Thursday, April 19, 2007

Shev Batata Puri N Matka Kulfi

Weekends is a time to binge. Some time back we tried the Haldiram's Shev Puri packet and the Amul's matka/ pot kulfi.

It is a pack of 15 -16 puris with a packet of shev and 3 chutneys, green and red chili chutneys and the sweet and sour tamarind chutney. This pack mentions shev batata puri so we decided to make exactly that.


Preparation:

1 packet Haldiram's Shev puri

1/4 kg potatoes boiled and mashed

1/2 cup chopped onion

1/2 cup chopped tomatoes

1 cup chopped cilantro

salt to taste

Asssembling the dish:

Place the Puris in a big plate and place small morsels of mashed potatoes on it. Next tomato and onions. Then sprinkle the salt and the three chutneys and the shev on top. Dress up with chopped cilantro. Serve separately in quarter plates for individuals.

Verdict:

The chutneys are not enough for all the puris and if this dish is not spiced right its just tame. The shev is too thick by Mumbai standards they should provide the very thin variety. Even of shev is the quantity is less.

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Amul Matka Kulfi

The Matka Kufi was very good, nice creamy and bits of badam-pista. The best thing about Amul is their icecreams are made from milk unlike the ones made from cream so one can have 2 helpings of Amul instead of a rich creamy single helping of the other brands. ;) LOL.

I found the plastic pots really cute yet I would love to have the kulfi in a real matka. Can Amul do it?

6 comments:

  1. OMG!!! You are killing me.Batata puri and matka Kulfi!!!!I want to go home!!!:)))

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  2. Anjali,

    yummy looking,making my mouth water.where do you get matka kulfi's sounds so cool.

    sreelu
    http://sreelus.blogspot.com

    ps: added you to my blogroll

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  3. Asha GEE...when are you coming here....we can catch up ;)! Meanwhile enjoy the pictures.

    Sreelu thanks for your comments and the tag. they are available at any Amul counters.

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  4. that is true confort food. brings back tastes and memories. i just love your blog, anjali.

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  5. Bee me too. Mutual admiration society I guess ;) :D kiddin.

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  6. must try it out. we have tries their bhelpuri

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