Monday, January 24, 2011

Surti Undhiyu

This is for my dear all friends who requested me lots of time for recipe of Undhiya in winter and from last two years I am very lazy to post it because it is quit long process to make it with all photographs but finally I decided one day I will made this in winter for my all blog friends. For all this photographs it tFont size takes one and half hours for made this. And when I edit this entire photograph and write a recipe for this this takes another one and half hours. After that when I post this entire photograph it takes another one an d half hour for posting this one recipe but finally I am happy that I was done it with my all feeling to all my blog friends.

In this month Shriya comment me like this...

Kajal, Will you be making Undhiyu this winter and do a post on it? Shriya
I was done for you dear and another lots of my friend who give me inspiration for this recipe....

Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 30 minutes

Serve about 8 people

Ingredients for Muthiya (or gatta):

2 cup wash and chopped fenugreek (methi) leaves
1 cup whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta)

¼ cup besan (Bengal gram flour)

3 tbsp sugar powder

1 tbsp coriander powder

2 tbsp red chilli powder

½ tbsp turmeric powder

1 big size lemon

¼ tbsp fruit salt

Salt to test

Oil for deep fry

Method of making Muthiya:
Step 1: Mix all the dry ingredients for muthiya.

Step 2: Add little oil and ¼ tbsp fruit salt for making Muthiya soft. Add lemon juice and mix together.



Step 3: Add wash and chopped green methi in it.




Step 4: Make stiff dough.


Step 5: Form into small oval dumplings.


Step 6: Heat the oil for fry Muthiya.

Step 7: Sauté the muthiya in heat oil for about 2 minutes.

Step 8: Remove from oil and keep aside.


Ingredients for green masala:

50 gm wash and chopped green coriander leaves

12-15 garlic (use green garlic if available)


6-7 green chillies


Big size ginger piece



100 gm roasted skinless peanuts

3 tbsp sesame seeds


2 tbsp sugar powder


1 big size lemonSalt to taste

Making green masala:

Step 1: Cut green chillies , garlic and ginger and crush into mixer not a smooth paste.

Step 2: Half crush the roasted skinless peanuts into the mixer.

Step 3: Mix the coriander leaves with green chilli past, sesame seeds, crush peanuts, salt, sugar and lemon juice.

Step 4: here you don’t required oil or water anything for these green masala.
Ingredients for Undhiya:

250 gms surti Papdi

100 gms yum chunks peeled (suran)

100 gms purple yum chunked peeled (Ratalu)

100 gms sweet potato chunks

100 gms small brinjal (began or eggplant)

50 gms small potatoes

½ gup green peas

1\2 gup green tuver (green lentil)

1 tbsp turmeric powder (Haldi)

½ tbsp asafetida (hing)

6-7 big spoon oil
Salt to taste

Making undhiyu:
Step 1: Clean small surti green papdi and cut into long pieces.

Step 2: Cut purple yum, yum and sweet potatoes into big pieces.

Step 3: Take half of green masala and rube the chunky veggies (yum, sweet potato & purple yum).
Step 4: Marinate for 15 minutes.

Step 5: Take a small peeled potatoes and brinjal and slit into 4 parts as bottom alone.

Step 6: Stuffed green masala inside the brinjal (began).

Step 7: Stuff all potatoes with remaining masala.

Step 8: In a pressure cooker heat the reaming oil form deep fry muthiyabecause it contains aroma of methi leaves so use that oil and add asafetida.


Step 9: Next add the surti papdi in heat oil.

Step 10: Add green lentil ( fresh tuvar ke dane) and mix well.

Step 11: Then next add fresh green peas.

Step 12: Add all the chunky vegetables with green masala. Add 1/4 cup water but don’t stir here.
Step 13: Add Potatoes and brinjal (began) with soft hand.

Step 14: Last add the Fry muthiya in it.

Step 15: Sprinkle ½ cup water over all vegetables.

Step 16: add salt and lemon juice as par test as we add slat in masala and muthiya laso so add little amount of salt here.

Step 17: Cover with cooker lead and cook in low flame for two whistles.

Step 18: Open the cooker after 4-5 minutes.

Step 19: Undhiyu is ready to serve hot as is it.

Step 20: Sprinkle some begangarm sev on the top, if you wish and serve hot with chapattis or paratha.


I made this Undhiya for My PAPA birthday on 14th January for our Uttrayan festival in Gujarat...i made another lot's of things with it....is as below...


Enjoy with lots of LOVE...:-)

73 comments:

Ms.Chitchat said...

Wow, lovely clicks. Appreciate ur patience for the illustrations. Thanks for sharing a wonderful recipe, well explained.

