Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Batate mosaru gojju[Potato raitha]

This is a tradition and a easy recipe.Its very easy to prepare fully loaded with flavours and very rich recipe.One of my husbands all time favorite recipe.




Ingredients:-
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Cooked potatoes - 2 large
Curds - 2 cups
Greenchilles - 2
Ginger - small piece
Coriander leaves- 1 tsp
Onion - 1/2 cup
Mustard -1 tsp
Urad dal - 1/2 tsp
Cumin - 1/2 tsp
Hing - 1 pinch
Chilly powder - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - 5-6
Ghee - 1 tsp
Dry red chillies - 1
Salt

Method:-
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1.Break the cooked potatoes into tiny chunks and keep aside.
2.Chop up the onions ,ginger and chilles very finely and keep aside.
3.Take the above in a vessel, add curds to it.Season with salt as per your taste.
4.Take ghee in a small pan add mustard, jeera, urad dal and red chilly and just when the mustard splutters add curry leaves hing and stir it then add the chilly powder to it when its still hot and pour this into the potato mixture.
Garnish with coriander leaves .
5.Refrigerate for atleast 1/2 hr ,or you can it immediately.
6.Good when served with rice and even with parata's.

33 comments:

Suganya said...

I have never come across such a recipe. Wow!

Cinnamon said...

Never tried Potato Raita before, but look tasty.. Thanks for sharing!

Roopa said...

my all time favorite gojju, my mum used to add some suttida banekayi too!

Vcuisine said...

Nice side dish for puluvs. Viji

Srivalli said...

very nice...thanks for sharing...

Srivalli
www.cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com

TBC said...

That looks good! I have not tried using potatoes in yogurt . Now,I have a recipe!
Thanks.

Sharmi said...

this one sound so simple and nice. more like stew.

swapna susarla said...

I have seen this recipe somewhere.but never tried.looks good.

Richa said...

this is such a cooling dish for summers :)

USHA said...

Hi Soumya,,

I liked this raitha very much...we use to have with karakuzhambhu.rice...need to prepare again...

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

WOOOO this is so different.... Never tried before....Love it.....

Bharathy said...

Soumya...I missed your yummy posts as I was away from blogging last month...

Love the mushroom masala and all your updated posts...:)

By the way,

You have been Tagged for a meme by me!!..go through my tag post,when you have time :)!!

Poonam said...

Hi Soumya, My grandfather used to love this raita. He used to use red chilli power instead of the green chillies. Reminds me of him! Nice recipe.

Rachna = Dum said...

hey yur potato rita looks lovely... different recipe...

Cynthia said...

I never knew that one could make potato raitha. I guess the doctor does know best :)

Bharathy said...

Let me remind you,soumya..that you are tagged!!by me..:)...check mine when time permits..

Pooja V said...

Wow...this is excellent....we make it in a similar way ...just add a pinch of pudina..for minty falvour. Loved this dish.

swapna susarla said...

i have seen this recipe in some other blogs also..but never tried this.sure(ur recipe) worth a try.

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

sounds interesting. must try out

Anonymous said...

Soumya, did you ever study at Mount carmel convent high school in Chandrapur, Maharashtra? I am looking for my school friend who must have passed out of 12th std in 97.
-Deepa Narayanan

Namratha said...

I've tried so many types of raitha and gojju(even with badhnekai) but never one with potato...looks delicious, will try it soon! :)

Menu Today said...

Hi,
Super easy recipe, very much new to me. Will try this soon. Thanks

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

nothing new ?

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

cool

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swapna susarla said...

Hi soumya
What happened ????are u ok?its been a long time u posted!!

Suganya said...

Long time no post? Hope everything's fine at the other end...

Anonymous said...

Sowmya, yellideeri marayre..missing you

Asha

VegeYum said...

Oh YUM!!! I am so excited that I have found your site. This recipe looks so easy but amazing.

My journey with Indian food began about 15 years ago after I visited India for the first time. I fell in love with all things Indian esp the food. I can see that your site is going to be very important to me.

Thanks for spending the time to bring all of these recipes to us. I am looking forward to visiting often.

VegeYum

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

is this blog still alive???

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

happy deepavali

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi everyone .thanks for your concern.I had been to India For a Short vacation .Now i am back ready to blog.Thanks to you all.....

Sujan Rao (sanath189) said...

ha ha.... this one's famous in Mangalore... Very tasty... we call it aloogedde bajji in Kannada ;D