Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Tikhat Mithachi Puri & Batate Kachrya

Sunday lunch is always special at our place, every sunday i have to make something with meats,but this weekend i changed the rules and cooked finally a wonderful Marathi platter. Tikhat mithachi puri is a kind of puri but prepared with red chilly powder and Batate kachrya is a simple potato stir fry.Both works out prefect together and we had a fantastic sunday lunch with this puffy puri and mildy spiced potato fry.

I crossed this both dishes at one of favourite blogger Uma's space, do you want some comforting food from the famous Konkani cuisine,just check her place. Her space will definitely pull you to give a try to different cuisines, thanks Uma,these puri and potato stir fry was absolutely a stunning combination and even my meat lovers enjoyed thoroughly these dishes for their lunch. Now this puffy spicy puri is my lil one's favourite.Sending to Preeti Deo's Humble Giveaway to fight against Plagiarism event..


Batate Kachrya :
Recipe Source: Uma
3nos Potatoes
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Oil
Salt

Peel the potato and skin and slice them as thin slices, let them sit in cold water for few minutes.

Heat the oil in a pan,let splutters the mustard seeds, add the asafoetida powder and fry for few seconds.

Add the sliced potatoes,saute until they turns bit brown, finally add the red chilly powder,salt,turmeric powder, cook everything in simmer until the potatoes gets well cooked.

Serve with puris.


Tikhat Mithachi Puri:
Recipe source: Uma
3cups All purpose flour
1/4cup Semolina
1tbsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Sugar
Salt
Oil for deep frying

Take the flour,semolina,red chilly powder, sugar and salt in a bowl.

Add slowly enuugh water and knead as a soft dough,finally add a teaspoon of oil and knead again the  dough.

Keep aside the dough for half an hour.

Make small sized balls from the dough, roll it as medium sized round circles.

Deep fry these puris until they get cook well.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel and serve with Batate kachrya.

48 comments:

  1. Ummm delicious puri isnnew for me,...will try this combo sometime,

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  2. Love this colorful n flavorful puri...Gr8 to go with potato fry...loved the platter on whole :-)

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  3. Those fluffy puris are so very perfect, lovely combo Priya.

    Puja

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  4. Poori looks very fluffy. Lovely platter Priya. Looks delicious!

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  5. looks yummy and very very delectable...

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  6. So colorful, and appetizing...just love the pairing! Great recipe, and source, Priya!

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  7. Looks very delicious. I love poori's.

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  8. Both look absolutely yumm, wanted to pich them away from my screen.

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  9. wow lovely puri I got to try it too.

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  10. that puri luks sso gorgeous that i wanted to give it a try as soon as possible.. the kachrya is also stunning.. :)

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  11. Priya, andha palette a apdiye inga pack panni anupangulein..ROmba tempting and love fully puffed puri's...Ungaluku oru visil podanum

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  12. Thank you for answering my question.
    These pooris and bhaji look so perfect, I am a konkani too, though I hail from south india. this name is new to me, the side dish name. But pooris are perfectly puffed, that's a challenge I have yet to overcome hehe

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  13. nice combo...lovely presentation

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  14. Delicious combo Akka.. Looks super inviting.. :)

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  15. Very new dish name... My kid will love ths for sure...
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  16. puris and potatos one super good combo..i can have it anytime so is my family!

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  17. Nicely puffed puri with the delicious sabzi

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  18. looks really yummy... love the idea of making the pooris spicy... :)

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  19. Indeed yummy and refreshing recipe Priya..Hope you had a nice time in London attending the blog meet reading your many posts..Cheers Priya.

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  20. love the color Priya!!! Can we do this Whole wheat flour instead of all purpose flour?
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  21. Wowwww... looks super tempting and delicious.. lovely clicks too :)

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  22. lovely clicks, and the puri's luk soo perfect!

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  23. Nice combo. loved the potato side akka

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  24. simple but potato in any form always craving for:)super click sis:)

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  25. i am sure kids will love this.. nice puris/

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  26. bien gonflé ils sont superbes bravo
    bonne journée

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  27. Puris look wonderful Sis, nice combo.

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  28. lovely clicks.spicy poori,and potato good combo.

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  29. Spicy pooris looks so tempting with the wonderful potato combi.

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  30. loveky treat akka and nice combo sis...beautiful pic...

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  32. Normally when we make Batatyachya kachrya, the dish looks yellow...yours is having deep red color...loved it...

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  33. This is classic Marathi! Good to see you enjoying :)

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  34. lovely dish, very tempting..

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  35. puri looks fluffy n delicious
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  36. Interesting combination, looks delicious !!

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  37. What a comforting and delicious meal. Soul food for me!

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  38. Such delicious recipes, Priya. I want to cook these right now.

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