Poori Potato Masala | Hotel Style Potato Masala | Puri Bhaji



Poori is a rich breakfast loved by all age groups and is a staple Indian breakfast item.I like to have them especially in restaurants as I love those puffed pooris served there..Also there is a magic in the potato masala served along with those neatly puffed up pooris..That kind of curry you can get to taste mostly in the road side hotels and few restaurants only. Okay..now we got the technique on how to make that unique tasting potato masala curry..


Isn't it tempting guys...The silky texture of this poori potato masala is making me drool even now while I write this post for you..This potato masala can be eaten with chapatis,dosas and also can be used as a filling for healthy and nutritious sandwiches.The trick is to use some besan flour to get that hotel style taste.Let me know how you feel about this post..
Serves 4,Takes 30 min

INGREDIENTS:

  1. Potatoes - 1/2 kg
  2. Onions sliced - 2
  3. Green chilli slit - 4
  4. Ginger garlic paste - 1/4 tbsp
  5. Besan/Gram flour - 3 tbsp
  6. Mustard seeds - 1 tbsp
  7. Jeera/Cumin - 1 tbsp
  8. Channa dal - 1 tbsp
  9. Salt to taste
  10. Turmeric - 1/2 tbsp
  11. Curry Leaves - 1 spring
  12. Coriander leaves
  13. Oil - 3 tbsp

METHOD:

Boil water in a hard bottomed vessel along with some salt.Add in the halfed potatoes and cook till they are soft.You can pressure cook them for 3 whistles or microwave them for 10 min or so.Allow them to cool and peel them.

Mash them with a big fork or masher and sprinkle the gram flour with some salt.Mix it up well such that the besan flour gets incorporated into the potatoes.Keep it aside.Heat oil in a kadai and splutter mustard seeds,cumin and channa dal. Add in the curry leaves and fry for a minute.I juts love this aroma :)
 Add in the sliced onions and cook for 5 minute until they turn little soft.Pop in the ginger garlic paste and fry for a minute or two along with salt and some turmeric powder.By now the onions will get fried up neatly along with the ginger flavor. Add in the mashed potato and mix well.You would need to add a cup or another half cup of water too to get the curry consistency.Adjust any salt at this moment.
 Cook on low flame for about 10 minutes until raw smell goes off.sprinkle lots of coriander leaves and serve hot with puffed up pooris or chapatis
 We enjoyed this tasty hotel style potato masala with hot and puffed up pooris..I will share you the recipe soon on how to get awesome puffed pooris..When I said puffed..they are puffed..even after they get cold..!


Enjoy the curry and pour in your comments and share any more techniques that you might have:) And yes..I made those pani puris too:)

31 comments:

  1. Delicious side and my favorite :) i have never tried to add beasan flour, looks superb... i want poori now

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  2. Vuristunnavu Siree...! It looks too good!

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  3. we too make it similarly...potato masal with poori looks so inviting...u made me hungry now :)

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  4. I also add besan flour to the poori masala..Looks yum, I want poori for breakfast now..

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  5. wow.. looks sooo yummmy and tempting me :)

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  6. Besan flour in poori masala is new to me. And the pooris and pani pooris look yum and crispy

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  7. Want to have it right now for breakfast !! Yummy
    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe
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  8. Simply wonderful looking poori masala.
    Deepa

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  9. authentic recipe with super presentation...simply drooling here...

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  10. i like this masal a lot ..................little pooris are cute siri

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  11. OMG ! Looks yummy... Me too add Besan flour, its my mom's tip... :)
    http://recipe-excavaor.blogspot.com

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  12. adding besan flour is new to me... looks really yummy...

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  13. fav. side dish for poori...adding besan flour is new to me..

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  14. looks so tempting!!! making me hungry!!!!
    Sowmya
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  15. ah besan in potato that i never tried
    we call this batate ki poth means potato made like dal
    looks lovely

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  16. pls pass it on... pls, i'm feeling really hungry... yum... :)

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  17. this potato masala inviting me to have it now

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  18. Yummy and my favourite breakfast...Perfectly made.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/02/paal-kozhukattai-kollukattai-modaks-in.html

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  19. Ah my favorite combo... drooling for a plate here

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  20. lovely clicks and i didnt know u need to add besan intersting.

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  21. looks delicious.loved those mini poories!

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  22. Feel like inviting myself to ur place sis, poori and potato masala,i can die for.

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  23. love this I make it almost similar to this... Yummilicious combo Siri :)

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  24. please pass me on some. Looks perfect and inviting Siri

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  25. delicious and comfort side didh....looks so inviting...

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  26. perfect breakfast,yumm:)

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  27. Poori bhaji looks really yumm sriee.

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  28. My fav poori masala...Thanks for sharing..

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