Mar 31, 2008

Kambu ( Bajra ) koozh

I know I am the last one to send my
entry to Mansi's event.Though my
entry is very simple they are rich in
B vitamins,especiallyniacin,B6 and folic acid,
calcium,iron,potassium,magnesium and zinc.
source:Wikipedia
I have seen the construction workers ,
whose breakfast is simple kambu or keppai
koozh with small onions.It gives lot of energy
to work physically.And thereafter it occupies
our breakfast plate often with fruits and
vegetables.
Ingredients
Bajra flour - 1/2 cup
water - 2 cups
salt to taste
buttermilk - 1 cup
Method
Mix bajra flour with 1 cup of water.
Now add the remaining water .
Keep it on the stove and stir it continuously
and cook for 5 min.
Switch off and allow it to cool completely.
Add buttermilk and salt.Mix well.

14 comments:

Cham said...

Kambu Koozh looks great. Another Ingredient (Kambu) classified for labor workers.

Uma said...

looks delicious. nice entry.

Mansi Desai said...

never heard of this before! thanks for sending it in to WBB Kamala!:)

Divya Vikram said...

Simple yet healthy breakfast dear..

Dhivya said...

Wow!kambu kooz!sapitu romba nal atchu!!!!indeed a healthy one:)

Srivalli said...

thats a nice one for wbb..

sowmya said...

have rarely tasted anythinh with bajra..this is indeed a healthy one..and btw,,you are not the last one to send your entry..i sent after you:D

Sagari said...

that a healthy recipe

ANJALI J. said...

kambu koozh looks too delicious..
Kamala, i add tamarind and jaggery to dry chutney powder to make it bit tangy and sweet.. khatta meetha type :)

Laavanya said...

I've hear that it's very good but have never tasted it myself. Must be a healthy breakfast.

Sam said...

What a GREAT looking. This dish looks so beautiful, so delicious! That a nice healthy recipe. Thanks so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

i tried but got a bitter taste, any idea to avoid that?

The Princess said...

Kambu Koozh is a new recipe for me. We gujarati's make something called Raab which is similar to Kambu Koozh. Please check it out at http://givemesomespice.blogspot.com/2010/01/recipe-for-gujarati-traditional-raab.html

Raab is a lot sweeter and good drink when you have a bad cold.

Anonymous said...

Hello,nice post thanks for sharing?. I just joined and I am going to catch up by reading for a while. I hope I can join in soon.