Aloo ke Barule Recipe


Aloo ke Barule Recipe



30 Mins
6-7 people
10 Mins




Authentic Aloo Ke Barule Recipe for Indian Food Lovers

 

If you're an Indian food enthusiast, you're in for a treat with our Authentic Aloo Ke Barule recipe. This delectable dish is a popular choice among those who crave the spicy and savory flavors of Indian street food. Aloo Ke Barule, or potato fritters, are a crispy and mouthwatering delight that will leave you craving for more. This recipe combines the perfect blend of aromatic spices, besan (chickpea flour), and a thin, crispy coating that elevates the humble potato to a whole new level.

 

Imagine biting into a piece of these barule, with a burst of flavors that come from the secret ingredients and a unique chutney. The spicy twist with chatpata flavors, the crunchy coating, and the special garnishes of radish and raw mango julienne make Aloo Ke Barule the perfect choice for tea time delights, evening snacks, and party appetizers. Whether you're hosting a gathering, celebrating a festival, or simply indulging your taste buds, Aloo Ke Barule is the ideal choice. It's a quick and easy recipe that's bound to become a favorite among your family and friends. So, let's embark on a flavorful journey with this special recipe by Chef Ajay Chopra.

 

Portions serving: 6-7 pax

Preparation time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 30 mins

Calories: 190 kcal per portion 

 

Ingredients

Baby potatoes

500 gms

Red chilli powder

1 tbsp

Salt

½ tbsp

Coriander & jeera powder

½ tbsp

Turmeric powder

½ tsp

Amchur powder

½ tbsp

Chilli flakes

½ tbsp

Ajwain

½ tsp

Besan

4 tbsp

Cornflour

2 tbsp

Water

as needed 

Oil

for deep frying 

Chaat masala

½ tbsp

Radish grated

for garnish 

Raw mango julienne

for garnish 

 

Green chutney 

Coriander

1 cup

Mint leaves

½ cup

Salt

½ tsp

Garlic

5-6 cloves 

Green chilli

2 pcs

Roasted jeera powder

1 tsp

Water

as required 

Lemon juice

½ tbsp

 

Method

For chutney:

Add all ingredients in a mixer jar and blend it.

Then add lemon juice, mix it and keep aside.

 

For Aloo ke Barule:

In a pressure cooker add baby potato, water and pressure cook it for 2-3 whistles.

Once done, strain it and transfer it to a bowl.

Add red chilli powder, turmeric powder, salt, coriander & jeera powder, amchur powder, chilli flakes, ajwain and mix it.

Then add besan, cornflour and mix it.

Sprinkle some water, mix it and make sure each piece has a thin coating.

Heat oil in a pan for deep frying, add baby potatoes one by one and fry them until they get crisp.

Remove it on a plate and let the excess oil drain.

Now, in a bowl add fried barule, green chutney, some chaat masala and mix it.

Plate it on a dish and add grated radish on top.

Our Aligarh ke barule are ready to serve.

 

In conclusion, Aloo Ke Barule is a delightful and unique recipe that brings the flavors of Indian street food right to your home. With its spicy and tangy twist, crispy texture, and tantalizing chutney, it's sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any occasion. If you've enjoyed this recipe, be sure to explore more of Chef Ajay Chopra's culinary creations. Don't miss the opportunity to try out his other recipes, and if you're looking to enhance your cooking skills, check out his courses and books for in-depth insights into the world of Indian cuisine. With Chef Ajay Chopra, you can transform your kitchen into a culinary paradise. Start cooking, experimenting, and relishing the fantastic flavors of India.

 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):

 

Question 1: What is the special coating for Aloo Ke Barule?

Answer 1: Aloo Ke Barule are coated with a mixture of besan (chickpea flour) and cornflour, creating a thin and crispy texture.

 

Question 2: Can I adjust the level of spiciness in this recipe?

Answer 2: Yes, you can adjust the spiciness by varying the amount of red chili powder and chili flakes according to your taste.

 

Question 3: How do I make the green chutney for Aloo Ke Barule?

Answer 3: The green chutney is made by blending coriander, mint leaves, garlic, green chilies, roasted jeera powder, and lemon juice.

 

Question 4: What are the best occasions to serve Aloo Ke Barule?

Answer 4: Aloo Ke Barule are great for tea time delights, evening snacks, family gatherings, festivals, and party appetizers.

 

Question 5: Can I make Aloo Ke Barule in advance and reheat them?

Answer 5: Aloo Ke Barule are best served fresh for their crispiness. However, you can reheat them in an oven or air fryer to retain their texture.

 

Question 6: What are the secret ingredients that make this dish unique?

Answer 6: The secret ingredients include a blend of aromatic spices and a special chutney that enhance the flavors of Aloo Ke Barule.

 

Question 7: Are there any variations to this recipe?

Answer 7: While the basic recipe is classic, you can experiment with different garnishes or chutneys to create your unique twist.

 

Question 8: Where can I find more recipes and culinary insights by Chef Ajay Chopra?

Answer 8: You can explore more recipes and culinary wisdom from Chef Ajay Chopra on his website and in his books and courses.