Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Kutchi Dabeli (Indian street food)

1.              1/2 cup roasted shelled peanuts
2.              3 cup boiled and mashed potatoes
3.              1/2 cup pomegranate
4.              1/2 cup sev-bhujiya-or-besan-sev
5.              1/2 cup chopped onion
6.              Salt to taste
7.              Bans
8.              Butter as needed
9.              1 tablespoon oil 
For Chutney:
1.              10 to 15 cloves garlic
2.              2 tablespoon red chili powder or your taste
3.              4 to 5 pieces dates  (soak in hot water about 5 to 10 minutes)
4.              4 tablespoon tamarind paste
5.              2  tablespoon  jaggery
6.              1 teaspoon roasted cumin powder
7.              Salt to taste
8.              Water as needed
·        Mix all ingredients add in a mixer and make it into a fine thick paste.
For Dabeli powder (masala):
1.              1/4 cup coriander seeds
2.              3 dry red chilies
3.              2 cinnamon stick
4.              4 to 5 cloves
5.              1 tablespoon sesame seeds
6.              1/4 cup cumin seeds
7.              1 tablespoon oil
·        Heat the oil in small pan and roast all ingredients. Grind to a fine powder in blender.
·        In frying pan heat the oil. Add mashed potatoes and salt.
·        Than add 2 tablespoon of Dabeli masala powder and 2 tablespoon chutney.  Turn off the heat and mix well.
·        Now add coriander half peanut and pomegranate and mix well.
·        Add water in chutney and make smooth thin paste.
·        Split a bun in half and spoon of chutneys in it first, then put about 2 to 3 tablespoon of potato filling on top.
·        Add some more peanuts pomegranate onion and sev if you wish.
·        Top again with chutney and close with the top part of the bun.
·        Serve Dabeli or Butter the bun on both sides and brown it nicely on a flat pan than serve.
Note: You can increase or decrease the quantity of Dabeli powder and chutney according to your taste.
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Princy Vinoth said...

wow i love dhabeli..used to have one on my way home from college!brought back memories!

Aarthi said...

This looks absolutely yummy..I should try this soon...Bookmarking this one..


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Kanan said...

dabeli looks delicious. 1st time here. you have nice collection. I am your new follower now.

Chloe Martin said...

I like Dabeli and this one really looks delicious!

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krishna said...

wow!!!! yummy vada-pao...

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