Thursday, July 21, 2011

Homemade Potato Sev - Indian Style Spicy Fried Noodles

I have to admit that I'm loving this country - its people, its culture & its cuisine.... It took me a while to adjust, but now I'm very assured when I say "I'm Loving it".   Yet I still miss Indian festivals and home made food and Indian Street food (the most !). Today I'm going to share a recipe of Aloo Bhujiya or also known as Aaloo or Potato sev. Its a crunchy and spicy snack mix to munch anytime. If you skip Aloo (potatoes) it is known as besan bhujiya (chickpea sev). Give it a shot and I'm sure you will love to munch it till last and tastes superb by adding little bit of onion and a few tomato chunks (dont forget to squeeze some fresh lime juice  & add a some chat masala). Here's the recipe ......!


Ingredients:
Boiled Potato: 1
Chickpea Flour: 1 cup
Rice Flour: 2 tsp
Chilli Paste : 1/4 tsp
Ginger Paste: 1/2 tsp (or add ginger powder)
Salt : 1/2 tsp or to taste
Carom Seeds: 1/2 tsp
Chat Masala: 1 tsp
Oil: 2 tsp
Water: 1/4 cup or adjust to requirement

Method:
Sieve chickpea flour and rice flour in a bowl.
Grate the boiled potato and add to the flour.
Season the flour with spices, ginger and chilli paste.
Slowly add water to the flour and make a dough.
Heat oil in a deep wok or frying pan or a Deep Fryer.
Fill the Sev machine (or you can perhaps use a Pasta Machinewith the dough and rotate it in clockwise direction into the hot oil.
Deep fry till it turns golden brown from both sides.
Drain it on the paper towel.
Let it cool down for a while and enjoy with cup of your favorite tea or coffee.


Yeah, do try a topping of finely chopped onions, tomatoes and cilantro.

Can't beat this combo...
With a dash of fresh lime juice & some chunky chat masala !

Fill it in paper cones (traditionally done!) and take out with you in the evening for a munch .

Hot 'n' Spicy !!!
Love these beauties !!!

My family loved this creation, hope you'll give it a shot & don't forget to show me how you liked it !!!!

Hugs,
Sonia 





32 comments:

Rebecca from Chow and Chatter said...

wow this snack looks amazing shame u didn't get an Indian paper to wrap it in he he

Gloria said...

Sounds great and looks great. Thanks for sharing.

yummychunklet said...

Looks delicious! Love the rolled newspaper presentation!

Radhika@foodfor7stages said...

You sound like me. I had the same feeling when I came to this country 3 years ago. Street food is always close to my heart. I miss them so much here.

Shobha said...

Nice sev like Haldiram's aloo bhujia.

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Tempting sev....looks super...

Hovkonditorn said...

Looks great :)

Vidhya said...

This looks so tempting.

Torviewtoronto said...

this looks wonderful Sonia delicious looking sev

Priti said...

Yum ....looks so tempting

EA-The Spicy RD said...

Hi! Came to check this out on th recommendation of Chow and Chatter. This looks Amazing, especially with the cilantro and onion topping. Yum!

Prathibha said...

This looks superb...lovely n delicious..:)

kankana said...

My mom has one of those sev machine and she used to always make it at home, and they taste so better than the store bought ones!

Santosh Bangar said...

crunchu and any time munching

Hind said...

Wow!!!Tooooo good combo. We really loved your unusual presentation,Sonia.

Sneh | Cook Republic said...

This looks tantalizing! Kudos for making Sev at home. Thnx for sharing, gonna give this a go!

Daksha said...

Wow aloo bhujia! yumm.....

Kitchen Belleicious said...

okay, breathe, breathe, I can do this, I can do this. it looks like fun to make and fun to eat I am just nervous for some reason!:) Seriously, excellent creation, so yummy and tempting and the pictures are amazing

Kiran @ KiranTarun.com said...

I share the same sentiments but love that we have ingredients here to recreate some of favorite street foods :) Nice photos.

Prathima Rao said...

Gorgeous, mouthwatering street food & awesome clicks!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Kelly @ Eat Yourself Skinny said...

What a cute idea, this looks fantastic! :)

Al Dente Gourmet said...

Oh,yes! Beautiful spicy fried noodles. This recipe is definitely a keeper,girl :) and I'm loving the cute presentation.

Hugs,

Aldy.

Taste Junction said...

Nothing can beat street food...Nicely presented!!

Trix said...

Oooh, I am going to an event with Indian street food this week, and your post has just made me even more excited for it! I will definitely want to make this afterwards. : )

Young Adventures... said...

Your photography is stunning, and I can't wait to read more of your recipes. I never feel like my Indian cooking is as good as my Mom's but I keep trying. I'm your latest follower and I would love it if you checked out my family's site.

jayasree said...

Tempting clicks and reading about taking the bhujia to a chaat, I am salviating here.

Deeksha said...

Mouthwatering....

Anna and Liz Recipes said...

Wow this looks amazing and very tasty too! Your photos are wonderful as well. You make it look so easy...thanks :)

MnYfoodtalk said...

this looks crunchy and tasty!

ente pachakasala said...

cruchy n mouthwatering new ton ur blog..ur blog looks nice..will chek 1 by 1 soon

Manju said...

ohh you definitely cannot miss the bhjia combow ith onions, tomato and chaat masala! I miss the street food in India too!

Soma said...

u r a genius.. really!!!! :) wish u moved to Texas.

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