Friday, February 23, 2007


Ingredients for chutney:
4 green chillies,
1\2 lemon juices,
1\2 cup coriander leaves,
1 tbsp salt,
1 tbsp sugar (optional).

Ingredients for stuff:
1\2 cup toss peanuts,
1\2 cup crush peanuts,
2 tbsp chutney.

Ingredients for cover:
2 boiled potatoes,
oil for frying,
Salt to taste.

Step 1: Grind all ingredients for chutney.
Step 2: Mix well all ingredients for stuff.

Step 3: Divide it in to nine pieces and make a boll.

Step 4: Mash the boiled potatoes with appropriate amount of salt.

Step 5: Divide into nine portions and take one porations, flatten it by pam.

Step 6: Put one stuff boll in it and cover it sharply.

Step 7: Heat oil in pan and fry potato boll until golden brown and crisp on high flame.
Step 8: Serve hot with tomato sauce.


Sia's corner said...

ur blog is filled with my fav potato dishes:) i have never heard or tasted bafavada. sound very interesting kajal. will bookmark ur recipe:)
and loved that design on saree. now i know where u got ur artistic genes:)

Tarika said...

Humm, I also made the batata vada yesterday with the bread crum in it too. It turned out interesting and tina eat 2 of them.I will try yr Bafavada sometime as well.Keep posting...

Asha said...

WOW!! Kajal,these are unique recipes.Yummy!!I love the potato halwa too.
You know what? You could send this to Jihva Potato entry,info is on my sidebar.

Vinita said...

this is truly a genius idea.. how do you come up with such recipes..and excellent step by step photos ..thats what makes this a great experience...(by the way i cant seem to post on your site last post on did not get published . I hope this gets published)

Kajal said...

Hi Sia’s,
Thank you for my mom design on saari and my potato recipe. I think that every one like potatoes so I start to make potato dish. This is very famous dish in Gujarat.

Kajal said...

Hi Tarika,
Thank you my dear. I miss your batata vada. You take at least one photo and post in your blog like tina eating batata vada. I enjoy this very much if it is possible.
Buy now.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Asha,
Thank you for your nice words. I miss you when I do not post dish in blog. But it is natural if I do not post but I think you comment me but this is not possible I know but something I really feel for you. Also I think I post bafavada for Jihva Potato entry but as your advice I post potato halwa .

Kajal said...

Hi Vinita,
Thank you for lovely words. This idea is some think combination of two recipes. My mom makes bafavada something different. So if you like this so thanks for my new ideas and I inspire with your nice words.

Nandita said...

very interesting recipe Kajal, stuffing peanuts into a potato mix, your work is very neat!

Anushka said...

hi kajal

i had eaten bafavada, in bombay, and did not know how to make them. now i am going to try it for sure. one question though, can i roll the stuffed bafavada in bread crumbs before frying. thank you so much for sharing.

Kajal said...

Hi Nandita,
Thanks for nice comment.
Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Anushka,
Yes, you definetly roll the stuffed bafavada in bread crumbs but you care to fry, fry on high flame and after you put the bafavada then turn low flame.
Thanks a lot!
Have a nice weekend.:)