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Friday, January 17, 2014

Spicy Garlicky Potatoes / Lasaniya Bataka

Yum
As I told you in my old post that Kathiyavadi food is very flavorful and spicy and this is the must shak or subji / curry in thali. If you can handle spicy and garlic in your food, this is your dish, the more spicy and garlicky , its that yummy but again add the way you and your family can handle. One day I got message from my husband that he is not having diner tonight and I thought what to make for myself and then potatoes was the first thing in my mind. I posted Kathiyawadi style Adad ni dal before so along with that this is the perfect pair and in cold wintery days this is perfect pair with Millet bread called Bajri na Rotla. If you are making spicy , have any milk products with you , like  buttermilk  , Lassi or even plain white milk to go with this so if its too spicy for you , you can cool with that.

Ingredients :

2 big potatoes cut it in big chunks / you can use baby potatoes too
1/2 onion finely chopped
3 dry Kashmiri chilies
10 cloves of garlic
1 piece of ginger
1 tsp. cumin - coriander powder
1 tsp. turmeric powder
1 tomato chopped or 2 tbsp. puree
1/2 tsp. red chili powder / optional
1/2 tsp. garam masala
salt to taste
2 tsp. oil
1 tsp. cumin seeds


Method:

Keep the Kashmiri chilies in water for 5-10 minutes so it soften.
After that make a paste of ginger, garlic, tomato, cumin coriander powder, turmeric powder, Kashmiri chilies. Paste should be smooth.
Heat a pan, add oil in it.
Add jeera and when it changes it color, add onion in it.
Cook till its brown..
Add paste and cook for 5 minutes.
Now add potatoes and add enough water to cook potatoes.
Cook till potatoes are nice and soft.
Depend upon you preference, you can have more gravy or dry.
I like gravy to coat the vegetable so I dry it. I added few soya chunks too in it. I just love this combo so.


Serve it with puri, rotla or paratha.
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22 comments:

  1. Nice and for sure its a dish I will replicate. I love potatoes and spicy too much.

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  2. love potatoes in any form and this looks yumm.

    On-going event: South Indian cooking.

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  3. lasooni bataka sounds delicious, I always wonder the charm potatoes carry, they blend well with other veggies and can be used in many dishes.. :)

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  4. perfect gujju lasooni bataka...sounds yum

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  5. garlic and potatoes is a never fail combination. Yummy vegetable.

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  6. We all love garlicy flavor!! Lasaniya bataka looks soooo inviting..

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  7. Love this garlicky potatoes, yummy....

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  8. Yummmm... That looks super tasty

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  10. This looks def a hot como for breads .Hmm tempting lasaniya-bataka

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  11. yummilicious and finger licking potato curry.

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  12. delicious recipe and great as a side

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  13. Spicy hot and simply delicious. Perfect with rice or rotis

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  14. Spicy and flavored potatoes. Tempting dish suits this climate.

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  15. Garlic and potatoes are a very nice combo. First timer here, will surely keep returning for more.

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  16. Garlic and potato makes a nice combo!

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  17. I love potatoes in any form.. this one sure looks yummy.

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  18. I love this one!!! Of course, it has to be the same... After all, it's an authentic Kathiyawadi dish <3 Great work, Linsy!!!

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