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Chatpata Pudina Aloo/ Tangy Minty Potato


Happening time is on when we are again having Potluck Party Cyber Style at JCO. This time I am taking Chatpata Pudina Aloo to spice up the party . Chatpata Pudian Aloo is tangy spicy very delicious and absolutely wonderful to relish in the summer time. Mint leaves used in this dish eliminates toxins bacteria and fungus from body , in summer days it also relieves you from gas problems and abdominal pain. So feel free while having this dish, it’s wrapped with healthy ingredients too. I am sure you all will like Chatpata Pudian Aloo.


Preparation time  15 to 20 minutes
Cooking time  20 to 25 minutes
Serves  4 to 5



Ingredients :
20 baby potatoes  boiled
2  bunch  fresh mint leaves
½  bunch fresh coriander leaves
1 tomato
8 to 10 cloves  garlic
5 to 6 green chilly or to taste 
2 tbsp butter
¼ tsp ajwain
½  tsp sugar
3 tbsp grated cheese 
¼ tsp chat masala 
2 to 3 table spoon lemon juice
salt  to taste

Methods of Cooking
In your mixer take fresh mint leaves, coriander leaves, chopped tomato, green chilly (you can add more or less according to the heat you prefer), garlic, sugar and little salt. Make a smooth paste. Now heat 1 tbsp butter in a pan . Add the boiled potatoes sprinkle little salt and fry till little brown. Keep aside in a bowl. Heat another spoonful of butter. Add ajwain. Now add the mint paste. Stir and cook till spices are well glazed in butter for about 5 to 6 minutes. Now add the fried potatoes . Mix well with spices. Add 1/2 cup of water and let it come to boil add the grated cheese. Mix well . When the gravy is almost dry add chat masala and lemon juice. Mix well and put off the flame.


Just to let you all know that last month I win Kabile Tarif award for Beet er Malpua.... a big round of applause for all my lovely foodie friend...thanks a lot...you all keep me going!


Sending to Potluck Party Cyber Style @ Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey


Here comes the party music which will bang today's party.....have fun girls...rock the floor.


Happy Cooking!

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