Chatpata Aloo Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Chatpata Aloo Recipe


                     
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Chatpata Aloo is simply a spicy evening snack, This right here is my Favourite way to cook potatoes, an easy, quick, spicy and really fun way to eat potatoes. as well as the best snack for especially potato lovers. At my home, my mother used to cook with a few ingredients but I did a bit variations in this recipe, you must try it at home 

                      
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This relish recipe goes well with bread slices and hot tea_To prepare this recipe first is boiled the potatoes a bit hard with skin then coat it with olive oil and seasoning in the wok or pan, separately prepare sweet and sour tamarind sauce to drizzle over spicy potatoes and garnish with fresh coriander leaves then serve hot 

Chatpata also can be served with loaf breadburger buns
papdi, so let's begin 

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Boil the potatoes with skin, first take large capacity pot pour 1-litre water with potatoes bring it to boil then cook them about 15 minutes, Drain them out from water let them a bit cool down



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Remove the skin and cut all potatoes into cube shapes except 1 potato, which we will add at the end of cooking, chop the coriander leaves keep aside


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Soak the tamarind with little hot water for an hour, extract all seeds and do separate pulp


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Take a small mixing bowl then add pulp along with black salt, chaat masala, and sugar, Stir to well combine keep aside until required


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Heat the oil in the wok

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Put boiled potatoes to the wok


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Add all dry spices to the potatoes


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Stir well potatoes

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Fry potatoes until they are well coated with spices


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Put mashed potato


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Stir to combine well around 3-4 minutes


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Chatpata aloo is ready


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Transfer to the plate and drizzle tamarind sauce over chatpata aloo


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Garnish chatpata aloo with fresh coriander leaves


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Hot serve with bread slices and burger buns along with hot tea 
                  
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Spicy potato is simply a spicy evening snack, This right here is my Favourite way to cook potatoes, an easy, quick, spicy and really fun way to eat potatoes...

Ingredients for spicy potatoes:
  1. 500g, boiled potatoes
  2. 150ml, olive oil
  3. ½ tsp, chicken powder
  4. ½ tsp, cumin powder
  5. 1 ½ tsp, Kashmiri red chilli powder
  6. Salt to taste
  7. ½ tsp, black pepper powder
For sauce:
  1. 50g, tamarind pulp soak in the warm water for an hour
  2. ½ tsp, black salt
  3. 1 tsp, chaat masala
  4. 1/3 tsp, powdered sugar
For garnishing:
  1. Chopped coriander leaves
  2. Tamarind sauce
How to make chatpata aloo?
  1. Medium heat the oil in the wok, put boiled potatoes to the oil 
  2. Add  Kashmiri red chilli powder, salt, black pepper powder, cumin powder along with the chicken powder 
  3. Note, the chicken powder works in recipes as a enhance the taste of your meal
  4. Stir to mix well on medium-low heat then fry with spices about 5 minutes on medium flame until aroma arose
  5. Towards the end put mashed potato and further stir to mix well for 2-3 minutes on low-medium flame
  6. Transfer to the serving plate and drizzle tamarind sauce over chatpata aloo along with sprinkle fresh coriander leaves
  7. Chatpata aloo is ready to hot serve with bread slices and burger buns along with hot tea  
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