Sali Boti Recipe

 

The Sali Boti Recipe is a dish from the Parsi cuisines. This dish is usually made on weddings, festivals or any special occasion. The making of Sali Boti is not very difficult and it takes about 60 minutes to prepare the dish. The Sali mutton curry dish posses flavors of tomatoes, onions, and vinegar. Parsi style Sali Boti is served on the bed of Fried potato sticks.

 

In a similar way, you can make The Sali Chicken or Sali Marghi also for your guests.

 

Ingredients:

Sali Boti Recipe

 

For Sali Boti:

 

  • 1000 grams mutton ( cubes shape)
  • 3 Table spoon oil
  • 100 ML water
  • 2 table spoon Tbsp vinegar
  • 2 table spoon refined jaggery
  • Salt to taste
  • 4 chopped green chilies
  • Coriander leaves
  • 5 meshed tomatoes
  • 4 chopped onions
  • 1/3 tsp chili powder
  • 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 table spoon ginger-garlic paste

 

For Sali Boti:
  • 500 grams potatoes
  • 500 ML oil

 

Preparation Method:

Sali Boti Recipe

 

Sali Boti:

Use a pan and heat the oil.

Add onions and fry until the color turns light brown.

Increase the heat, and add chili powder.

For taste add ginger-garlic paste.

Stir the mixture for two minutes.

Add mutton cubes.

Add 1 table spoon of oil; wait for the meat to turn brown.

Prepare a mixture of tomatoes and green chilies.

Add mixture to the pan.

Include water, to make steam inside the pan.

Add salt as per the requirement, I/2 tablespoon will be enough.

Wait for the while, the mixture will boil after 10 minutes.

Reduce the heat, and wait for about 25-35 minutes.

Add refined jaggery to the pot and vinegar.

Remove the pan and garnish the mixture with coriander.

The bread can be served with the Sali Boti.

 

How to Cook:

Sali Boti Recipe

 

Boil potatoes and peel off the skin.

Cut potatoes into thin straws.

Cool down the potatoes by soaking into the water.

Dry the potatoes straws and fry.

Oil should be extremely hot in order to make them crispy and brown.

Remove the potato straws from the oil and serve with the Sali Boti.

 

The Sali Boti dish is ready to serve. Enjoy!

2019-01-11T23:13:33+00:00 April 22nd, 2016|FESTIVALS SPECIAL, Holidays and Events, Lamb/Mutton Dishes, RECIPES|0 Comments

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