Panta Bhaat Recipe
This traditional recipe hails from the Eastern part of the country, especially Odisha and Bengal, where this fermented rice is consumed to heal the digestive ailments and calm the system. This simple delicacy is nothing but leftover rice soaked in water overnight with a dash of salt. This rice is consumed the next day with Aloo Pitika/ Aloo Chokha, Mustard oil, chopped onions, lemon slices and green chilies along with salt. This meal is also good for inducing sleep and treating stomach issues. So, try it today and share your feedback with us in the below given comment section.
How to make Panta Bhaat
Step 1 Soak leftover rice
To begin with this easy recipe, soak leftover rice in water and refrigerate it overnight.
Step 2 Wash and peel the veggies
Next, to prepare the meal, wash and peel the potatoes and onions. Keep some onions for garnishing.
Step 3 Pressure cook the potatoes
Next, take a pressure cooker and add water along with potatoes for 2 whistles. Mash the potatoes.
Step 4 Add corinader leaves
Take a pan and add 2 tbsp mustrad oil and allow it to heat, add red chilies along with chopped onions, green chilies, salt, red chili powder along with mashed potatoes. Cook the Aloo Chowkha and add corinader leaves.
Step 5 Assemble and enjoy
Assemble the dish by serving with hot Aloo Chowkha, onions, mustard oil, salt, lemon pieces. Relish the dish and cold and enjoy.