Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Dahi papad ki subji......Blog Hop Wednesday


Today is 7th week of blog hop wednesday started by Radhika.today i  am paired with Priya of Mahro Rajasthan's recipes.she has wonderful space with innovative ,delicious recipes she is very active
organised many events and participating in other's event .do visit her blog .u will find many new dishes.
Ichoose this dish bec i heard about it ,it is one of the rajasthani dish,but never tried.it is moreover new to me and easy simple quick to make Try it when u have guest without any information.the taste is yum.

Ingredients
curd -1cup
papad-5 small moong dalor use urd also
redchili powder-1.4 tsp
turmeric powder-1/4 tsp coriander powder 1/2 tsp
rai-1/4 tsp zeera 1/4 tsp
hing- pinch of
coriander leaves
salt to taste
oil-1tbsp

Method
make small pieces of papad.keep aside.
whisk curd add all the dry masalas except salt. papad has salt so in the end add salt after testing it.
heat oil in a pan add hing, rai&zeera  when zeera rai crackled add curd with masalas and stire so that there is not any lump and curd is also not crudled. after 1-2 minutes add 1cup of water to it .boil for 5-6 minutes when it becomes thick add broken papad to it. boil for another 3-4 minutes or the papad done. i used pinch of salt.garnish with coriander leaves.
Spicy quick subji is ready to eat
Eat with chapati pratha it goes perfect with rice as side dish!!
My hop blog recipes:
FROM VARDIHNI
Mhejabeen blog
FROM lAXMI
from Charishma
from Anamika
from Nirmla's blog

sending to Radhika;s blog hop wednesday

SENDING TO KAVI'S HCC

45 comments:

  1. Actually to frank I haven't tried preparing dihes with papad but this gravy looks very tempating and yummy..will try out soon:)

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  2. Never heard about this subji before.Nice attempt and feeling like having now itself.

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  3. Nice recipe...very new to me...

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  4. A nice and very homely recipe.Thanx 4 dropping by to my space

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  5. New recipe and easy to make when we 've run out of veggies. Nice clicks

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  6. Super delicious subji,seriously tempting..

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  7. Awww, that's lovely!!
    It looks so very beautiful and the combination is just superb.

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  8. Wow..This looks so new and different.

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  9. Very delicious and super tempting !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  10. Yummy dish.........Bookmarked.

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  11. Dahi papad curry sounds very tasty.

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  12. You always manage to dig out unheard of recipes santosh. Hats off for your patience and enthusiasm. Subji is looking very scrumptious.

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  13. Wow, Dahi with papad was heard of.. not both together.. That sounds interesting.. Happy to follow you Santhosh.

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  14. Thanks for posting this unique combination dish....

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  15. This really sounds yummy. I love yogurt based gravies . Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I'm glad to follow your blog.

    http://sadaf-culinaryadventures.blogspot.com

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  16. Very unique combination. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    -Lavanya
    My Recent Post: Beetroot Curry

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  17. Thanks Santosh for those kind words, the sabzi looks superb, done very well.

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  18. sabzi looks so good and lovely recipe...

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  19. Oh My God. i'm simply drooling here.

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  20. Gravy looks tempting..yummy curry

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  21. a new recipe to me, papad curry sounds very delicious..

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  22. Thanks for visiting my space,glad to follow you.Papad subzi looks tempting.

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  23. hi santosh, i have never seen this before, but it sure looks appetizing. great dish . have a nice day

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  24. Pics are very inviting Santosh. love these:-)

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  25. Great recipe with lots of color ... beautiful pictures .. hugs Marimi

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  26. I know you are following me,but I couldn't see you in the list.Please check it.
    Cheers
    Nalini

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  27. I loved loved loved it!!! pappad and dahi is such an awesome combo!

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  28. thats a new recipe for me....Looks great

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  29. Looks yummy,nice idea and loved this easy curry.

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  30. when i saw the dish, I thought it must be from Priya's blog - Looks Super Santoshji :)

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  31. Nice set of recipes. Papadi chat looks yummy.

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  32. Honey, your recipes are appetizing.
    I confess that I know of some ingredients.
    The same ingredient here, you may have another name here in Brazil.
    But sharing is very good.
    Kisses.

    Silmara
    www.casaefoao.blogspot.com

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  33. Never came across this curry using papads... looks fabulous... thanks for sharing...

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  34. The papad flower looks awesome-- what a creative idea!
    Happy Diwali

    Cheers
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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