Chow chow rice
Chow-Chow Bath: The serving of semolina halwa and semolina upma together is called chow-chow bhat.
- February 23, 2021, 3:12 PM IST
By the way, South Indian food is now slowly becoming famous in North India as well. Even the couple going to the normal office prefers South Indian food as quick-to-eat healthy food. It is better for both taste and health. In such a situation, today I am going to give information about such a dish which can increase your breakfast. ‘Chow Chow Chow’ – Don’t be afraid to see the name. Amunan If you take the name of Chow-Chow Bhat in Delhi, the listener can say that it will be an ‘Indian Chinese’ dish. But, in reality, it is a special offer originating from Karnataka in South India. Chow-Chow Bhat is the arrangement of two mines served together, not a single dish.
The confluence of salty and sweet
It is made from semolina, a very healthy ingredient. In simple language, it is said to serve semolina halwa and semolina upma together. Although Upma in local language is called Kara Bhat and Halwa is called Kesari Bhat. Both are served as breakfast in a plate.Not the traditional, advanced version
By the way, Kara Bhat and Kesari Bhat are very old dishes. But, the style of serving them together is completely new. People who know food in Bengaluru say that it is offered in Modern Restaurant Culture. There is no old tradition of eating Chow-Chow rice in homes.
The name is also native
Actually, no American or Chinese makes a connection with this dish of chow-chow. Rather it is completely local language. Chaiyote vegetable is called Chow Chow in Tamil Nadu. Also, mixer etc. in Karnataka is called Chow Chow. Since two different types of food are mixed in this dish, it is believed that it will be named Chow-Chow Bhat.
There is a boom in South India
Traditionally, Kesari Bhat or Upma is not served together anywhere. But now gradually many restaurants are adopting this new tradition. Dosa and idli are also served in mini platter etc. People also like this food very much. People say that they enjoy eating it with coconut chutney.