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Instant Gatte Kadhi: No Onion Recipe



gatte kadhi
If you love gatte, you have always tried these savory snacks with gram flour (besan). In continuation of my experimentation spree, I went ahead and tried gatte with a blend of besan, suji (semolina), and oats.

This no onion recipe post is inspired by Ritu Mendiratta's Dahi wale gatte.

I have used chana sattu (roasted bengal gram) in place of besan or chickpea flour. This is the yummiest ever gatte ki sabzi - do give it a try.




Ingredients for OPOS dahi gatte ki sabzi

For Gatte
1 cup- sattu
1 tsp- oil
coriander powder- 1tsp
1/2tsp- Red chilly powder
1tsp Curd
Salt, Ajwain (carom seeds), jeera (cumin seeds)
 Haldi - 1 pinch

For gravy 
Curd 1 cup
Water 1 cup + 2 cups
Haldi -1 pinch
Red chilly powder 1 tsp
Salt , coriander powder

For tadka
Dried Red chilly 1
curry leaves a few
Hing 1/2 tsp
1 tsp- ginger garlic paste
1 tsp-oil

Let's make gatte first:

Mix all the ingredients listed first under gatte.
If you need little water, add 1/2-1 tsp of water to make dough.
Roll into dough logs (cylindrical).
Take a  2 or 3-liter pressure cooker.
Add 2 cups water to it. Add salt and little oil.
Drop in rolled logs of gatte.
Pressure cook for 4 whistles.
Allow pressure to settle.
Take out the gatte logs and cut them into small pieces.
Keep this water for gravy.

Let's prepare gravy.
Add the gatte water and curd to a vessel.
Whisk all other ingredients listed under gravy.
Take a 3-liter pressure cooker.
Add oil.
Drop dry red chilly, garlic ginger paste, curry leaves, and hing.
Place gatte on top of this masala.
Add the remaining whisked ingredients along with salt and turmeric.
Pressure cook for 4 whistles.
Enjoy yummiest ever gatte ki sabzi.


Here's my previous attempt at gatte ki sabzi - with oats and chickpea flour.



Let's make this unique gatte recipe dipped in curd and whey.






Ingredients
4 tbsp - besan
3 tbsp - oats
3 tbsp - suji
1 tsp- ginger-chilly paste
1/2 tsp- jeera (cumin seeds)
1 tbsp- curd
Fresh coriander leaves
1 pinch turmeric
ajwain (carom seeds)
salt

Process
oats gatte kadhi


  1. Mix besan, oats, suji.
  2. Add ginger-chilly paste, jeera, coriander leaves, turmeric, salt, and curd.
  3. Mix well with hands.
  4. Add 1 tbsp of water to make dough. You may add little more water if required.
  5. Cut into two logs or more as desired.
  6. Take a pan and add 2 cups of water to it. Drop in 2 pinches of salt, 1 tbsp of curd.
  7. Drop the logs into water. Keep it for boiling for 10 minutes.
  8. Once done, take out the logs. Let them cool and cut into small pieces. 
  9. Keep aside.
  10. Now let's prepare the curry.
  11. Store the boiled water. We will use it for curry.
Gatte Curry ingredients
4 tbsp curd
1 cup- whey (water that separates paneer from milk) - if you do not have whey, you may take water instead
1 1/2 cup - water (you may add more if you want the curry watery)
1 tbsp - roasted besan (optional - I had so added)
salt, turmeric, coriander powder
Red chilly whole
Fenugreek seeds (methi dana)
Hing (asafoetida)
Curry leaves (kadhi pata)
1 tsp- Ginger-chilly paste
1 tbsp - Mustard oil 

Process
  1. Mix roasted besan with whey and curd.
  2. Whisk well.
  3. Add salt and turmeric.
  4. Take a heavy pan or kadahi.
  5. Add mustard oil.
  6. Keep it on high flame. Let it reach the smoking point.
  7. Now add hing.
  8. Next add red chilly whole.
  9. Stir and then add ginger-chilly paste.
  10. Stir with a spatula.
  11. Now add kadhi pata and drop the gatte pieces and fry little. Sprinkle coriander powder. Mix.
  12. You would be tempted to taste the gatte at this moment like me. I tasted and loved them. So did not hesitate to offer them to hubby as well. He too loved them.
  13. Next add the besan-curd-whey mixture and keep stirring. Keep it on high flame for 5 minutes.
  14. Add the boiled gatte water. You may add more water if you so wish.
  15. Then lower the flame and let it cook for 10 minutes while stirring intermittently.
  16. Check salt and add coriander powder.
  17. Garnish with coriander leaves if you want.
  18. Enjoy this oats gatte recipe with rice or roti.
  19. I relished this lip-smacking recipe with both boiled rice and roti.





Comments

  1. genius. Lovely transformation. I love sattu anyway n gatte out of it sounds yum.

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    1. This is such a beauty Ritu. Thanks to you for sharing such a yummy recipe.

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