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Aloo Ka Smoky Bharta and Special Coconut Chutney


My friend who are following my blog know that I love to make twist and turns with taste and so in today’s simple dinner platter I am presenting two delicious dishes one completely with the flavor of North and the other from South. You can make them individually and enjoy them or you can try my Chennai Express dinner platter…lol… where you can tickle your taste bud with both the flavors . I am sure you will love aloo ka smoky bharta and special coconut chutney they both are too yummy.


Preparation time :  15 minutes
Cooking time :  15+10 minutes 
Serves : 4 

Ingredients : 
For  aloo ka smoky bharta
2 boiled potato cut into thick roundels
1 big tomato cut into thick roundels
2 onion peeled  and cut into thick roundels 
2 to 3  whole red chilly 
¼  tandoori masala 
2 tsp  ghee / clarified butter
1 tsp chopped coriander
Salt to taste

For  Special Coconut Chutney
½  cup Indian cottage cheese 
½  cup coconut grated 
1 tbsp gun powder 
1 tbsp ghee
½  tsp mango powder /amchur or to taste
¼  tsp sugar ( optional)
Salt to taste

Methods of Cooking :
Take a iron skillet brush it with little ghee and then brush potatoes, tomatoes, onions , red chilly with ghee. Now let the skillet heat and then place the veggies with red chilly and let them get charred . When one side is done flip and let the other side also get charred . Take al the charred veggies , red chilly in a bowl add salt, little tandoori masala, salt and chopped coriander. Mash and mix them all well. Your aloo ka smoky bharta is ready to relish with roti and salad.
 For special coconut chutney in your blender take cottage cheese, grated coconut, sugar and mango powder and blend into a smooth paste. In a bowl mix gun powder with ghee then add the coconut cheese paste. Mix well . Add salt if needed. It’s a very yummy delicious accompaniment with flat breads of dosa or idlis. Try and you will definitely like the taste.


Happy Cooking!

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