Vangi Bath

Vangi Bath:


2 cup steamed rice.
3 tbsp oil
50g small onion chopped
100g brinjal diced into medium sized
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
salt to taste

To grind:

2 tsp toor dhal
11/4 tsp grated coconut
1 tsp corriender seeds
1/2 tsp peanut
1/4 tsp sesame seeds
a pinch hing powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder


Fry the grinding ingredients with a tsp of oil and let it cool for sometime.
Heat the remaining oil in a kadai,add the mustard seeds.Once it crackles,add the chopped small onion and diced brinjal and curry leaves.Cover with lid and cook it for 5 mins.
Grind the grinding ingredients into fine powder.This is called the vangi bath powder.
Add the vangi bath powder into the kadai.Add salt and mix it well.Cook it for 2 mins,until the raw smell goes.
Once it cooked nicely,add the rice and mix it well.cover and cook it for another 2 mins.
You can smell the nice aroma of the bath while cooking.Stir it nicely and switch off the stove.Transfer vangi bath into a serving bowl.

                      It goes nicely with anything raitha/papad.I served it with vadavam,moormilagai and thair vadai.

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  1. says

    Dear Premalatha
    Thank you very much for visiting my blog and your note of appreciation.
    I have heard the name of this dish but never had a chance to eat it.It sounds so tasty. Will try to make it. Let me see what all the dishes you have here. I am following you.
    Have a nice week

  2. says

    Hi dear thanks a lot for visiting my blog…and pls do visit again…I am so happy to meet a person like you who has such a wonderful neatly arranged blog with a library of yammy recipies….glad to follow you,…be in touch…

    I never knew that rice can be made along with brinjal…new dish to me…..looks quite tempting….

  3. says

    பார்க்கவே படு சூப்பரா இருக்கு….

    பார்த்தா, பொடி தூவின கத்திரிக்காவ அப்படியே சுட சுட சாதத்துல கலந்து, லேசா நெய் ஊத்தி சாப்பிடற மாதிரி ஒரு ஃபீல் வர்றது…

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