Thursday, July 4, 2013

Baked Herbed Mini Rosti~~Vegan Thursdays

Rosti is a Swiss dish prepared mainly with potatoes, this dish is a common breakfast eaten by farmers in a region of Swiss and today this dish is eaten all over Switzerland and many restaurants serve this dish with many sides. This rosti is consider as a Nation dish by swiss people,coming to this dish its simply prepared with grated potatoes,oil and grated onions with salt and pepper powder. Usually rosti are prepared as thick patties and they are cooked in frying pan, but for my today's post i baked them in oven coz my theme of this week's blogging marathon is savoury baked dishes and they came out extremely amazing.

These Rostis sounds like Hash brown and Latke, a Jewish pancake, but this rosti are completely different from the both dishes.With loads of parsley leaves,this herbed baked mini rosti tastes fantastic when served with a simple vegetable salad. Kids will love these cuties and am sure this dish will definitely become their favourite among their most favourite dish.Trust me these cute rostis are completely vegan and quite addictive too.Am posting this vegan baked herbed mini rostis today as am a member of Vegan Thursdays, an vegan event running twice a month started by me.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#30.Sending this baked dish to SYS-W Series - Potato & Brinjal.


5nos Potatoes (medium sized & peeled)
2tbsp Parsley leaves (chopped)
1no Onion (medium  & finely grated)
2tbsp Oil
Salt
Pepper powder

Preheat the oven to 350F, grease a muffin tray with oil and keep aside.

Cook the peeled potatoes in boiling water until they turn tender, dont cook too much and cool it completely.

Grate the potatoes and mix with grated onion, now add the olive oil,salt and pepper powder and mix well with a fork.

With a fork, divide the potato mixture into the already greased muffin tray and bake for 30-35minutes until they turns golden brown.

Serve with salads.Sending to Guru's Giveaway - Kid's Special.


42 comments:

  1. Oh that is looking awesome and so very cute.. I've never made them so small before... I love rosti esp. with sour cream.

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  2. That's a quick , simple yet a fantastic one.loved the vegan idea. Must give these a shot.Priya can I add the link to my vegan page?

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  3. wow wow Priya... i just love it... want this for my breakfast now... tempting clicks...

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  4. Thanks for sharing the recipe.. Rosti has come out very well .. Love the golden spots.. perfectly baked..

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  5. Oh wow that looks damn healthy.... Congrats on ur 2500 post man ur def the queen of bloggers .very very proud of u Priya.

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  6. Priya,yummy Rosti..asathureenga..

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  7. G'day! Love the ease and simplicity!
    Love they are baked, not fried...looks so healthy!
    Cheers! Joanne
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  8. I am going to make it this weekend

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  9. Looks absolutely fantastic.. Yummy!!

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  10. I watched this on TV loved it want to try it but i don't find herbs that easily here.

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  11. Lovely recipe,looks like hash browns!!

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  12. lovely recipe!!! m sure my kid wud love it......

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  13. Wow! they look so cute! It's a treat for kids and grown-ups alike!

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  14. Looks tempting, perfectly baked and very healthy Priya :-)

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  15. that's a real interesting recipe, akka... potatoes in any form are for me... :)

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  16. oh that is super delicious!!! Bookmarking it!!!

    Sowmya
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    Event - Flavors of Germany

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  17. yummy..ennakkum thaan..me too will turn a kid

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  18. Looks absolutely inviting.Bookmarked to try :)

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  19. I have never heard of Rosti really looks so inviting aks :) maybe one day will try this

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  20. Oh that's a yummy idea..anytime of the day is good for that.

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  21. wow they look so cute sis.. definitely gonna try this out..

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  22. My family loves potatoes, so a new recipe is always welcome around here. This one sounds terrific. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  23. Priya, I am loving your baked savory dishes...I am targeting Latke for L, now this Rosti sounds better as well..

    btw both your posts will suit Kid's delight event as well..so send it to kalyani..:)

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  24. That's an interesting recipe.. Looks very inviting !

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  25. Fabulous rostis Priya. These are sure to win kids' hearts...

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  26. healthy and yumm akka and swiss special want to try this one akka

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  27. These look just so lovely! Yummmm

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  28. superbe et délicieux bravo
    bonne journée

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  29. Priya loved the snapshot. Recipe very tempting!

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  30. What a coincidence, I made these 2 days back from a Tarla Dalal recipe. Yours looks gorgeous.

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  31. I am in love with your baking dishes ! So elegant and wonderful!

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  32. Mini Rosti seems quick & easy to prepare. Love your clicks :) Kids will definitely love these mini Herbed Rosti.

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  33. Looks awesome and such a easy recipe as well! kids would love these mini potato delight! i am going to try making this as a snack with cilantro.

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  34. like this healthier version - these would make great apps for parties

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