Friday, April 12, 2013

Rajasthani Dahi Papad Ki Sabzi/Papad Yogurt Curry

We south Indians always love to have papads along with most of our dishes or else we rarely use them making a dal based gravy called kootu. But papads in yogurt curry, i crossed  here and seriously the name of this dish itself tempted me a lot and prepared this sabzi before few days. Trust me this dish is seriously very quick,within less than 10minutes your side dish for rotis will be ready and you can enjoy them very well immediately. This curry once gets cool turned out thick and you can also finish it as a snack, but seriously you cant keep urself away from this sabzi definitely.

I used usual papads for making this sabzi, you can go with any variety of papads and even the spiced variety papads works out wonder here. This sabzi is quite famous in Rajasthan cuisine and this side dish goes simply for papads,yogurt and few usual spices. No need of veggies or dals and a wonderful side dish to make very much quickly when compared to other sabzi.If you dont have any veggies or dont want to make a dal based side dish for your rotis, dont forget to give a try to this dish.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.


6nos Papads (medium sized)
3tbsp Yogurt
2tsp Ghee
3/4tsp Chilly powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1/4tsp Mustard seeds
1/4tsp Cumin seeds
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Salt
Water
Few chopped coriander leaves

Break the papads as medium sized pieces, dont break them too small and keep them aside.

Take the yogurt,chilly powder,turmeric powder in a bowl,mix well and keep aside.

In a pan, heat the ghee, lets splutter the mustard seeds,cumin seeds and add the asafoetida powder,fry.

Now add in the yogurt mixture and cook slowly until the oil separated from the yogurt.

Now add the papads,water and cook for 5minutes.

Check the salt,if needed add it, never add the salt while cooking, some papads will have enough salt, if more salt is added your sabzi will turn extremely salty.

Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.

Serve with rotis.

51 comments:

  1. I have always wanted to make this papad curry thank you for the recipe,Priya!

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  2. I have always wanted to make this papad curry thank you for the recipe,Priya!

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  3. Very yummy and new to me, I have made appalam kootu.It looks very delicious...
    Thanks priya for sharing

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  4. I remember one of my marwari friends use to make it and we use to relish it with puri and pickles..it came out perfect Priya!

    Puja

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  5. Very interesting sabzi, sounds easy n yummy too, inviting click...loved ur Rajasthani series Priya!
    Thanks for sharing..

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  6. oh this is lovely..every time I dont feel like eating a veggies, this papad sabzi comes to my rescue..wonderful!

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  7. is dis tastes good vth irce.btw luks Yummy n mouthwatering!!
    MAHA

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  8. Very new to me
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  9. Very new to me
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  10. New subji aks :) looks so colorful and inviting :) your Rajestani recipes are so very lovely want to try them all

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  11. I just wonder..how do you manage to cook and blog so many recipes...

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  12. I love papad sabzi ..looks yum

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  13. priya did u fry it before adding it in the curry or is it put raw

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  14. wow surely it will be great in taste... very tempting...

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  15. Papadki sagzi looks brilliant. Makes me wanna dig I right now:)

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  16. looks fantastic Priya! delicious recipe...

    Foodomania!

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  17. looks delicious and yummy with hot chapati. Nice quickfix recipe.

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  19. Looks so colorful..
    You are having a wonderful space. happy to follow you.. plz come and visit my new baby blog. .

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  20. j'aime beaucoup les saveurs un vrai régal
    bonne journée

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  21. Looks yum. Your Rajasthani food is adding great choices to my menu. Thanks.

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  22. very interesting and easy sabzi...looks very attractive

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  23. even I was waiting to make this myself, thanks for sharing the recipe

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  24. Very traditional and sound very quick and simple!!

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  25. Not only do I love the pic, i would like to have this with some rotis now!

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  26. I like papad in my subzis looks wonderful Priya

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  27. Lovely looking dish Priya, must have been great in flavours..

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  28. Looks super good akka.. Delicious sabji will try this soon :) Inviting click :)

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  29. Another variation of appalam vatha kuzhambu..Look amazingly beautiful.

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  30. I was thinking that papad can be served as side to main meal. But this is really new to me and looks very yum...

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  31. This dish is as pleasing to the eyes as it is to the stomach! Your curry sounds delicious. I hope your weekend is off to a good start. Blessings...Mary

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  32. unique & different combo,looks yummy!!

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  33. Love to see these unfamiliar-to-me dishes at your place Priya. Love the click and the curry sounds delish!

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  34. Have heard about this dish long back.. Always wanted to make it.. Bookmarked !!

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  35. You make it sound so easy, but I have given this recipe a try long before and it turned out to be a nightmare :))). You are tempting me to give it a try again :)

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  36. Takes me back to typical rajasthani meal served on our wedding day. This one suits all pockets and budgets and still is loved equally by all.

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  37. these look absolutely amazing... :)

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  38. easy peasy and interesting blend of flavors as well!

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  39. Interesting one, when running out of vegetables.

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  40. wow the color... looks very comforting.. i have never tried papad curry... looks very easy and tempting..
    Sowmya
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  41. Never heard or tasted this dish before .. Looks yum !!

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  42. Priya the pic is awesome. great flavours!!

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  43. I saw this somewhere and was surprised. Simple and interesting dish. Love the vibrant color.

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