Detailed Recipe: showmethecurry.com
admin - who has written 1424 posts on Taste food recipes.
@JIMKOR : It will taste different but we are sure, it’ll still taste good
can i substitute the whole wheat bread for chapatis
Looks good! I will give it a try.
I must say that you ladies are doing a wonderful job.
I like the way you both give tips here and there,
Also the fact that you give the right measurement for all the ingredients makes it easy for me to make it at home!
Thank you Ladies
God Bless You both, Your Families and Your Show
I love it!!!!
missing all these mom maid food…in New Zealand
wonderfull receipe.. I am also looking for Gujarati Rasawala Bataka nu shaak reciepe. I do make this but my hubby wanted to have some Red color Naat jevu shaak… I never tested that so, i don’t know how to make. if you know pls. let me know.
@takal046 : Thanks for your feedback! Will keep that in mind
I assume the roti was not roasted under the grill first?
I will have a go making your recipe. One thing though your video clip was 6 .54 min whic I thought a little too long. Can uou cut it by atleast 90 seconds. I did finf some unnessary chatter where by I was itching to go onto another clip. Thanks
i am a nutritionist by profession
i really love ur videos..but can i plz suggest do not wash potatoes after cutting them bcoz they are losing proteins and not starch..the same holds true for draining rice water after boiling rice..also don throw away the water used for soaking any legumes/dal/beans..wash them well before soaking..
thanks and hope you will keep on showing good tips and healthy recipes.
you guys should do a video about all your different spices and how u store them and organised them
i tried out ur recipe after watching and it came out really great. i always had so many leftover roti and i used to garbage it bcoz my family like fresh rotis…its a great idea to use leftover rotis which turns out so yummy…thanks for uploading
hahahahahahahahaha! Saru Saru!
do you happen to have any suggestions for cooking basmati rice and edamame together ??
ok! I will try this on out…thanks!
Yes, many people put yogurt into it, but this is a great variation to have at tea time (when you don’t want to mix yogurt).
I’ve never had vaghareli bhakri or rotli this way before…my mom and baa have always made vaghareli bhakri/ rotli with yogurt in it…am i right?
my mom makes the same kinda thing with leftover bread
Thank you! I will definitely try this next time. I will have to cook EXTRA Naan though because there never seems to be any left otherwise! (Even though nobody else in my family “likes Indian food” lol)
Absolutely…you can use practically any type of Indian bread. Some people have tried it with wheat tortillas as well.
I am NOT Indian, but I love Indian food!
I was afraid to try to make Indian food for a lot of years, but I’ve made a couple things, and they turned out AMAZINNG, so I will definitely try more!
I tried making Chapatis but they didn’t turn out well………….so I garbaged them and started over with Naan……they were delicious! So easy too!
Just wondering if you could use left over Naan for this dish?
Thank you so much for your time and efforts. I appreciate everything you do!
When buying any kind of kitchen blending/grinding appliance, you should get the most powerful one you can afford. In addition to that, consider the size of your family to determine how big your food processor should be. Finally, you want one that has at least a shredder blade, a chopping blade and a slicing blade. A dough blade is optional because we actually use the chopping blade to make our dough. Yes, a food processor can be used to chop the veggies you mentioned.
Hi Anuja and Hetal! I have a doubt. What exactly should i be looking for when I’m buying a food processor? The assortment of blades or the power, what would you suggest for the Indian style of cooking? And could it be used for chopping cabbage, onions, potatoes and carrots? I’m from London. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for posting this.
Just one correction – this is not a Gujarati way of using leftover chapatis. People in Maharashtra and Karnataka have been making the same thing with different names. Same applies to leftover rice as well. But thanks, anyway!
u u dont have undhiyu recipe included?i have seen all yr videos n all recipes r there so y nt this?pls upload
pls pls upload undhiyu recipe