Friday, April 6, 2007

Muthiya,Rasiya Muthiya

Ingredients for making mythiya:
500gm White Gourd,
1-cup wheat flour,
1-cup suji (or Dhokal flour),
1\2-cup Bengal gram flour,
1\2-cup Pearl Millet flour,
4-5 green chillies,
4-5 garlic pieces,
4-tbsp lemon juice,
1-tbsp soda-bi-carbon,
3-tbsp sesame seeds,
1-tbsp red chilli powder,
1-tbsp turmeric powder,
2-3 small pieces of jaggery,
Salt to taste.

Method to make Muthiya:
Step 1: Grate white gourd and add ingredients without any type of flour .

Step 2: Add all type flour and making dough.

Step 3: Make desire shape for “Muthiya”.

Step 4: Add enough water in steamer bottom and place the “Muthiya” over it.

Step 5: Steam for 15-minutes.
Step 6: Let it cool and cut into pieces.



Ingredients for tadka to making simple muthiya:
1-tbsp mustard seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds,
2-tbsp sesame seeds,
3-tbsp oil,
5-6 curry leaves.

Method to making simple muthiya:
Step 1: Heat oil in pan and add all ingredients for tadka.


Step 2: Than add pieces of muthiya and season it.


Step 3: Turn off the flame and take it in a service plate and serve hot with ketchup or tea.


Rasiya Muthiya

Ingredients for making Rasiya Muthiya:
3-tbsp green chilli, garlic and ginger paste,
1-tbsp mustard seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds,
2-cupbutter milk or 1-cup curd,
1-tbsp red chilli powder,
1\2-tbsp turmeric powder,
1-tbsp coriander-cumin powder,
Salt to taste,
Coriander leaves for garnish.

Method to making Rasiya Muthiya:
Step 1: Heat oil in pan and add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, and paste.


Step 2: Then add little water and after that add curd or buttermilk in it.


Step 3: After 2-3 minutes add salt, turmeric powder, chilli powder and coriander+cumin powder.
Step 4: Heat up to making bubbles and add pieces of muthiya.


Step 5: Heat for 2-minutes and turn off the flame.
Step 6: Take it in a serving bowl and garnish with finely chopped coriander leaves.
Step 7: Serve hot.

40 comments:

Aruna said...

Kajal, U have a nice blog. I like ur step by step photos, I tried ur spinch with vegetables ragdo curry & it was good.

trupti said...

These are my favorite of all....I love to sprinkle some sugar on it and eat it!

trupti

Asha said...

Oh man.Kajal,you rock!:))

Just looking at the photos making me drool.Very nice and very authentic,thank you.

musical said...

Totally delightful recipes, Kajal. The rasiya muthiyas are especially lovable.

My moutrh is watering :).

Anonymous said...

Ravivaar ni savaar ane chaa saathe muthia hoy etle jaane bhagvaan malyaa. Khub saras. Aapni nit navi vaangio joyi ne ame (ame atle hu, A ane naani R) khub khus thai gayaa. Aapno khub khub abhaar.

Samir

Kajal said...

Hi Aruna,
Thanks for try my recipe and give me reply so that I can understand that other person also taste good.
Keep in touch with your lovely words.
Thanks for sharing.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Trupti,

Thanks for your lovrly words.
I try this dish for you. You say about me "Rasiya Muthiya".
Thanks for remember me.

Cheers!!!!!!!!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Asha,

Thanks for your lovely comment.
In my work you are always behind me.Your words always give me encouragement.

Love you.:))))))))))))))

Kajal said...

Hi Musical,

Nice words from sweet girl.
Thank you very much.

Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Samirji,
Aapno Khub khub abhaar. Tamara shabdoto khub khub sara chhe.
Amne bahu saaru lage chhe.
Tame, tamra A ane naani R ne amar namashete.

Aavajo.:)

Vinita said...

Hi kajal,
as always very nice professional style photographs. The photos are so good that it makes the reader want to try the recipe. The closeups especially give us all the details. Very nicee
Vinita

Kajal said...

Hi Vinita,
Thanks, thanks, thanks.............
No words for your nice comments.
Perticular you have no blog and visit my blog regularly.
I am so happy to see my friend vinita comments in my blog.
One new name is added in best friends list.

Take care.
Cheers!!!!!!!!!

-Kajal

Menu Today said...

Hi kajal,
Thanks for sharing step by step procedure to make rasiya Muthiya and Muthiya.

