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Potato Noodles in Veg Gravy Wednesday, February, 28, 2007

Filed under: Gravy Items — coolpepper @ 7:38 pm

                                                            From my childhood I have a habit of collecting the interesting articles from the news papers. Now when I look back to those articles, they seem to be nothing in this fastly growing internet age ( as everything is available in the net), but definetly interesting and important at that point of time. And one of the important things which I used to collect without fail was Cooking articles from Eenadu sunday magazine. I have been collecting cooking articles from almost 12 years. Even other magazines also used to feature the cooking articles, but I used to like eenadu`s. The thing which attracted me was, the presentation. I tried them only after my marriage, infact I started cooking after marriage. My mom always used to crack jokes on me about my recipe collection, since I never ever did anything in my mom` kitchen. Even now, whenever I go to my mom`s house, I don`t help her in kitchen. Neither I help her nor she asks me some help. Parents are so kind right, they don`t want their kids to work and get tired even for couple of minutes. Ahh,,,,where am I going… now coming to this potato noodles in veg gravy recipe, the idea of doing potato noodles is based on one of the Eenadu`s recipes. I don`t remember recipe properly since I did not get my heavy recipe file here :( becoz of the weight reasons. The airlines to Tokyo do not allow more than 33 kg per person. I know I know, I am deviating from the main point. Now seriously to the recipe…… So here comes my recipe for JFI-Potato.

                         Potato Noodles

                                                            Potato Noodles in Veg Gravy

Potato Noodles :
Source
: Eenadu sunday magazine.

Ingredients:
Boiled potatoes – 3 medium sized
All purpose flour – 2-3 cups
Coriander leaves 3 tbspn
Garam masala – 2tbspn
salt acc to taste
Oil – for deep frying

                          Muruku Maker

                                                                  Muruku Maker

Method:
1.Mash the boiled potatoe properly without any lumps.
2.Add all-purpose flour( add acc to consistency), salt, garam masala, coriander leaves. Mix well.
3.The dough should have smooth consistency and should be able make free move through the muruku maker.
4.Heat the oil under medium heat, untill hot. Now, take a small portion of dough, put in the muruku maker and press the muruku maker over hot oil, making concentric cirlces. Fry both sides till u get golden color.
5.Keep the fried potato noodles aside for veg gravy.
These potato noodles can be taken as snacks with evening tea, can be used with following veg gravy, with soups.

                         Potato Noodles 1

                                                                      Potato Noodles

Notes :
1.I used 2 tbsp of garam masala in the potato noodles. But do remember that even gravy will also have spices. So, be careful using garam masala here.
2.I did not mash the potatoes properly, which was my mistake. Mash properly in order to have smooth flow of dough through the holes of Muruku maker.
3.I used corinder leaves in dough. Curry leaves can also be used.
4.Don t fry them for longer time, as they ll turn brown easily.
5.Potato noodles can be stored upto 2 days in airtight container.

Veg Gravy:
source:
Mom

Ingredients:
Boiled potatoes – 2 medium sized
Cauliflower – 1 cup
soya chunks – 1/2 cup
Green Peas – 1/2 cup
Tomato – 1/2 cup
Carrot – 1/4 cup
Onion – 1 medium sized
Finely chopped ginger – 1/2 tspn
Crushed garlic – 2 pods
Red chillie powder – acc to ur spice level
Garam masala – acc to ur spice level
Coriander leaves – Optional
Curry Leavs – 5-6
Cloves – 3
Cinnamon – a small stick
Jeera – 1-2 tspn
Turmeric – a pinch
Salt – acc to taste
Oil – 2 tbspn

Method:
1.First boil the vegetables.
2.Heat oil in a pan, add clove, cinnamon, jeera, and turmeric. When jeers starts popping, add curry leaves, ginger n garlic. Fry for about 3 min and add chopped onions.
3.Add garam masala, salt and mix properly.
4.When you find onions turn golden brown, add tomatoes and let it cook for sometime by keeping the lid. This is the main step as this is the base gravy.
Adding redchillie powder and water should be done at this step.
5.Now add all cooked vegetables and mix them gently.
6.Remove from the fire after 5-7 min.
7.Garnish with coriander leaves.

