Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Gatte Ki Sabji

Ingredients FOR GATTA :

Besan 200gm
red chilli powder 1/2tbs
haldi powder 1/2tbs
salt to taste

Ingredients FOR GRAVY:

red chilli powder 1tbs
haldi powder 1/2tbs
hingh powder (pinch of)
dhania-jeera powder 1/2tbs
ghee 2tbs
curd 1 small bowl
salt & cilantro(fresh chopped dhania) to taste

Procedure to make Gatte ki Sabzi:
1. Take kadhai and pour in it 1lt. water,allow it to boil on slow flame.
2. Now, at the other side take besan,2 tbs oil,salt to taste,red chilli powder1/2tbs,haldi powder 1/2 tbs.
3. Now mix it well untill it become solid like chapati dough,by sqeezing it.
4. Make small pieces of dough into round,then make roll abt 5-6 inches.
5. Allow it to boil in the boiled water for 6-7 minute.
6. After boiling allow it to cool for 2 min.
7. Don't discard that gatta's boiled water,remain it at side in another cantainer.
8. now take knife & cut the rolls into small pices,abt 1-2 inches.
9. Now take kadhai and pour ghee in it.
10. After few seconds add jeera in it.
11. When jeera is compeleted add in it pinch of hingh powder,red chilli powder and haldi powder,then immediately add curd into it and allow it to heat for 1-2 min.
12. Add gatta.salt,dhania.jeera powder,remaining water to it.
13. Cook it for 4-5 min.
14. garnished it with fresh cilantro over it.
15. Your gatte ki sabji is ready to eat with garam Chapati & rise.


  1. Hi, first time to your blog. You have a wonderful collection of recipes. The sabji looks very delicious...

  2. Wow i came across this recipe in some magazine some days back. Your recipes seems to be simple. First time here. You have some innovative and new recipes. Will visit again....


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