato stir-fry and Onion Raitha
South Indian Lunch Menu 12 - Bisibelabath, Kalyana Rasam, Potato stir-fry and Onion Raitha


Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time20 mins
Cooking Time1 Hour 15 mins
Servings5

South Indian Lunch Menu 12 - Bisibelabath, Kalyana Rasam, Potato stir-fry and Onion Raitha
South Indian Lunch Menu 12 - Bisibelabath, Kalyana Rasam, Potato stir-fry and Onion Raitha

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