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
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
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
1tbsp Red chilly powder
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.