Rajasthani Gatte Ki sabzi is an authentic dish from Rajasthani cuisine. This delicious and spicy curry is a Rajasthani specialty that is served with Bajra roti or steamed rice.
It is also known as gatte ka saag or gatte ki kadhi in certain areas of Rajasthan. Gatte is gram flour or besan dumplings which are first boiled and then cooked with spicy curd and tomato gravy to make this traditional Rajasthani gatte Ki sabzi.
There are many recipes to cook gatte Ki sabzi. In Jain gatte Ki sabzi they don’t use onions at all. And then there are versions of gatta curry in which gravy is made only with curd/yogurt and no onion, garlic or tomato is used. But one thing that is common in all the versions of gatta curry is spice, there is lot of heat from chilies.
My recipe of gatte ki sabzi is Dhaba style gatte Ki sabzi, except that it does not have a floating layer of oil on the surface. But the curry is perfectly spicy and texture of the gravy is creamy and thick. In this easy recipe of gatte ki sabzi, I use onion tomato and curd to make a base of this delectable spicy Rajasthani curry.
You can serve this curry/ gatte ka saag with steamed rice, chapati or rustic bajre Ki Roti. We prefer to serve it with plain steamed rice. Rajasthani cuisine as it is popular for its heat and spice level, so with most of the Rajasthani dishes I mostly serve plain rice or roti with a bowl of curd which makes a perfect accompaniment for the gatte ki curry as well.
If you love spicy food and Rajasthani cuisine you may also like to try these popular Rajasthani dishes as well, Papad ki Sabzi , Rajasthani Pithore , Vada papad sabzi , Rajasthani Mirchi Bada . If kadhi is what you like you might want to try this Punjabi Kadhi Pakoda.
Rajasthani Gatta Curry Recipe Video in Hindi
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