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Gatte Ki Sabji | Chickpeas Flour Dumplings In Yogurt Sauce

Gatte Ki Sabji | Chickpeas Flour Dumplings In Yogurt Sauce

Gatte ki sabji is one of my favorite if made properly and so far I only like the way my sister does.  I tried few methods but nothing like what she does so this time I asked her to show me and wrote down the recipe and hurray I tried it got it just like her.  If you face problems like me of not having vegetables at home some day (okie for me it's most of the days !!) then this curry comes very handy.  


And like most of the recipes gatte ki sabji also has many version, some people make with onion and tomato some don't.  This  is one of simple recipe and taste very good you have to try to know exactly how good it is if followed the recipe properly.  I have mention about gatte ki sabji here in the platter I made and this platter & this curry goes to Sonu's Flavours of Rajasthan a event started by Nayna.


Ingredients:

For Gatta

Besan/Chickpeas Flour - 3/4 cup
Red Chili Powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder   - 1/4 tsp
Jeera/Cumin Seeds - 1/4 tsp
Oil -2 tsp
Salt - to taste
Water

For Gravy

Oil - 1 tbsp
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
Red Chili Powder - 1 1/2 tsp
Curd - 3 tbsp
Water - if required
Salt - to taste
Cilantro - For garnishing



Method:

1. In a bowl or plate add all the ingredients 'for gatta' except water.



2.Mix everything together to make crumbs add little water in very small quantity and make thick dough.  If you add more water the dough will be sticky so add water only in tbsp each time. 


2. Divide the dough in equal portion and roll into thin long pieces like in log/cylinder shape and boil in water until cooked or for 8-10mintues.


3. Cut the gatta in small pieces. In the boiled water mash 5-6 pieces of gatta, if required add little more water.


4. In a pan heat oil,  add cumin, mustard seeds, curry leaves and allow to splutter.

5. Add together red chili powder and curd and mix well to avoid the curd from curdling.  
~This is the important step, you have to add red chili and curd together and stir well, if not you will not get the perfect gravy.


6. Cook for 2 minutes in medium flame and add gatta pieces.



7. Add the mashed gatta water to the curry, salt and  mix well, cook for 2-3 minutes and off the flame. 


Garnish with cilantro.  It's best to have it hot/warm as the gravy become thick very fast,  if you going to eat later and just add little water and re-heat it.  Goes well roti/paratha.  

See how nice the gravy looks ..simple pleasures of life :)



Enjoy your day ~~

53 comments:

  1. Ohh that looks so delicious Priti creamy and nice bright color yummm.

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  2. My Favourite, Nice Picture, enough to tempt me!!

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  3. This sabji sounds very tangy and yummy,love the colour!

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  4. Though I have heard of this recipe...Never got to taste...U made me tempted to try it out...thanks for the recipe

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  5. One of my neighbour who is from Rajasthan makes this lip smacking subzi..and each time she makes it she gives me a big bowl as well...the recipe which she gave me is almost the same...you have made it look wonderful preeti.

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  6. The gatte ki sabzi looks so rich and fabulous. I have got to try this hence book marking :)

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  7. Wow! Your gatte ki sabzi looks fabulous .Bookmarked

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  8. Salivating here, gatte ki sabzi looks super coloruful,flavourful and delicious Priti..

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  9. Wowww.. looks simply amazing and tempting.. yum yum yummm.. :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  10. Absolutely new and interesting dish for me. Gatte ki sabzi looks flavourful, fabulous, delicious and spicy.

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  11. A mouth watering and rich looking sabzi.I have never made it myself but eaten it few times. I think i should try.

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  12. wow!interesting n yummy!!perfect with roti!

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  13. looks fantastic..want to try this soon..

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  14. Looks delicious and tempting :) perfect pictures to try it soon :)
    Awesome and inviting curry :)

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  15. I remember mom making this sabzi often..that looks delicious and so tempting..perfect with some roti..mm..YUM!!

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  16. looks really perfect for my tandoori rotis...love d vibrant color of the curry..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  17. Loved this dish alot...so creamy so delicious! Mouthwatering pics! :)

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  18. Looks absolutely perfect and delicious.. awesome clicks !!..

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  19. looks so nicely done priti ! loved this version of the curry !

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  20. this is how the actual gatte is made at my mom's place..she makes just like this ..without onions and tomatoes..thank u so much for this entry priti...looks simply lip-smacking and mouthwatering..loved the vibrant colour u got ..amazing !

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  21. Gatte subzi is my fav..Had tasted it only once actually at a wedding & loved it!! Will try out ur recipe soon Priti!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. An all time fav ~ Great pictorials n a very well explained recipe dear :)
    US Masala

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  23. Interesting dish,creamy and delicious.

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  24. sounds interesting..love the color..nice presentation..

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  25. Very unique and intersting dish. I love the color. Makes it look even better.

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  26. This looks great, perfect pantry cooking(which I do have everything on hand right now) like you said for those days you might not have any vegetasbles.

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  27. Though i have heard the name of this ,i never know how we make this. sounds very interesting and nicely explained also

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  28. Very delicious and innovative dish dear. Wonderful clicks.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  29. Wow interesting n yummy luv the color too

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  30. Woww.. it looks soo yum and delicious :D

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  31. New and interesting recipe....nice explanation...loved the color and creamy look too...

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  32. New one to me... Looks so rich and tangy...

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  33. New to me but looks perfect and yummy!

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  34. so new to me !! very interesting and colorful curry !!

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  35. Mouthwatering recipe..I just loved the colour of sabzi..looks yum!!

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  36. Yum dear, love the curry, the presentation, the color and all your step by step pics. This is my favorite Rajasthani Curry :)

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  37. looks great, never tried this out..nice curry..

    Event:COOK IT HEALTHY:PROTEINicious

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  38. Curry looks rich and I love the colour.. YUM YUM

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  39. This is a new dish for me, very interesting one Priti, looks very rich and creamy...love your clicks :)

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  40. Looks so delicious..love the colour!

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  41. Lovely colour ! I love this dish but I have never prepared it so far. Thanks for sharing.

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  42. I love this very much...u hv got very nice color..mine would be always yellowish-brown..:)

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  43. Sounds interesting..never tasted this..deserve a try!

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  44. The colour of the subji is lovely! Once i tasted this in a potluck. process looks a bit long,but the final product makes me drool! :P

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  45. the pictures make me drool. though i have heard about gatti ki sabzi i have never tried it. this beautiful pictures tell me to give it a try. thanks for sharing.

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  46. so delicious! So tempting! So want a bowl of that right now!!!!!!

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  47. Yummilicious!! I have been planning to make this for a long time!! Thanx 4 the pictorial:-)

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  48. Very interesting, a bit like Italian gnocchi, but you boil the dumpling when they are long and then cut them? I should try that!

    ciao
    Alessandra

    PS
    follow you!

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  49. I love gatte ki sabji,looks delish!

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