Monday, 18 June 2012

Rice & Fenugreek dumplings in yogurt Gravy(Kem cho series) Gujarati - Reposting !


After eating a lots of heavy food on Thursday, we wanted to eat light and easy on friday ....thought don't want stand near cooker for long...had some leftover rice last night, so i thought i'll make this dish....in winter days you feel like eating something hot and spicy.....it was everything in one dish and didn't take much time either....spicy dumplings in sour yogurt gravy gives you that authentic taste....

You will need:-Dumplings
  • Leftover Rice or Khichdi(small bowl)
  • 2-3 tbsp Methi leaves or any spinach finely chopped
  • 1/2 cup wheat flour
  • 1tbsp gram flour
  • 2tbsp rice flour
  • 2tbsp millet flour(optional)
  • 1/2 tsp carom seeds
  • 1/2tsp red chilli powder
  • 1/4 tsp tumeric powder
  • salt to taste..........................Mix everything with very little water(very soft dough)
You will need:-Yogurt gravey

  • 3 cup chaas(Buttermilk) sour
  • 1 tsp green chilli-ginger crushed
  • 4-5 curry leaves
  • Handful fresh coriander
  • 1/4 tsp tumeric powder
  • 1/2 tsp red chilli powder
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1/2 tsp cumin seeds
  • pinch of hing
  • salt to taste
Method:-

Heat oil in a heavy bottom pan, add mustard and cumin seeds after splutter, add hing. now add curry leaves and chilli-ginger. after few seconds add buttermilk.  Lower the heat because on a high heat buttermilk starts to curdle.  add Masala and mix well.  Now with damp hand take very small amount of dumpling dough and make with your fingers very small ball and add in gravy as quickly as you can.  let the cook dumplings for about 12-15 minutes. Add salt, but not much as dumplings already have salt.  serve with fresh coriander....

Linking this dish to event Know Your Flours- Whole Wheat Flour , event started by me.



Jagruti

18 comments:

  1. really a nice dish yaar....i ll try it sure...

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  2. looks fantastic! have a great weekend:)

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  3. Its kind of "russia dhokla" right?? It been ages i have tried to make these..good inspiration shall try soon..What precaution should I take so these muthiya/wada dosent break in kadhi..??? If you can please let me know..mine have always turned out to be a disaster.

    Thanks
    Muskaan

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  4. Hey Rashmi and Rachna

    thanks....ypu too:))

    cheers

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  5. Interesting...simple yet wholesome meal..

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  6. Hi, This dish is so good, healthy and at the same time wise way to finish the leftovers.
    Will surely try to concoct my version out of this. have a good weekend.

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  7. Thanks Muskaan, Gulmahor and Pari

    Muskaan, to ensure the muthiyas doesn't break in the kadhi use a bit higher ratio of flour to the amount of rice or khichdi..

    like 2:1(Flour:rice)

    Good luck

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  8. WOw such a healthy and completely a new dish, will try out soon..

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  9. hey very nice dish jagruti...i liked it a lot,vl try sun.hey u wanted 2 knw abt goa right...u can visit it nytym, m sure u vl love its temples, beaches etc

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  10. Hi Jagruti, this dish is so delicious and comforting! It is similar to the Kadhi-gole that we make in Maharashtra (dumpling content is a bit different with chana daal in it). Thanks for stopping by my blog, I am so glad you did! Now I have found your blog with such delicious home-cooked Gujarati recipes that I will surely be following it now.

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  11. Delicious, would love to have some . nice click

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  12. Very interesting one...flavourful and very delicious too...Nice recipe to try out...thanks for sharing jagruti...

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  13. hmm------yum dish very tempting and inviting you have an interesting blog.you can visit my blog and give ur comments.

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  14. Thanks Priya, siddhi,P J,Preethi, sushma, kitchen queen and Deepa(H R)

    glad you liked the dish..

    P J, welcome to my blog and keep visiting..

    cheers

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  15. these look great..a must try

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  16. Hi Jagruti...these look really good....Luv Gujarathi cuisine....It rocks!

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