Thursday, 19 September 2013

Gemüserösti

  This is a simple German dish ,it makes a great meal and is relatively easy to prepare.One of those dishes that I tried out just because I loved it's name :) You can actually call it a vegetable omelette. Many a times I end up trying out dishes because they have fancy names,some of them turn out well...let's not talk about the others:P.Found this recipe in a recipe book for kids.This does tempt a picky Kid to eat and it's pretty healthy too.It's usually served with fish and a mild dip...
   I'm not satisfied with the pic though,I still haven't figured out how to take great night shots,they always turn out a little less appealing than the day shots. We are slowly moving into winter and I wish I could crack the code to night shots before Mr.Sun stops visiting us.If you have any tips please do let me know :).So off to the dish.....


You'll Need:
Serves 2 - 3
Potatoes - 2 big
Carrot - 1 big
Zucchini -1/2 a big one
Eggs - 3
Thick Yogurt - 100 g
Curry Powder - 1/2 tsp(or as you wish)
Pepper & salt to taste
oil - 3 - 4 tsp
For the Dip:
Lemon juice - 3 tbsp
Yogurt - 50 g
Mint leaves - 1 -2 tsp(chopped)

Method:
-Clean the Potatoes and peel them,then grate them finely.
-Clean the zucchini and carrot and grate them finely.
-Beat the eggs slightly with a fork.Add the gated vegetables and salt and mix.
-Mix 3/4 th of the curd and mix well.Add the remaining little by little until you get a good consistency,similar to a pancake batter.Add more if needed.Add the curry powder and pepper and mix well.Check for salt.
-In a pan heat 1 tsp of oil and add 1/3 of the mixture and spread it just like how you make omelettes.Drizzle some oil on the sides and cook on both the sides .Repeat the same process for the rest of the batter.Done !
For the sauce:
-Beat the yogurt well with a fork.
-Mix the yogurt and the Lemon juice well.Add the mint leaves and mix well !


Thanks for stopping by ! Happy Cooking !

14 comments:

  1. Interesting dish Reni..BTW, How to pronounce the name of the dish ?

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  2. Super dear, love it potatoes and eggs simply superb, love it... do let us know how u pronounce the name. I am with you dear, it is getting dark faster and the photos are not good.

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  3. I haven't heard about this dish though we have something similar, you know our varieties of omelettes. Its an awesome dish with the much loved ingredients esp potatoes, eggs, curry powder and actually almost all of the ingredients.

    I love how it turned out, the crispy edges and the sort of slightly thick texture.

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  4. Interesting and delicious dish.. Sounds a new name..

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  5. Love the second pic Reni the edges of the omelette:)look so crispy.Hmm picky eater... shd try this bait here soon:)

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  6. agree with meena, love the second pic and also love teh recipe..must try..and promise me those tips on shooting at night will go into a separate post for people like me who have even stopped trying

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  7. yummy n healthy recipe, nice dip too.

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  8. Hi Reni, nice to learn abt German dishes. loved your German omelette. Pics have come out well. Don't worry about pics. pics will turn into delicious shots as time flies.

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  9. Just mouthwatering...looks delicious!

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  10. Unique recipe, looks so delicious and mouthwatering.

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  11. this is one delicious way to sneak veggies inside omelette...kid friendly and looks scrumptious :-)

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  12. Looks simply superb Reni.. Quite innovative dear :-)

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  13. Ahhh, this seems better than plain Potato Rosti! And like Meena said, love the shot with the edges in view :)

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