Batata Bhaaji (Potato Subji) – No Onion, Garlic recipe

Batata Bhaaji

Batata Bhaaji (Potato Subji)\r\n

This is Maharashtrian style Potato Subji that we generally make on auspicious occasions as a part of meal. You will find this in traditional Maharashtrian meals. This subji does not contain Onion and Garlic. This is a very easy recipe and does not require too many ingredients. This bhaaji is very tasty.

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Ingredients

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Boiled Potatoes 8 medium size

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Spices for Batata Bhaaji – Crushed Chillies, Crushed Ginger, Curry Leaves and Fenugreek Seeds
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Crushed Chillies 1 teaspoon

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Curry leaves 7-8

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Crushed Ginger 1 teaspoon

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Fresh Scraped coconut 1 tablespoon

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Chopped coriander 1 teaspoon

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Lemon Juice ½ teaspoon

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Sugar ½ teaspoon

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Salt to taste

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For Tempering / Tadka

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Oil 1 teaspoon

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Mustard Seeds ¼ teaspoon

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Cumin Seeds ¼ teaspoon

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Turmeric Powder ½ teaspoon

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Asafoetida (Hing) ¼ teaspoon

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Fenugreek (Methi) Seeds 5-6

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Instructions

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1. Peel Boiled Potatoes and cut into medium size pieces.

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2. In a wok, heat oil on medium heat.

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3. Add mustard seeds, wait for splutter; add cumin seeds, wait for splutter

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4. Add turmeric powder, asafoetida, fenugreek seeds, crushed chillies, crushed ginger and curry leaves. (I always make small pieces of curry leaves so that one can easily eat them).

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5. Add potato pieces. Mix.

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6. Add Sugar, Salt, Lemon juice, Scraped coconut, chopped coriander and gently mix.

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7. Cook for 2 minutes and this tasty Batata Bhaaji is ready.

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8. Serve hot with Puri or Roti (Indian Bread).

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Batata Bhaaji

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