Kalpana Sareesh said...

no one can ever show such a perfect demo than this ur dish is awesome..

Prathibha said...

oh my god...I m a big fan of undiyu..loved those pics...I can understand how difficult it to be making a step wise procedure photographs and post it..anyways thanks for doing to us..I thoroughly enjoyed it..

Priti said...

Looks super yummy .....this is so new for me ....

Anonymous said...

Hi Kajal: Thank you so much for doing this post. You are just amazing! Your instruction and pictures are really excellent. I understand how hard it must be for you to do it, especially when the request is for a dish like Undhiyu. Please know that I appreciate you for doing this post on my request. Keep doing the good work. Thanks, Shriya

Anjali said...

Bau Saras Kajal! what a spread.

G said...

Oh this one sounds so delicious.. Have never heard of this recipe..This one I am going to try soon..

G
http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

Aparna said...

Thanks a lot for your patience in posting this long recipe with photos. Great job.. I have always been waiting to know how the green masala for surati undhiyu was made. I have bookmarked this and hopt to try it soon.

Thanks!
One more request, can you post the recipe for you pav baji please.

Kajal said...

Hello Ms. Chitchat,

Thank you so much for your pleasant comment on my blog. My blog friend words always give me inspiration.

Have a nice day dear!!!

Kajal

Kajal said...

Hi Kalpana,

Thank a lot dear....your word here give me lots of encouragement for doing best for next.

Have a nice day!!!

Kajal

Kajal said...

Hello Parthibha,

Enjoy dear your favorite Undhiye with lots of love.....that’s why I post here....for all who are give me inspiration to post this recipe.

Thank a lots!!!

Kajal

Kajal said...

Hello Priti,

You words are as sweet as you are dear. Thank you very much for your comment.

Enjoy your day with lots of fun!!!

Kajal

Kajal said...

Hello Shriya,

First of all thank you dear as your wish I was think this time I will Post Undhiya recipe for you and another all my blog friend. All are given me inspiration for this type of big task. Also when I post it and every cheer me with their words than I think my work is worth for all. Thank you dear.

Have a great a day :-))

Kajal

Kajal said...

Kem chhe Anjali?

Tamri comment vachine aanad thayo..chalo mari gurjati recipe ma koy gujarti ni comment vachi ne bahu saru lage chhe...Thank a lot....

Cheers!!!
Kajal

Kajal said...

Hello Chef’s Paradise,

Thank you dear for your comment. One thing I share with you I like your blog name Chef’s Paradise very much.....this is great name for blog..

Have a good day dear. :-)
Kajal

Kajal said...

Hello Aparna,

First of all thanks to visit my site and write pleasant words here.
I will try my best to post Pav-baji recipe in next month dear. Thanks for your nice suggestion for next good post.

Good Day dear :-)
Kajal

Anonymous said...

Thank you Kajal, so sweet of you to post this recipe. Will try making it soon. Wish you the best.

Sara

Anonymous said...

Hi Kajal,
wow.. what a wonderful recipe. You are one talented cook. Maan gaye bhai!!!!!!!!!!!!!! amazing step by step photos.. mouth watering..
Thx, Vani

Laavanya said...

Kajal - so nice to see you blogging again! I LOVE undhiyu and your detailed recipe is perfect. Can't wait to try it out.

Amita said...

Hi Kajal,
The effort that you put in each post is amazing. Love all the recipes and the pictures are so helpful. Simply awesome.

Mital said...

jordar chhe Surti Undhiyu chhe Kajalben. Thank You.

Anonymous said...

hi
very nice
pl this web
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ketal

Jayashree said...

Nice, detailed recipe......

manisha said...

Hi Kajal. I like your ur all recipes as it is quite simple & all the ingredients are available at the home. I m ur great fan. I m also a gujarati.

manisha said...

Hi kajal I m Manisha from Gujarat. I love ur all recipes. thanks for sharing.

Sanctified Spaces said...

I just had this dish at Gujrath Mandal in chennai.Nice to see the steps for the dish here.

Priya's Feast said...

Nice recipes in ur blog...great job..following you..

Gopi Shah said...

wow what a mouth watering pics!! being a gujarati I know that it requires lots of time, efforts and hard work to make undhiyu....well done Kajal.

Anonymous said...

Simply amazing... made exactly the way you have mentioned and turned out to be delicious!! I love your cooking blog... you are an amazing cook.

Foodie said...

The undhiyu looks really good. I am so drooling over the pictures.
Pintoo

mustardseed said...

Kajal,
Love your recipes. Appreciate the effort you put in to demonstrate them in such a systematic step by step instruction.

