Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Kachori, Aloo ki Sabji with curd dipped onion rings


Kachori is usually made with a filling for Urad dal mixture inside wheat balls but I tried this recipe by making a dough of urad dal mixture with wheat flour which makes it an easy preparation.
This will definitely be relished by kids and grown ups too.. :-)


Ingredients:

For kachori:

Wheat flour - 2cup
Urad dal -1/2 cup
Fennel seeds - 2tbsp
asafotieda (hing) - 1/4 tsp
Coriander seeds - 3tbsp
Green chillies-1
Coriander leaves

For aloo sabji (Potato Curry):

Potatoes - 1/2 kg
Tomato - 2 puree
Cumin seeds-1tsp
Kasuri methi-1tsp
Coriander leaves
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder-1/2 tsp
Coriander powder-1tsp
Salt to taste
Water - 3 cups

For Curd dipped onion rings:

Onions - 1 medium size
Curd - 1 cup
Salt to taste

Method for Kachori:

Soak urad dal for 4 hours. Grind it coarsly with green chillies. Roast fennel seeds, coriander seeds and powder it. Add dal , roasted and ground masala, coriander leaves and dal paste to wheat flour. Add salt, hing and make a tight dough. Keep it aside for half an hour. Make small balls.




Flatten balls using roller and oil.
Heat oil in a pan and deep fry it on slow fire to make kachori.







Method for Aloo Sabji (Potato Curry):

Peel and cut potato in small cube pieces.
Heat oil in a pressure cooker and add cumin seeds.When it crackles, add all the masalas. Add tomato puree and fry till it leaves oil. Add  cut potatoes add kasori methi to it. Add  water and cover the lid. Simmer flame after first whistle and cook for 10 minutes.
  

Method for Curd dipped onion rings:

Cut onions in round shape and make rings.
Hang curd in a muslin cloth for 1/2 an hour or till it leaves water completely.
Replace hung curd in a dish, add salt and onion rings and mix well.



Serve Kachori and Aloo subji hot with curd dipped onion rings and some pickles.


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18 comments:

  1. Fabulous looks dishes...such a droolworthy spread, thanks for sending to cws..

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  2. wow so tempting kachori n aloo ki sabji ...tusi gr8 ho santosh ...kachori kya khub banaya appne

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  3. Looks a yummy platter! My mouth is watering!

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  4. My all time favorite combo..looks super good n mouth watering!!
    You are a brilliant cook..keep up the good work!!

    http://usmasala.blogspot.com/

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  5. lovely platter,really made me hungry...looks so good...

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  6. I feel like having kachoris right now.Look delicious and yummy...

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  7. wow..looks fabulous...drooling pictures

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  8. nice to see the kachori recipe..looks yummy...

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  9. Thank you for visiting my blog! I recently ate some true-blue North Indian food and really enjoyed it. The kachori and alu sabji is undoubtedly a combo which can never fail to please..

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  10. Nice display. Curd dipped in yogurt is new to me.

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  11. Lovely platter dear. Excellent and tasty looking kachoris and aloo ki sabji. Great clicks.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. this is superbly delicious....thanx for sending..

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  13. Hi Santosh
    I loved this recpie and I tried it yesterday evening though it all tasted great my kachori was not like a ball it was almost like papdi flat any suggestions as to why it is so please advice
    Anisha

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  14. Amazing blog ! looks for delicious. tasty kachori , i love indian food. thankyou for shearing this information with us!chowringhee satyaniketan

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