Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Rajasthani Gatte KI Sabzi

Gatte ki Sabzi is an another interesting and a very famous side dish served along with rotis in Rajasthani houses. This dish doesnt need any veggies, no need of chopping, cutting,cleaning and all, just few garlic and grated ginger is needed and the whole recipe is prepared with simple spices,yogurt and gramflour/besan dough which is cooked and cut as medium sized thick pieces. Sounds seriously very new na, yep i had the same thought too when i saw this recipe for the first time. This Gatte ki sabzi was in my to do list  since a long and this week of blogging marathon pulled me to try this wonderful dish.

I picked this gatte ki subzi from Manjula's space and seriously i loved this fantastic dish, the ingredients and cooking process may sound bit long but once you starts cooking this dish,you will realize that this dish will go for easy cooking process. An incredible side dish for rotis, with a mild tangy taste this sabzi is one of my recent favourite from Rajasthani cuisine.Once this sabzi gets cool,it will turns thick and even i had the leftover sabzi  as a snacks. This is my second post for this week's blogging marathon with traditional as theme.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.


For Gatte:
1cup Besan/gramflour
1/2tsp Turmeric powder
1/2tsp Chilly powder
1tsp Ajwain/Carom seeds
1/2tsp Coriander powder
Salt
1/4cup Yogurt
1/4tsp Oil

For Gravy:
1cup Yogurt
4nos Garlic cloves (crushed)
1tsp Ginger (grated)
1tsp Coriander powder
1tsp Cumin powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Mango/Amchur powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Cumin seeds
Salt
Oil

For making ghattee, mix the turmeric powder, chilly powder, carom seeds,coriander powder, salt and oil to the gram flour,mix it.

Slowly add the yogurt and knead as a firm dough.(firm enough to roll it as mini cylinders)

Take a small ball from the dough,roll it as thick cylinderical shape.

Bring boil water in a vessel, add the ghattes into the hot water.

Cook the ghattes for about 15minutes, check by inserting a skewer into the gatte, if the skewer inserted comes out clean, gatte is done.

Drain the water from the gatte rolls and keep the water beside for making the gravy.

Once the gatte gets cool, cut into medium size pieces.

Mix all the spice powder to the yogurt given for the gravy and mix it well until smooth.

Heat enough oil,let splutters the mustards,cumin seeds, add the grated ginger,crushed garlic and fry for a minute.

Now add the spiced yogurt and cook in simmer until the gravy starts boiling.

Add the already prepared gatte pieces in it,cover and cook again for few more minutes.

If the sabzi is thick,add the already saved cooked water as per need.

Finally add some chopped coriander leaves and serve with rotis.

58 comments:

  1. Rien qu'en regardant la couleur, on a envie de se mettre tout de suite à table.
    A bientôt

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  2. I ve seen in blogs this one but never tried, looks good with roti!

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  3. love Marwari food.. looks perfect Priya!

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  4. wow delicious version Priya,love to have it with hot rotis...

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  5. Wonderful Recipe.. This recipe will come in hand when no vegetables are in home..

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  6. This Rajasthani dish looks very rich yet with simple ingredients.
    Gravy looks really mouhtwatering!

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  7. i have only one word after seeing that picture...yummmm...:)

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  8. Creamy and delicious curry!

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  9. I never tried this gatte ki subzi. Would surely try this one out soon.
    Deepa

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  10. Long back i saw this recipe ina cookery show n i loved it n wanted to try it for long time, now u tempted me again to try this yummy curry...Manju's recipes ah kalakkala erukku...nice click Aks :)

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  11. drooling here with all these Rajasthani specials..wish I was your neighbour Priya!

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  12. Priya, I see that the Khandvi has touched off a series of 'besan' dishes!! Have loved this at friends'; yours prompts one to try again!

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  13. This is one of my favorite dishes, in fact it is for today's dinner menu. I like to add paneer to the gattas, sometimes, I even add spinach...just try to make it a little healthy.A wonderful dish!

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  14. Looks absolutely delicious & lovely presentation. Bookmarked!!!

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  15. Very enchanting curry..I love to grab the bowl and indulge Priya.

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  16. this subzi ia also a pending one in my do list.. i wll try it..

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  17. A must try recipe/ looks yummy

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  18. Lovely color of the curry. Super nice.

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  19. absolutely new recipe to me.. quite interesting too..

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  20. New one.. Looks as inviting as always... Should try this one too :)

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  21. when i hear ths i always thot Ghatte is some veg or so... it's now that i knew that it's a dumpling :P

    Ongoing Event- Mummy Ka Magic

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  22. I was planning to make it but now after the navratri fast.It makes me mouth watering by seeing the pic.
    I can't find the FB page you sent , mine is www.facebook.com/cookingwithsapana

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  23. Looks delicious, have seen this recipe. but never tried.will give it a shot...

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  24. Wow... A very interesting dish :-)

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  25. never heard of this before.. will try ..

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  26. i never tried this sis pic looks so inviting...

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  27. tu nous fais saliver avec tes délicieuses recettes
    bonne journée

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  28. This tastes wonderful with some flatbread or even rice!

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  29. it is one of my favorite dish..yours looks so amazing

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  30. This is one of my favourite Rajasthani dish..

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  31. Wanted to try this for a long time, interesting and nice one

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  32. That sounds very different from usual curries. Looks tempting!

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  33. New subzi to me,thanx for sharing Priya..

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  34. i just love this dear.. tasted it at rajasthani village..

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  35. Awesome gatte Priya. Loved it. I do agree with you it looks like lot of work when actually its not.

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  36. i still have to make this when i am alone at home, no one else like this dish so.

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  37. you giving a virtual rajastani treat dear.... loved ur versatile recipes....

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  38. this is favorite at home especially FIL. you made it very well

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  39. Looks so rich and delicious..

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  40. Looks very stunning Priya..I had made this during Rajasthan RCI..never got around making it again..

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  41. Delicious and super tempting gatte ki sabzi....

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  42. I am loving your rajasthani recipes! Look forward to making some of them from here!

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  43. I tasted this dish in my friends place and loved it very much and noted in my to do list..After seeing your clicks, i going to try this for sure..

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  44. Interesting one, nice click.

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  45. Another 'to do' recipe in my list :). Its come out very nice....

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  46. Wish I lived next door to you Priya. I have had this subji in a friend's house and know how addictive it can get. Love the look of your subji,

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  47. I lovede the gatte in the biryani I made, I'm sure I'll love this curry as well.

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  48. This is in my to do list for a long time now, but never got around to making it. You are tempting me with your Rajastani dishes :)

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  49. I have never made this...must do soon...very delicious priya!!

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  50. Wow, Priya. All your Rajasthani dishes look wonderful.

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