Friday, October 8, 2010

Satpuro Phulko With Black Chickpea Curry


 
Sindhi food is a new cuisine to me. This months tried n tasted event is from Alkas Sindhi Rasoi. As I got this opportunity I also realized sindhi food is influenced by an ancient beautifull civilization of people who lived near the river sind.

Alka is having a huge collection of recipes, I have bookmarked many and one of them is this Satpuro Phulko and I am glad to have tried it.This Satpuro Phulko is a flaky wholewheat flatbread that can be had with any curry."Sat" means seven and "puro" means layered.Along with this I made channa masala which was a tasty combination.

Ingredients
  • 2 cup whole wheat flour(atta)
  • 4 tsp oil
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper
  • 1/4 tsp salt
Cooking Procedure:

Mix all the above ingredients nicely ,add little by little water (approx 1 cup water) to make smooth firm dough like for making paratha .Knead it well to a fine ball n cover it. Let it sit for 15 min.



After 15 min again knead it for a while n divide the dough in 5 equal portions,roll each portion in a ball and flatten it with the help of rolling pin into a circle of 6 inch diameter.


Cut it into 5 to 6 strips verticle strips 1 inch apart,sprinkle some flour n drizzle some oil on top of the all strips.



Take one strip n roll it like rolling a ribbon ,after that put this roll on the next strip n roll it again.


It will forms a cylinder in the end.


Press it lightly n with rolling pin again give it a nice round shape,the thickness should be like paratha.


Heat a frying pan(tawa), use half tablespoon of oil per side n cook till both the sides turn golden brown


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Your Satpura phulka is ready serve it with any curry ur choice.

Black Chickpea Curry



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Ingredients
  • 3/4 cup black ckickpea
  • 1 cup chopped onion
  • 1 cup chopped tomato
  • 3 green chillies
  • 1 tbsp chopped garlic ginger
  • 1/4 tsp turmeric
  • 1/4 tsp chilli powder
  • 1 tsp channa masala
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • salt to taste

Soak 1 cup chickpea with 4 cups water overnight or 6-7 hrs n drain the water completely.Then cover the bowl or wrap in a wet cloth let it sit for another 7-8 hours.

And your sprouts are ready.You can put this sprouts in ziplock n store in your fridge min 5 days and use according to your choice.

In a pressure cooker with 1 tsp oil fry the onion till golden brown .Now cool it and grind this with tomato,garlic,ginger,green chillies to a fine paste.

Heat 1 tbsp oil in pressure cooker n pour this mixture n fry for 5 mins n add all powders n stir for 2 min or till the oil starts separating from the edges .

Now add the sprouted chana n mix nicely with gravy n stir for 2 min ,add 2 cups water n close the lid, pressure cook for 3-4 whistles.Then off the flame.

Once it cools open the lid mix it well ,adjust the consistency of the gravy n let it boil for 2 min. And your curry is ready !!

I am sending this to T&T -SindhiRasoi guest hosted by Ria, event by Lakshmi..


54 comments:

Paaka Shaale said...

Loved the bread satya. Even I have bookmarked this recipe for quite sometime now. But I have not been able to try it.I've been inspired by you now. Will try it soon :)






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi Satya,

Another great recipe from ya...

Keep rocking!!:)

Dr.Sameena@

www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

Fuat Gencal said...

Çok leziz, çok güzel ve iştah açıcı görünüyor. Ellerinize, emeğinize sağlık.

Saygılarımla.

Prathima Rao said...

Wow...d layers really stand out..Never thought v cud make such perfect layered parathas wid wheat..I had tried out a diff method n they did not come out good..Will try it out ur way..Thx for sharing!!

Priya said...

Woww layers looks prefect, i did these rotis too for T &t event, curry looks prefect..

Biny Anoop said...

i like ur style f getting the layers...never tot we cud do it this way.....really god

Sushma Mallya said...

Very different way of doing layered roti, i had tried it doing once but never got such beautiful,perfect layers, will try your way next time..thanks for the stepwise pics sathya, it looks yum with chickpeas..

Sharmilee! :) said...

This is totally new to me...looks so soft

Shanthi said...

Looks perfect and well explained.
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jeyashrisuresh said...

very nice stepwise explanation. We make parrota similar to this way.great combo with kadala curry

LilaVanilla said...

The chickpea curry looks delish, I've never made flatbread before but have always wanted to, yours looks yummy x

Santosh Bangar said...

favulous combinaion spc.. pratha is suparb Satya r u annoyed with me bec yesterday i saw the following list there is one less when i saw that ur is missing if anyother person witdraw i do not care but i am encouraged by ur nice comments l don't mind it is ur wish i said bec i admire u

Priya (elaichii) said...

