Balti Sauce | Homemade Balti Sauce | Balti Curry Masala
Balti Sauce | Homemade Balti Sauce | Balti Curry Masala recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Learn how to make Balti Sauce. Balti sauce is the base of all balti curries. Balti Curry is one of the famous curry in UK. In restaurants they prepare balti sauce and then prepare variety of veg and non veg recipes using the base sauce. As per wiki, Balti, as a food is named after the steel or iron pot in which it is cooked. The word is found in Urdu, Hindi, Odia, and Bengali, and means “bucket”. It is known to have originated in Birmingham and balti curry is usually cooked in high flame.
Made this for Food Bloggers Recipe Swap group Challenge where bloggers will be paired with each other. We need to cook recipes from other fellow bloggers blog. I was paired with Mina of Givemesomespice. Her blog contains lot of interesting and innovative recipes from different cuisines. I choose couple of recipes and finally made this spicy sauce. Since everyone likes spicy curries in home, we all enjoyed this spicy and little tangy sauce. Roasting the masala powder and then adding to sauce makes it more flavorful. I made Balti Chicken using this Sauce and will try some more recipes.
Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes
How to make Balti Sauce with step by step pictures
Dry roast red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, garam masala and cumin powder in kadai till nice aroma comes.
Transfer to plate and allow it to cool down.
Heat oil in the same kadai and temper with mustard seeds and cinnamon.
Then add onions, finely chopped ginger and garlic and saute for few minutes.
Next add the roasted masala and give a quick saute
Now add the chopped tomatoes.
Then add 1 cup of water and allow it to boil
Now add salt, cardamon powder and lemon juice
Allow the mixture to boil till it becomes thick and raw smell goes. Switch off the flame and allow to cool down.
Tranfer the mixture to blender.
Blend till it is smooth.
Balti sauce is ready.
Refrigerate and use them as and when required
Don’t forget to check out the other recipes from this month’s Food Blogger Recipe Swap!
- Jaisalmeri Kala Chana – Black Chickpea Curry
- Pineapple Chutney
- Bitter Gourd Roast
- Butter Biscuits
- Broken Wheat Upma
- Lobia Vada – Black Eyed Pea Fritters
- Garlic Bread Sticks
- Cuca de Banana – Brazilian Banana Crumb Cake
- Beaten Rice Mix
If you have tried this recipe and liked it, please do leave your valuable comment and share picture of recipe with hashtag #namscorner in instagram or mail me @firstname.lastname@example.org. You can follow me on Facebook, Instagram,Twitter, Pinterest or subscribe to get regular updates on your mail box.