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Gujarati Bateta nu Rasavalu Shak Recipe

by Sonia on December 20, 2009

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Dear pals,

I am fancy of trying different variety of parathas, roti and other Indian breads. Having a plain roti everyday would fade me up soon. So, I try something different at every other week. First time ever I tried something different but beautiful fruit Avocado in my roti dough. Oh man! What a buttery and smooth dough it was! Due to fat content, your avocado dough will be very smoother and softer than regular one. I just made it like regular roti/ phulka and I didn’t use any oil as it’s already has fat. This beautiful idea of adding Avocado in roti is inspired from here. Thank you Garam Masala! Now, this version of roti will be regular in my kitchen. We had perfected our menu with rasedar (gravy) potato and rice pudding/ kheer.

Well, I mentioned earlier in my Gujarati Daal recipe that sometimes I add a tsp of Achaar Masala in my gravy and daal. It lift up the whole taste of daal or gravy and gives a nice color to your dish. Though, it’s very strong so please use it well.

Gujarati Bateta nu Rasavalu Shak Recipe
 
This spicy gravy goes well with plain rice, roti or any other bread. Perfect when you're out of vegetables.
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Ingredients
  • 2-3 medium Potatoes - 90% boiled and chopped in cubes
  • 1 medium Tomato
  • 1 tbsp Vegetable/ Sunflower Oil
  • 1 tsp Mustard seeds/ rai
  • A pinch of hing/ Asafoetida
  • 1 tsp Red Chili pwd - OR to taste
  • ½ tsp Turmeric pwd
  • ½ tsp Coriander pwd
  • 1 tsp Achaar Masala -- optional but recommended
  • ½ tsp Sugar
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 cup Water
Instuctions
  1. Heat oil in pan, add mustard seeds and let it crackle. Add a hing and 1 cup water and cover the lid immediately. (Caution: Your burning chance is very high so please do it carefully as it splutter very badly due to oil and water mishmash). Add the cubed tomato.
  2. When the water start to bubble up, add all the spice powders, salt and potato. Cover with lid and allow to cook and let blend all the spices with potato for few mins about 7-8 mins. Add sugar in the end. Adjust the consistency as per your choice. I make mine neither watery nor thin but medium thick. Taste the seasoning and adjust. Turn the gas off. Serve with your desired paratha or roti or simply plain rice.

I made my Avocado roti/ phulka from here.  It can be a nice pair with with puffed poori.

A small note:

I am ending my post with special news. No…no..you are absolutely wrong here. :P :)) We are NOT extending my family but I have accepted Nupur‘s extended invitation for 7-day recipe marathon from Dec 25 to Dec 31. Yes..yes…I will be posting my recipes for 7 days nonstop. Yaay!!! Though, it’s a big challenge for me of course, but I want to welcome our ‘NEW YEAR‘ with a big bang. :) I want to post more and more recipes regularly. At least 2 recipes in a week. It’s my little attempt to clean my draft and awaiting recipes. So please readers wish me good luck! Thank you! :)

Be at peace! Ciao.

  • A lovely duo for lunch/supper…..I love adding athana masala in daals and such curries, it brings out the flavors so well!

    mast lagey che!

    • mane khabar hati…tane aa idea gamshe. :) Thank you dear for your words. :)

  • PJ

    Sonia, you are killing me with that picture! Avocado roti with potato rassa, now who would have thought of that! Very novel and beautifully done. I love avocados and this is going right to my bookmark!

    Look forward to your 7-day recipe challenge!

    • :D Thanks so much for your sweet words sweetie! Do try some day and let me know how it turned out. :)

  • I tried added avacado but not both potato and avacado looks diff…will try

    • Yes, this combo is worth to try. Really. Thanks. :)

  • We like that avocado roti just with aachar(pickle)…..your combo looks good…..nice blog….& all the best for recipe marathon….

    • Welcome and thank you for stopping by! Thanks for your words too. :)

  • Potato rassais my favorite…. but avocado roti along with that sounds interesting:)

    • Yeah…it’s really interesting pair! Thanks. :)

  • Cham

    Oh Gal the potato curry and avoca roti- u make me hungry at bedtime!

  • s

    such an intriguing combination…and super tempting picture
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  • Wow! Looks delicious. Avacado roti is such a creative combination. Great post!

    • Thanks so much Savithri. :)

  • i absolutely love this alu prep..bachpan ke din yaad agaye.
    hey, i wanted some pulav recipe, do u have any? send the link…i want it for today.

    • Thanks babe! You can find my Mix Veg. Pulav recipe from archives. Go to the “Categories” in right sidebar of blog, there is a Pulav recipe under ‘Pulav- Biryani’ section. Thanks.

  • sharanya

    Hi Sonia ……I live the softness of the avocado roti’s. I never add any oil or butter as they are so soft by themselves. Rasedar potato is one of my favorites. I throw in a couple of peas too.

    I am waiting for your marathon and the lip smacking recipes and wonderful pictures. I should thank Nupur for organizing. This is the only way I get to see Sonia’s one post a day….Yeah.

    • Oh thank you Sharanya! You’ve started to leave your valuable comment now and then and I always love to hear from you. :) Yeah…about softness of Avocado dough…I never knew abt it before. Even I am looking forward to Nupur’s marathon race and thanks for your kind words. :)

  • Nitya

    hi sonia…
    kya mast mast item banati hai..bhookh na ho to bhi lag jati hai…sab ko enjoy karati hai…oops so yummy..really love it..

    • Thanks Nitya. Your encouragement words are lots to me :)

  • I love avocado roti too. they turn out so super soft. N lovely gravy with potatoes

    • Thanks Deesha. :)

  • That is a very delicious looking curry, Sonia

  • No salad ? :-D Just kidding!

    Delicious.

    Happy Holidays & Happy New year to you and your loved ones.

  • I’m excited that you are participating, Sonia!

    The parathas look gorgeous; what a tempting meal.

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  • First time on your blog! Avocados eh? Sounds very novel and interesting – I do have some allergy issues with Avocados, but I could try this on my family – Potato Gravy looks very delicious!
    Do visit my blog and check out the events I’ve posted too. cheers!

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