Thursday, February 7, 2013

Potato Masala Stuffed Snakegourd Rings

Snakegourd is one of my favourite vegetable but honestly speaking none at home like this Indian vegetable. To feed everyone at home, i usually prepare them with dals as kootu so that none can remove the vegetable from the dal. But recently i tried making this super crispy starters with snakegourd stuffed with spicy potato masala, this crispy rings are big hit among my kids and they vanished very much quickly. 

Even these rings goes for a bit long cooking process, i dont bother to make them again just to feed this veggie to my kids.I know potatoes is almost everyone's favourite, thats why i went for a quick potato masala, you can also go for paneer masala or minced soya masala or else any other masala your family likes.A prefect starter to serve in a party menu or as a side dish to serve along with variety rice dishes.



25nos Snakegourd rings (medium sized rings,deskinned & remove the seeds)
1/4cup Cornflour
2tbsp Maida flour
Salt
Bread crumbs (as per need)

Potato Masala:
2nos Potatoes
1no Onion(big & chopped)
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
Few curry leaves
Salt
Oil
1/2tsp Cumin seeds

Heat enough oil,let crack the cumin seeds, add immediately the chopped onions, curry leaves, sauté until they turns transculent.

Add the red chilly powder, garam masala powder, salt, saute everything for few minutes.

Finally add the smashed cooked potatoes, cook everything in simmer,put off the stove and let them get cool completely.

Take enough potato masala and stuff the snakegourd rings well,keep aside.

Make a thick paste with cornflour,maida and salt.

Now drop gently the potato masala stuffed snakegourd rings in the flour paste,take out and roll it well in the bread crumbs,continue the same process until the masala stuffed snakegourd rings gets finished.

Heat enough oil in a pan, shallow fry the breadcrumbs coated snakegourd rings until the crust turns golden brown.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.

Enjoy warm with ketchup.

52 comments:

  1. Wow this is great idea. Will try it soon.

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  2. crispy crunchy!!! so perfect with tea or coffee!!!
    Sowmya
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  3. Will make a great tea time snack. nice method

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  4. Potato Masala Rings were so yummy, perfect match with tea

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  5. Sis, you always have unique and delicious recipes up...looks so crunchy!

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  6. Cheers for coming up with this recipe..so tempting...

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  7. Naan ketchup illamale saapiduven. :-)Cutlets with surprise twist inside.. like the idea.

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  8. Perfect for the cold weather..nice with cup of tea...yumm

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  9. wow its really cool priya.. never thought we can use snake gourd rings like this..

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  10. prfect tea time or after school snack..

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  11. That looks so delicious... have not tried this deep fried version. How yummy

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  12. So simple and cute one. Lovely starter priya.

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  13. lovely recipe and mouth watering.
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  14. Same here, I like snakegourd but my daughters just won't eat it. But I guess this is something they will love as long as I don't tell them what's inside! :)

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  15. These look so good Priya! Would love to have some :)

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  16. Crunchy snack for tea time,a good one to prepare.
    Sai Padmapriya
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  17. Priya, what a delicious idea. I love snake gourd and I adore potatoes. This sounds like a must-make recipe.

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  18. Different snack ....looks crispy....

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  19. Nice and interesting way to cook snake gourd.. Looks so addictive..

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  20. Looks divine!!! Nice presentation ;)

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  21. this is a good way to feed veggies to kids .. awesome!

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  22. delicious

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  23. very interesting...looks so good...would love to have this one.

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  24. Priya! You will come up with such creative methods. We love it with lentils; will try this too.

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  25. ppaaarrrraaaaa.... Tempting starter Priya...
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  26. super stuffing idea, delicious fry, will try it soon :-)

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  27. Yummy Appetizer...looks crispy and inviting..

    love your pretty Soccer balls as well...

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  28. Hi Priya, I also regularly prepare this dish, very tasty and healthy...

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  29. This Potato Masala Stuffed Snakegourd Rings looks delicious. Love that innovative recipe.

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  30. Great idea...kids will love it...thanks for a new recipe

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  31. looks yum!
    regards,
    Srilekha
    http://www.srishkitchen.com/

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  32. looks yummy!
    regards,
    Srilekha
    http://www.srishkitchen.com/

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  33. Tiene un aspecto muy bueno me encanta ,abrazos y abrazos..

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