Monday, 18 May 2020

KATORI CHAAT




This is very simple recipe, I remember, when I was in college, on my birthday we invited my college friends at home for dinner, my mom made 50 katoris at home to celebrate my birthday with these katori chaat. and I clearly remember we put all these pre prepared katoris in big steel container by taking care they stay as it is, we were afraid if they will be broken. Everyone loved it, and we still love this katori chhat, yesterday me andPrisha we both made this, she likes to be in kitchen when something like this is in preparing, she rolled the small roti and then we covered it on katori then fried it. You can definitely bake it. but I loved the fried one, you can bake it for 20-25 minutes on 180 degree, that will be a healthy option.



For chaat you can use chickpeas, potato or sprouts are the good options. Sending this recipe for our 247th #Foodiemonday bloghop event, This time theme was suggested by Swaty malik, from Foodtrails. She has amazing blog with delicious recipes, for some instant pot recipe click here. There are so many other recipe which I like the most. basil pesto bread this is amazing recipe, you should check her blog.



So for katori chaat check out the recipe below and Enjoyyy!!!!




INGREDIENTS

FOR KATORI:

2 cup Maida
1/2 tsp salt
2 tbsp oil, hot
water to knead
oil for frying

FOR KATORI CHAAT:

1 potato boiled & cubed
1/4 cup green chutney
1/2 cup tamarind chutney
1 cup Curd
Sprinkle kashmiri red chilli powder
sprinkle cumin powder
1 onion, finely chopped
1 tomato, finely chopped
1/2 cup Sev
few coriander leaves
sprinkle chaat masala
sprinkle salt

METHOD:

1. firstly, prepare Maida dough, now pinch a ball sized dough, and flatten it.
dust flour as required and roll slightly thick. Prick the flattened dough with fork.

2. place a small katori or cup and wrap the dough. deep fry in hot oil or bake in preheated oven at 180 degree celsius for 30 minutes. splash oil till the katori separates from the dough.

3. Now fry the katori, till it turns golden and crisp. drain off over kitchen paper and keep aside.

4. Prepare chaat by assembling katori in a plate. Add 1 tsp boiled and cubed potato, 1/2 tsp green chutney, 1 tsp tamarind chutney and 1 tbsp curd. Also sprinkle chili powder, cumin powder and salt.
add in a tbsp of onion and tomato.

5. Garnish with 2 tbsp sev and few coriander leaves and pomegranate seeds. finally, serve katori chaat immediately, sprinkling chaat masala over it.


11 comments:

  1. Isn't it fun to have kids around in the kitchen ? Even my little one loves to be with me when something yummy is being cooked.

    Meanwhile the Katori chaat looks absolutely irresistible.

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  2. Its a pleasure when kids work with you in kitchen. Katori chaat looks so perfect and lipsmackingly delicious. I wish I could grab one from the picture.

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  3. Kudos on makign the katoris from scratch.. I think I will bake these - little helpers in the kitchen make the process so interesting, na ?

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  4. Wow 50 katoris is a good one that too frying them, but our mom's are super moms and they can do anything. The katori chaat looks very tempting indeed and your little one did a good job too

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  5. Wow, the Katori Chaat looks absolutely amazing! The Katoris have turned out just perfect, and the filling inside looks droolworthy. Beautiful pics, as always. :)

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  6. I enjoyed katori chaat several times in India at various chaat places but have never really tried making it at home. Your katori chaat looks so tempting that I feel I should try the recipe at home. Looks absolutely stunning.

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  7. Omg! I love the katori chaat. Looks yummy. Little elves do make cooking fun n these memories we treasure.

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  8. I love katori chaats. So now to cook along with your kiddo.These delicious and loaded katoris are beautifully captured.

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  9. Please pass me one katori, its very tempting. Surely everyone mainly kids love to have it. It's in my wish list from long time, now after seeing yours i will try soon.

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  10. We too love chaat served in katoris.. it is so much fun making it especially when kids are there to help in kitchen.. loved your stunning pics.. looks so irresistible!!

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  11. pass these cute katoris waagmi to me ;P
    Love these edible ones to make chaat. simply fill and serve, WOW :)
    the clicks are also so amazing !

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