Friday, February 16, 2007

Dahi Batete Nu Shak

This is a mildly spiced, tangy potato curry that is marinated in yogurt and spices. This is my entry for Nupur's - 'A-Z of Indian vegetables' cooking event. This contribution is for the letter 'D'.

Ingredients
1 lb Potatoes
1 cup yogurt
1 tsp ginger garlic paste
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp coriander powder
A pinch of turmeric
Salt to taste
Oil as needed

Method
1. Boil the potatoes, peel the skin and cut into cubes. You can use baby potatoes for this recipe. I used the regular ones.
2. Mix the curd, ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and coriander powder.
3. Add the potatoes to this yogurt mixture and set aside for at least 1/2 hour or more.
4. Pour oil in a pan and transfer the potato-yogurt mixture, add salt and sauté on a medium low heat until the potatoes absorb the yogurt and become brown on all sides.


Dahi Batete Nu Shak
Adapted from Sanjeev Kapoor's recipe

18 comments:

swapna said...

hi lakshmik
this is very easy and looking tasty..mmm!!

Lakshmik said...

Yes Swapna. It is easy. Though it looks like potato fry, it has a hint of spices and the tanginess of the yogurt in each piece.

Asha said...

OH NO!!! I made it today with chapatis!:D But it looks way differnt than mine though.Easy and delicious recipe.Will post in 2 weeks.Enjoy LK! I am too late for this event,may be next week!:)

Seema said...

wow Lakshmi,
This looks easy and super delicious. Would go very well with simple dry chapathi.
Thanx
Seema

Sajeda Meghji said...

Yummy notes is an appropriate name for comments for this recipe.
you have made me hungary - and it is nearly 11pm!
Tomorrow I am making this shak

Sushma said...

I was planning to cook potatos today and you gave me the idea.. thanxs so much. They look tasty...:-)
-Sushma

Vani said...

How easy is that and how nice it looks!! Must be tangy with the yogurt and can be as spicy as one wants! Looks really good, LakshmiK!

nalini said...

Looks very appetizing. So did you need a lot of oil to get the crisp exterior of the aloo or did you just keep it on the stove for a lo---ng time?

Lakshmik said...

Hi Nalini

Not to much oil may be around 1-2 tbsps. The yogurt brings out some oil so when frying the aloo that helps too.

Lakshmik said...

Hi Asha

Do post your recipe too. Everyone's version is different, so can see yours too.

TS said...

This is a classic....thanks for the recipe!

bee (jugalbandi.info) said...

thanks for the link, lakshmi. your site is a great discovery for us.

- bee

Vcuisine said...

Dear Lakshmi, Thank you for your wishes. Your Dahi batate nu shak, blueberry pecan cake, carrot cupcakes and methi biscuits, puffed wheat snacks are interesting. Nice to read your meme also. Viji

just for fun said...

Good combo for chapathi. will try it..

Sandeepa said...

Easy and delicious , thanks Lakshmi

Lakshmi said...

looks nice lakshmi

Menu Today said...

Hi Lakshmi,
Your version looks nice. I liked your heart shaped cake too. Thanks for sharing.

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