Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Gujarati Series: Sambhariya Shaak


I know I have been gone most of the summer, this blog has been put off for too long....I still thank all of you that still drop by here and leave me your comments and emails.


Continuing with the Gujarati series, I have a great recipe for a Sambhariya shaak...this one is so easy! and a delight to eat. Do try it!


Here's what you need:
3 medium potatoes- sliced lengthwise
2 medium onions- sliced lengthwise
1-2 carrots - sliced
1/2 cup - besan flour ( use more or less, to your taste)
3 cloves garlic - grated
1 small piece of ginger - grated
2-3 small chilies or jalapenos- grated/chopped
1 tbsp - sesame seeds plus 1/2 tsp to add in the tempering
salt, turmeric, sugar - to taste
1 tsp - aamchur powder (dried mango powder)
1 tsp - garam masala

To temper - mustard seeds, asafoetida, dried red chilies, curry leaves and Oil. I use Olive oil. Use what you have on hand.

Mix the besan along with the garlic, chilies, ginger and the rest of the spices. Coat the chopped veggies in this mixture and set aside for 10-15 minutes. In a wide pan, heat the oil and add the mustard seeds and wait till they get really hot. When they start to crackle, add the dried chilis, curry leaves and the sesame seeds along with the asafoetida. Add the coated veggies and stir well. Cook on high heat for a couple of minutes and then cover the pan, lower the heat to a medium low and cook until done. This will take a while, around 15-20 minutes more. Sprinkle a little water every now and then to make sure it doesn't burn. Serve hot. Enjoy!

16 comments:

Sonu said...

Hey Trupti, Welcome Back!
Sambhariya shaak look so yummy...when are you going to post our Kathiyawadi delight...?:)
Take care.
Sonu:)

musical said...

Love it! I might be trying this one soon-seems like a quick and very delish option for a weekenight dinner.

Thank you, thank you :).

hugs,
surili.

jayasree said...

Good to see you back.

Loved the dry curry. The pics are tempting enough to give a try.

Sia said...

yes ma'am, u had been away for little too longer ;) and i am so glad to see u come back with a spud recipe. am i in love with it or what;) gonna make thsi soon T. husg to saahil and sid :)

Almost Vegetarian said...

Dried mango powder? Dried mango powder!

I was pulled in by your recipe (we adore Indian food - in fact, we had some last night), but it is the aamchur powder that intrigues me.

All sorts of ideas are flooding through my head. What fun.

Cheers!

G.Pavani said...

Hey it looks yummy and crispy

raaji said...

Hi trupti
my first visit here....
you have nice recipes...
would love to try them....

Shweta Mehrotra Gahlawat said...

You are back! and this is lovely- making it tonight.

fanatika said...

Is this a starter? Very interesting..and spicy. Yumm..
Shall have it with lassi. ;)

Cynthia said...

It is always a pleasure stopping by to see what you've cooked up for us and this time is no exception.

bee said...

we made this two days ago with potatoes and bell peppers and licked the bowl clean. will make it again soon. thanks.

we added a pinch of ajwain. it goes very well with the rest of the flavours.

Deepika said...

Hi TS, I find your blog very beautiful.

Aditi..............:) said...

hey first time on your blog!!
your fotos are too good....the way you have created your blog is lovely.....!!
btw thanks for dropping by my blog! :)

Julia said...

Good to see you back! This recipe looks delicious, and so simple. Thanks.

Purva Desai said...

I Usually make sambhariya Bhinda and Tindora...will try urs with potatoes and onions.....thanks for sharing..

Miri said...

So good to see you back, you were one of the first blogs I visited when I entered this world - much before I started blogging...welcome back and this shaak is amazing. I have posted shaak on my blog about this time last year, so may be it's time to make your recipe!

Miri

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