Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Mint Aloo Chaat


This is the 6th week of Blog Hop Wednesday and this week I am paired with Radhika, the mastermind behind this series. As many of you know, she has a wonderful food blog; and each time I visit her space I find recipes that call out to you. This recipe caught my attention due to its simplicity and ease of preparation. It was well liked by my family. I especially loved the freshness that lingers back in your mouth even long after having this.
Recipe Source: Tickling Palates
Ingredients:
Baby Potatoes-1/2 Kgs.
Coriander leaves-1 bunch
Mint leaves-1/2 bunch
Ginger-1/2"
Green chillies-3 – 4
Corn flour-1 tbsp
Chaat masala-1/2 tsp
Salt-To taste
Butter-2 tbsp
Method:
Pressure cook the baby potatoes with a pinch of salt and remove the skin. If your potatoes are big cut them in two.  Wash the coriander and mint leaves.  Grind  the leaves, green chillies, ginger and salt together to a fine paste adding just little water.In a bowl mix the corn flour with little water without any lumps. Add this to the ground green paste and mix well.Put  potatoes into this and mix well to marinate. Let it stand for 10-15 mins.Melt butter in a pan and add the marinated baby potatoes and mix well. Cook over low flame till the butter mingles with the potatoes and coats it well. Take care not to burn.
Switch off the stove and sprinkle chaat masala generously and give it a toss. Transfer to a plate and serve hot.
Sending this over to Blog Hop Wednesday

31 comments:

  1. I love aloo chat.....good idea for Diwali appetiser . Thanks for sharing.

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  2. lovely flavorful chaat..filling one!!

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  3. this is my fav too...so refreshing chaat...i too bookmarked it...good choice dear n you made it well...liked it !!!

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  4. lovely looking chaat ! fresh flavours in it

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  5. Luks colourful.A delicious Teatime Snack recipe and presented well.

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  6. Yummy, flavourful and tempting chat.

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  7. Lovely looking one Vidhya, beautiful green color.

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  8. wonderful chaat and it looks so tempting ..........

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  9. wow!!love it..looks delicious..

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  10. my favorite favorite chaat variety... mint is an amazing flavor... :)

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  11. Nice and a perfect Snap Vidhya.

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  12. Looks super flavourful and delicious, yummy chaat..

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  13. I am not big on chaats having over-indulged during my years in Delhi - but the flavor of the mint is wafting to my nostrils and I am being highly tempted :)))

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  14. delicious chaat.. n wonderful presentation..

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  15. I love aloo chat. anything with aloo. :-)
    you perfectly retained the colour of mint.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  16. Lovely aloo chat...My mouth is watering...

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  17. love to have this tasty chat

    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  18. lovely chaat, looks great n super delicious..

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