Saturday, August 28, 2010

Aloo Sabji - Rajasthani Style

One of the easiest sidedish to make is aloo subji/potato stir fry and it is prepared in several ways in different parts of India. In southern part, it's stir fried and blended with coconut and in north it'xs sprinkled with garam masalas.
This time I tried a authentic rajasthani style aloo sabji with yogurt and gram flour. It tastes bit sour because of yogurt.

2 big Potatoes/Aloo (peeled, boiled and cut into cubes)
1 cup Yogurt beaten
1 tsp Besan/Gram flour
1 tsp roasted Coriender-Cumin powder
1 1/2 tsp red chili powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
Salt to taste

1/2 tsp Mustard seeds
1 tsp Cumin seeds
1 tsp Fennel seeds
1/2 tsp Kalonji/ Onion seeds
2 Cloves
1 inch Cinnamon stick
1 Bay leaf
1/4 tsp Asafoetida powder

In a bowl mix gram flour and yogurt.keep aside
Heat a 2 tbsp of oil in heavy saucepan, Add mustard seeds, when it splutters add cumin, fennel, kalonji, cloves, cinnamon , bay leaf and asatoetida powder and saute for few seconds.
Add gramflour-yogurt mixture and bring to boil.
Now, add the cut potatoes/aloo and salt mix well and add 1/2 cup water, cover and cook in a low flame for 5-10 mins or until it's combine
It's ideal for rotis and chapathis  


Sanchita Karmakar said...

Lovely photos. I have tried this recipe before..its different but nice one.

Jagruti જાગૃતિ said...

Lovely mum used to make this one...:)

? said...

Aloo sabzi looks scrumptious; loved the choice of bowl; was eye-ing something similar today. :-)

Padhu said...

nice sabji for roti .I love potato in any form

Satya said...

i love this aloo subzi...never prepared at home ...big fan of rajasthani food ...ur aloo subzi looks very inviting ...thanks for sharing madhuri

Sadhana said...

This looks absolutely fantastic dear...nice to visit ur blog. Am adding u to my blog list.. will visit ur blog often.

Sushma Mallya said...

looks so delicious, your pics are just awesome

Nandini said...

The idea of adding yogurt in an aloo dish is new to me. The side dish is irresistible and lip-smacking! About the yam, it was not sweet.

Supriya Nair said...

very tasty looking side dish...luv the pics..well captured..

Priya said...

Never tried adding yogurt in aloo sabji, beautiful looking aloo sabji..

aipi said...

Aloo looks delicious..very nicely taken picture!!
First time here..really like your food n your presentation..
will be visiting often:)
Do drop by my space sometime.
Take care,

Turmericnspice said...

LOve the recipe...have to try the idea of yogurt...nice and tangy!! awesome pic....v teasing!!:)

Jay said...

Sabji and pooris made for each other...loved your version and the colorful click..:)

Suman Singh said...

delicious aloo sabzi..nice clicks.

Kalyani said...

wow lovely clicks and looks delicious .....

Rachana said...

A mouthwatering aloo sabji! The Clicks are beautiful!

Ananda Rajashekar said...

Beautiful clicks and wonderful blog Glad to be here :)

Reshmi said...

lovely blog full of tempting recipes and wonderful clicks...

Ananda Rajashekar said...

wondeful recipe and gorgeous clicks! :)

Sarah Naveen said...

Beautiful click..looks so delicious..

Paaka Shaale said...

Hi Madhuri,

It's my first time here. And I must say that you have a gorgeous blog. The alloo sabzi looks delectable.


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