Batate Bhaji / Potato Bhaji & Chapathi - His cooking

Hey Guys!!!! How r all ya doing???
Its time for me to post my DH's cooking.... A small note on that he is really a wonderful cook... he cooks for me once a week... And I get rest from kitchen chores.... Let mee add..his cooking doesn't mean only cook the food and rest is done by me... Its starts from cooking the food till washing dishes... :D.... He not only helps me here but he does help his mom and sis's too... Isn't it lovely.... Ok Ok its too goody goody things about him..... there r some silly not so goody things but those r manageable :P
This is simple side dish which can be served with roti's , phulka's or chapathi's...


Most of the time we like to eat oil/ghee free chapathi's but we even love those sweet chapathis with sugar.
Here is what he did...
Take a round bowl add 2 tbsp of ghee, one 1tbsp of sugar and mix well, now add wheat flour and salt to taste.
Add luke warm water and make it into a soft dough.
Let it Rest for 15 minutes.
Now make small balls out of the dough.
And roll it into with a roller pin.
Heat a griddle or tawa and fry these chapathis both the sides till done.
Spread ghee over it and Serve Hot with Bhaji

So here is the most easiest side dish Poatato Bhaji 
Here is what is to be done:
Boil 2-3 large Potatoes, Peel them and cut them into dices (they need not be so even so dont worry).
Chop 2 green chillies, a few coriander leaves.
Now  in a deep bottom pan add 1 tbsp oil, when heated add 1 tsp urad dal, 1/2 tsp jeera, 1/2 tsp mustard seeds, when they start splattering Drop in some curry leaves and chopped green chillies.
Drop in the potatoes and add a bit of water (say a handful).
Now add 2 pinches of hing (or 1 tsp of hing water), salt to taste and mix well.
Keep on flame for 5 minutes and switch off the flame.
Here it is ready.

Tastes Yum Yum Face Eating Yellow Smiley Decoration Images when u add lozza loveYellow Smiley Face In Love Decoration Images in it.
This one is perfect for Priti's  Festive Food His Cooking Event 
I am also sending these to her event
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This time Its His Cooking so bubye from both of Us,


Suma Rajesh said…
simple and quick one...sach mein yaar,cooking prepared by loved once will be more tastier hai na?..ur soo lucky gal :)
Hari Chandana P said…
Simple and delicious.. Awesome dear!!!!!!
Jagruti said…
Hi Aps,
thank you for visiting my blog and wonderful words...very sweet of your hubby to make you a the best sabji in thw potato bhaji..all time fav..

following you..hope to see you again..
Pari Vasisht said…
Lucky u. That's one comfy vegetable.
U should be really proud of ur hubby I also love my hubby's cooking;-)
Great job...
Uma said…
lucky you! :)

simple and tasty!
Divya Kudua said…
Your husband cooks for you??Lucky you:):).Bhaji looks delicious..I always add a tsp of sugar to the chapathi dough,makes it more tastier I think!!
Ms.Chitchat said…
Loved the sabji and even more the write-up.
Rachana said…
You are a lucky girl... potato bhaji and chapathi looks so good...
Suji said…
Simple and easy one..Kudoos to your DH and we are sure it would have tasted as good as it looks and also as it is prepared with the secret ingredient "LOVE" :-)

Kairali sisters
Finla said…
I am sure it tasted delicous especially as it was prepared bu DH.
Sushma Mallya said…
i have always told and now also am saying your so lucky aps, he knows to cook so many things,.,such a sweet guy...even i do this type of potato bhaji but dont add urad dal,mustard seeds & all same thing, this combo,just too good...
Padmajha said…
Hi Lucky gorl,the thali looks absolutely delicious!!!
Simplyfood said…
Lovely simple and easy dish.Prepared with love and care.
arthi said…
Lovely Bhaji and your narration too!!
PranisKitchen said…
Helo Aps.
thats good thing sometime u can enjoy ur hubby's cooking also..
The potato bhaji looks so delicious..really a good side for chapathi..lovely snap..
new here lovely space to see ur new recipes..following u
Namitha said…
You are so lucky Aparna...:-) that looks so delicious
Wish I could send some strawberries to you :-) Yesterday my niece was asking whether I could send some too :D
Unknown said…
Simple and tasty dish..Lucky you :)
Malar Gandhi said…
Roti aur batate bhaji is a very comforting food to me, presentation made me hungry, hehe.
Bombay Foodie said…
Hey! I've added you to the list of Mumbai bloggers at
Simple and delicious, looks yumm.
Aps Kitchen said…
Xactly suma...
Thank U all for lovely comment

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