Kajal said...

Hi Menu Today,
Thanks for nice words.
After a long time see your comment.
Great day of my blog bcoz you comment me.

Have a great fun.:)
Take care!

kalpakam said...

Hi Kajal ,

A great food blog . Have been visiting it frequently & even tried some of your recipes .One of the best food blog I should say .

Could you tell me what is
Pearl Millet flour (ragi??)
Dhokal flour ?

Kajal said...

Hi Kalpakam,
Thanks for nice comment.
Pearl millet flour is “bajri flour” see my recipe of “Bajri na Rotla”. If it is not available then you skip it also.
Suji is flour which we can use to make Upma.
Dokal flour is combination of rice and Bengal gram flour. It is available in Indian store.
We use Dokal flour to prepare “Hanvo”.
Thanks.:)
Kajal

Anonymous said...

Hi Kajal,
Excellent pictorial description!! Keep it up. It helped us.

Thanks,

ayesha said...

hey kajal
i must congratulate u on ur hard work... its absolutely impressive and amazing!!!!
keep it up girl!!!

Lubna said...

hi
I dont know when you started this
but i just came through by search
and i would like to add that its very excelent professional photos to creat hunger.
with this i would request any one who can help me with gujarati-english words for all grins linteland beans name with if possible with photos.
thanks for the muthiyas recipe
lubnana

Kajal said...

Hi Anonymous,

Thanks for your nice words.

Good day!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Ayesha,

Thanks for your nice appreciation.

Great day!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Lubna,

Thanks for nice appreciation. I will try to post the Gujarati name with photos but still you can wait for some time bcoz I have vacation after 15 days so I will try to post after 15 days.

Have a cheerful day!!!
Kajal

Manjula Jain said...

Great Presentation. Looks very appealing, I will try out the recipe.

Shefali said...

Great website..I tried your muthia recipe...it turned out so well..thanks for doing this wonderful hard work.

Kajal said...

Hi Majula Jain,

Thanks for your gorgeous words.
Have a cheerful day!!!
TC :-)
Kajal

Anonymous said...

Ammazzziiinngg n Helpful!!!! :-)
Am a newly wedded gurl married to a gujju n am from Haryana....Wanted to make muthiya since its my husband's favo....Nice recipes n they helped me a lot :-)
thanks again
Reshma Chintan Shah

Richika said...

Hi Kajal,

The concept of putting pictures along with the recipes is lovely.....they look so mouth watering....and am sure will be absolutely yummy :)

good going!!

Richika

Richika said...

Hi Kajal,

The pictures are so mouth watering.......time to try making it :)

good going!!

Richika

Anonymous said...

awesome dish kajal.....

very nice job...

Foram said...

hi kajal,

very nice post...

really helpful...

Anonymous said...

hmmmmmm....

mouth watering dish...

awesome....

kinnal said...

HIII
kajal..
U really have a nice blog..i like your recipe...thank you ..

Madhuri Srinivasan said...

hi kajal..............
was searching for few things and came across ur blog............
ur pics and detailed description make an amateur also cook well
i have tried gud papdi and milk chocolate from ur blog, and they came out very well...............
thanks a lot for patiently sharing your recipes.....
~ Madhuri

Madhuri Srinivasan said...

Hi Kajal,
I recently cam across ur blog while surfing for some recipes........
i have tried the gud papadi and milk chocolate from ur blog.and they came out quite well............
ur step by step pics and detailed description makes it very easy to understand and cook............
Thank u........
~ Madhuri

Madhuri Srinivasan said...

hi kajal................tried thi muthiya today........u knw th best part, i have never tasted muthiya in my life, but have heard of it and ur blog so made me try it out.........liked it very much

Bindu lakhani said...

kajal,your recipe for muthiya is same what my grandma taught.i love your muthiya.
BINDU LAKHANI.

Prakash Rathod said...

hey kajal,
can u give me the gujrati name of the ingredients used in rasiya muthiya

Prakash Rathod said...

hii kajal,
i want the gujrati names of the ingredients used for making rasiya muthiya please give me the gujrati names of the ingredients used in making of rasiya muthiya

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Kulents Elle said...

Suji is Semolina. :)

Hi! thanks for sharing your site. As i am a Filipina and married with Indian, my man and mother in law just love this! No one is teaching me so I look on internet. You just made my life easier! Will be viewing your site more often. x