Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Kashmiri Dum Aloo~~ICC

Every month we guys have to try and taste the recipe given by Srivalli for Indian Cooking Challenge and this Kashmiri dum aloo is our november's challenge, its quite a simple recipe which tastes truly marvellous and thanks for this recipe Srivalli, we guys enjoyed this yummy side dish with some rotis sterday and both together tastes sooo yummy and this dum aloo was slightly sour coz of the yogurt i used for, my H love anything with potatoes even its tangy,sour or sweet so needless to say how he would have enjoyed this delectable dish..Srivalli and Lataji both together choosed this Kashmiri dum aloo from here..Since i prepared this kashmiri dum aloo sterday afternoon, those tiny potatoes tasted truly delicious as they were sitting in the gravy since afternoon, i just reheated this dish in microwave oven before serving..We loved it...Definitely a fingerlicking side dish and am gonna make often..

Kashmiri Dum Aloo

1/2kg Baby potatoes
2cups Fresh yogurt
1tsp Ginger powder
1tsp Fennel seed powder
1/4tsp Cardamom powder
2tbsp Oil
1/2tsp Cloves powder
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1/2tsp Kashmiri chilli powder
1tsp Cumin seed powder
1tsp Garam masala powder
Salt
Oil for deepfrying
Firm dough (to seal the edges of the pan)

Wash and poke the potatoes with a fork and soak in salted water for 20minutes, heat the oil for deepfrying,pat dry the soaked potatoes and fry them in medium flame until the skin turns golden in colour, drain the excess of oil with a paper towel and keep aside..

Meanwhile take the yogurt, chilly powder, ginger powder, cardamom powder, fennel seed powder in a bowl,mix everything well and add the potatoes to this paste..Heat the two tablespoons of oil, add the cloves powder and asafoetida,add immediately half cup of water, salt and bring to boil..

Add the already prepared potato-yogurt mix to the boil water,give a stir and cover with a lid, now seal the edges of the pan with dough so that the steam cant escape..put the stove in simmer and cook for 10-15minutes..Put off the stove, remove the cover and add finally the cumin and garam masala powder..Cover again and cook for few minutes..

Serve hot with rotis or naans..

49 comments:

  1. looking so tempting nice colour of curry.

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  2. This dish is bursting with color. Looks delicious.

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  3. Thanks for ur quick response Priya! Looking forward to ur entries.. Aloo Dum is looking very tempting!

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  4. wow..d color rocks Priya..just I need is hot soft chapatis to go with..
    Tasty appetite

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  5. L;ooks delicious Priya. How do you manage to cook so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. nice color and tempting too..we loved it too..

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  7. yummy curry! would love to try this version!

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  8. Looks very tempting...I luv dum aloo

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  9. The spice combination and the color on dum aloo is making it look really really tasty.love it!


    US Masala

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  10. Love the beautiful color on this! I love potatoes any way, as well!

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  11. Everyone' love this dish...perfect for pulkahs.

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  12. Must be nice served with rice or roti....!

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  13. HI Priya
    lovely color and looks yummy.

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  14. My mom was telling me about this curry sometime back ..... now that I have had a glimpse of it I am heading towards the kitchen. Bookmarked :)

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  15. I m making it just now!!! Hope it comes out as tasty as urs!!!! :)

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  16. This looks delicious! I would love a bowl for lunch!

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  17. Priya-You are welcome to come to my house any time for my chili, and cornbread...only, if you promise to teach me some of your amazing dishes.

    BTW-I figured out an easy way to print out your recipes, especially this yummy potato dish, which I want to make ASAP. We also have an Indian market here locally that I stumbled upon, and will get the ingredients that some of the dishes, you, and my other friends post. LOve...love, them all...and love all of YOU!
    Hugs!

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  18. Very yummy looking.Could have some with naan:)

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  19. yum yum...very tempting color and the cute looking potatoes in that delicious gravy is making me drool...loved it...

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  20. That Dum Aloo looks insanely good. Love the color!

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  21. Oh dear Priya is looks so inviting..love it.

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  22. so many Kashmiri Dum Aloo recpes floating around. Looks yummy and delish.

    Shobha

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  23. tht looks so so delicious n mouthwatering....wow

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  24. This looks terrific and sounds superbly yummy. You have achieved such an appetizing color that I can't stand it unless I get to eat this....my stomach is now making hungry sounds

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  25. Aloo dum looks too yummy. Feel like having a bite right now ;)

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  26. Yummy and delicious curry and the color of the curry is tempting me to try:)

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  27. Super tempting and delicious dum aloo.

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  28. Delicious and creamy selection for the challenge!

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  29. Looks delicious! I too tried this for the first time today and it came out delicious!

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  30. Looks delicious!! Its one of my favourites - tempted to make some just now!!

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  31. Such a lovely colour . It is so inviting. Couldn't take my eyes from this beautiful dish.

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  32. I enjoyed making this Dum aloo yours looks so beautiful Priya..

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  33. AWESOME RECIPE...VERY TEMPTING TOO..

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  34. Dum Aloo has come out so well Priya..:)..thanks for joining..

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  35. dum aloo looks so delicious! great combo with rotis...

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