Gr8 step by step picture Satya!Paratha and curry looks superb!

Cooking Blog Indexer said...

this paratha is new to me..will try it some time...

ayushthecook said...

you are a pro my rotis wud never come out that nice !!!

Ayush -
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Kairali sisters said...

Oh my..looks very inviting and with the black chickpea curry...Great job Satya...

chaitrali pathak said...

gr8 recipe with great step by step process pics...looks yummy

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Loved your layered parathas pictures. Very well explained dear. Specially since this is made from wheat flour. Black chana looks yummy too

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

R. Ramesh said...

nanri friend..i really appreciate it...best wishes always:) sirikka, selvam kozhika...aasigal..

Lav said...

Looks yumm satya....have book marked this and the bread panckae too :) sha; try soon..

Lavanya


www.lavsblog.com

kothiyavunu.com said...

phulko sounds interesting! Wish that I can try some :)chickpea curry one of my fav..

sinfullyspicy said...

You are an all rounder Satya..gujarati, south indian, fusion, north indian, italian,american, sindi and I don't Know haow many more cuisines u have mastered....this looks sooo yummy that I can have all of it! Well done!

chitra said...

Nice recipe Satya,this layered chapatthi I also want to try out.

Fathima said...

Perfect Phulkos! Bookmarked!

Sulagna said...

Wow looks so beautiful and yummy !!

Suja Sugathan said...

Looks really pretty..layers stand out,perfect

Gayathri's Cook Spot said...

Hai Sathya! thank you for visiting my blog.Your blog is very nice. I went thru bread and bagel recipes and they are wonderful.I have bookmarked those. I will be following you daily.Good day.

kanthi said...

Sathya, inni varieties chhesthunnaru,ekkadinunchi nerchukunnaru chala bavunnayi mee recipes..

kitchen flavours said...

This is new to me! The bread looks like the chapati. The chickpea curry looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

Nandini said...

The Sindhi meal looks very tempting and wonderful combo.

Anju Rathore said...

In Rajasthan, we have similiar roti that's called "Satte ki Roti", yours looks very tempting.

aipi said...

Delicious...Such a tempting platter you have there...awesome combo!!!


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Swathi said...

Sindhi meal looks delicious. Nice one. I love the phulko.

Madhura Manoj said...

Chick pea curry is one of my fav.. Nice layered paratha.


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Yummy Team said...

Layered paratha looks perfect, Sathya..Bet it tastes yummy with that chick pea curry..

Smitha said...

I like black chick peas curry and would love it anytime with those yummy looking phulkas!!

சிநேகிதி said...

layers looks prefect........

Shruti Mehta said...

wow. beautifully made . loved the way its made .. we have something similar in rajasthan as well, its called saatha roti.. love love ur pics.

Uma said...

lovely layered paratha..
i love sindhi daal pakwaan.. i'll try this too

NIDHYA said...

Satya, thanks for your step-by-step pics..other day i thought of making this and couldn't find the method.. now i knew how to make such a lovely paratha..sure gonna try this.

Aaha Oho

Raina said...

Wow! This looks really good. You are very talented. Great instruction and pictures too:)

Melodie said...

I think your curry looks delicious and I am so pleased you shared this talent at Vegetarian Foodie Fridays! Thanks you dear!

sweetartichoke said...

Tried to write a comment which did not go through yesterday :-(
These paratha looks so delicious and thanks for providing so clear explanations! (i have never tried to make the rolled ones myself...) I am so tempted to try!!
The chickpea curry sounds yummy, too!

Rachna said...

This seems lovely and easy to make. I will try it out surely!

Sangi said...

luks perfect D:

Jaisy James said...

looks delicious

Rumana Rawat said...

lovely paratha ")

Simply Life said...

oh that looks delicious! I love seeing how you make it!

Krishnaveni said...

perfectly done recipe looks good

Ananda Rajashekar said...

Satpura phulka resembles paratha, loving it, beautifully done :)

Joanne said...

These flatbreads look so incredibly tasty! I love whorled appearance. Sounds perfect with the black chickpea curry!

R. Ramesh said...

satya garu..baga unnara? the one word i know well in telugu is jaragandi..which they repeat at tirupati temple...hey thanks for all encouragement ya..me too following yr blog now..i tried to change my template but i am a technical dumbo..so am not able to do so...will ask some friend soon...take care boss best wishes always

meeso said...

Looks mouthwatering!

chitraj.hegde said...

Hello, Satya,,,,The parata looks great....first time here,,,your space is very nice....

http://wwwchitranna.blogspot.com

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