Easy Eating 4 Busy Bachelors

Easy Eating 4 Busy Bachelors

Badam Bata Peanut Bharta- Magical nutrient

bengali badam bata bharta recipe

Bengali Badam Bata - Peanut Bharta Recipe

By , published by Prasadam:
I still remember those days when I was busy with 'my business', trying to cover the studies up to update the lag and raising my kids single-handedly, eating leftover kids' meal either over-calorie meals or no meals due to lack of time, my mom, my saviour recalling her motherhood days and taught me how to eat healthy and be wealthy with simple ingredients to be merry. This recipe will never let you down, trust me. So, hey IT professionals, bachelors, AND those of you who do not have their own time to meet themselves, try this recipe once, you will get a wholesome meal in no time, and its delicious too.
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Yield: 2 Serving size: 1 tbsp | Calories per serving: 300

Ingredients:

  • Salted peanuts: 100g,
  • Fresh coconut pieces: 10g
  • Dry-roasted white sesame seeds: 10g
  • Onion: 1 large
  • Garlic cloves: 8 to 10
  • Fresh ginger: 1 inch
  • Black pepper: 1 tsp
  • Onion seeds or kalongi: 1 tsp
  • Green chili minced: 1 tsp
  • Salt: to taste
  • Cooking oil: 2 tsp



Directions:

Cut coconut in tiny pieces. Mince the onions. Grind together salted peanuts, garlic, ginger, peppercorn and salt as required. Do not add water. If needed you can add one small half onion. In a nonstick pan heat oil, add onion seeds and coconut chips, then add onion and green chili, saute until onion changes its color lightly. Now add grinded peanut and fry for four minutes in low flame. Add sesame seeds during frying. The super tasty and easy side dish for steamed rice is ready to be served. It is best to taste with hot rice or it can be served in rolled bread or roti.


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