Pavani Krishna said...

lovely yet so complicated..please invite me for lunch when you make it. yum yumm... i never heard of this recipe...thanks kajal once again :)

Pavani Krishna said...

please one request kajal..please include a search option in your blog..if i want to search any recipes its very difficult...and yeah did u prepare rajma i tried to find out in ur blog...if not please can you do that recipe..im from south we really love all thes dishes..trying to make all of them...hubby wished for rajma so just popped into your blog for step by step procedure but coudnt find it...please try to post rajma for me :)

Indian Recipe Book said...

Hey Kajal,
wow...looking yummy...
and the way you describe was wonderful i appreciate your presentation, sure to try it out soon...

neelam said...

I will try it soon..
thanks so much Kajal. :))

Mrs Jenifer Saldanha said...

Hi kajal
i really appreciate and ur keen dedication in making and showing the entire receipe with illustaration and picture . i am very soon going to make this entire receipe and get back to you.
THANK U FOR THIS WONDERFUL RECEIPE ONCE AGAIN

sayuri said...

hi, kajal
i m going to try your surti undhiyu recipe.

rgds,
sayuri dalvi

vivasvan said...

Hi Kajal, This is very useful receipe .Thankyou very much.God bless you.

vivasvan said...

simoply excellent,

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Anonymous said...

Excellent thank you

Your Cookery Book said...

Great recipe Kajal.

Anonymous said...

We followed the recipe and it turned out good. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Kajal, We followed the recipe and turned out really good. Thank you

khyati tuwar said...

are dear kajal its amazing ..no words thnx a lot dear

Your Cookery Book said...

I miss undhiyu here. My all time favorite for uttarayan. You have done brilliant job with the recipe and it's presentation. I'll cook this recipe soon, if I can find all ingredients here. Thanks Kajal for lovely presentation.

Arpita said...

Its amazing.. I'm surely gonna try:) All thumbs up for your efforts n patience !

Arpita said...

Its amazing.. I'm surely gonna try:) All thumbs up for your efforts n patience !

Anonymous said...

hello kajal,
kem cho? aaje tamari aa recipie kharekhar mara mate khub helpful thai che. thanx

hetal.

Rita said...

Thanks Kajal, I tried this recipe today and we all enjoyed it so much. Your step by step images were super helpful. You are on my bookmark now : ) Too good gal. Thank you -
Rita.

Jayesh Patel said...

Thanks Kajal,
It is very nice and easy receipi, It is very understandable. You have very good coocking skill. I salute you.
Thanks

soumya pandey said...

kajal i am gujarati and my wife is maharastrian but after seeing your receipe she is very much inspired and me too so very very thanks for that

danny & jyoti kapasi

Pallavi said...

Great and Thanks for giving such step by step procedure.
You should be writing a book , this would be great help for younger generation, as well as non-gujrathis.

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Renu said...

Amazing...n special appreciation for ur detailed elaborated description wid pics....im ur fan :)

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Priya Ramchandran said...

All I know is guju s don't make this at home bcos its laborious but I just made mine of course got te frozen undhiyu mix thanks to new jersey but the green masala u recommended is just too good. Thnks a lot

dilip desai said...

Dilip Desai
I like the way you explain every thing with pics.I have plan to make undhiyu today. I had already prepared muthiya yesterday. Now al other things will be prepared today.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kajal,
I'm from Surat, Gujarat but now in USA and I make good undhiyoo but I like your step by step recipe. I'll try your recipe as soon as i harvest my Surati Papadi and eggplant from my garden and will let you know how it comes out. Thanks,
Veena Mandlay
Los Angeles

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aksh said...

very detailed recipe with pics....will try soon..thnks

Rashmi Iyer said...

i havent come across such a well illustrated recipe for undhiyu ever.. thanks for the amazingly explained recipe :)

Farida Nalwala said...

Mouthwatering recepi
you worked hard and make a recipe very easy for us. thank yuo very much

deepthi said...

i have read your green chillis pickle recipe today.you have written very well.i wanted to ask do you we have to use the regular green chilli's for the pickle?is there any need to keep dry them overnight?
what should we ask for split mustard seeds in the shop?
i like a lot to cook and want to make this pickle.please help me.
all the best for the blog.

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Anonymous said...

Hello kajal g....hats off..u really have done a gr8job by clicking all the pics step by step n let us all make undhiyu without any trouble.thanks a ton.when i am able to cook it i definetly will share it with u .thank you once again..n happy uttarayan

broccolocarota said...

Wonderful recipe! I want to taste it! Thank you for the lesson!

Pallavi Purani said...

Loved the recipe thanks.

Priya Ramchandran said...

Kajal thank you so much it's so easy to make this only bcos of ur pictures thanks again my undhiyo turned out yum