Serving : Take the veg gravy in a serving bowl an put the potato noodles on top. Do this just before serving. Have with rice, chapathi, naan, poori,..
 

                          Potato Noodles2

                                                        Potato Noodles in Veg gravy

Notes:
1..Beans and capsicum can also be used, which I usually use.
2.I used tinned tomato chopped.
3.I prefer coriander leaves to coriander powder.
4.I pressure cooked potato, cauliflower, carrot and boiled the green peas, soyachunks in hot water for abt 10 min.
5.To make the gravy little rich, either add the brown onion paste in step 3 or add cashewnut paste.

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17 Responses to “Potato Noodles in Veg Gravy”

  1. sunita Says:

    Hi Bhargavi,

    Potato noodles does sound new!

    The dish sounds and looks tempting…might try it !

  2. Vini K Says:

    Wow potato noodles..never occured to me before.looks great.Thanks for sharing.I am in search of new ideas for my little one, this fits the bill perfectly!

  3. bee Says:

    very elaborate dish. looks yummy.

  4. Hema Says:

    Hi Bhargavi,
    Nice recipe. Potatoes are deep fried all the time, but this is a new way! Good photograph too.

  5. swapna Says:

    wow!!!!very very very interesting..my daughter’s favorite potato..looks yummy!!!!i am sure going to make this.by the way ur blog is looking nice now..

  6. jyotsana Says:

    Hi BHARGAVI,UR DISH LOOKING GOOD AS USUAL.I WANNA TRY UR DISH BUT DONT HAVE MURUKU MAKER.ANY WAY THANKS 4 SHARING.HEY UR BLOG IS LOOKING GOOD YA.

  7. Arjuna Says:

    Potato noodles.. that’s definitely new to me. Looks like a painstakingly long process.. you must have the patience of a saint.

  8. Madhoori Says:

    Hi bhargavi,
    Think u have changed your blog layout am i right? Cooooooooooool color combo yaar.

    wow! potato noodles in gravy sounds interesting and new. yes i agree with u that the recipes in papers and magazines are great and in the intro as u said , i too remember never helping my mom in the kitchen nor she asked for….looks like all moms are toooo kind and possessive abt their daughters ha.
    ok ok i shd not be too lengthy here….
    btw thanks for dropping by my blog and for your kind words.
    Have a good day ….
    Madhoo

  9. Mishmash! Says:

    Potato noodles…thats soomething new to me….i dont have a murukku maker though . U come up with unique recipes all the time :)

    Shn

  10. Latha Says:

    Hi Bhargavi,

    Wow such a unique and delicious looking treat! I like your pictures too. I am like u..i like to collect recipe clippings from newspapers and magazines :-)
    Cheers
    Latha

  11. Menu Today Says:

    Hi,
    Dish looks nice. Great Entry for JFI. Thanks for sharing.

  12. asha Says:

    Looks fabulous Bhargavi.Little work but worthit looking at the final product.Thanks.

  13. seema Says:

    Bhargavi, very creative dish girl. I know how this might have tasted. Loved it.

  14. shilpa Says:

    What an innovative and beautiful dish. Never even thought of making potato noodles. It looks very good. An awesome entry for JFI.

  15. Bhargavi, hi again — this recipe just took my breath away. Those potato noodles look *awesome* and in your mom’s vegetable gravy — wow!! Thank you so much for sharing.

    BTW love all the pics, nice to see your muruku maker too :)

    Linda

  16. Bhargavi Says:

    Thankyou so much to one and all, Do try and tell me how u like it.
    Thankyou for dropping by,..
    Good day!

  17. Lera Says:

    Something to savour with every spoonful…Lovely recipe.:)


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