Sunday, April 14, 2013

Rajasthani Aloo Sabji

You all know that am running a week of blogging marathon with traditional dishes as theme for this week and i chosed Rajasthani cuisine, already i have posted few numbers of delicious dishes from this cuisine. Seriously am amazed the variety of foods this cuisine have and each and every dish is simply awesome and definitely healthy as well as quick when compared to most of the South Indian dishes.

My today's Rajasthani dish is this aloo sabji, this is one among my recent favourite and it takes hardly less  time to get ready and goes prefectly as side dish with rotis.I prepared this sabji yesterday and serve with pulkhas. Both works wonder and we had a filling and satisfying lunch sterday. The original recipe is from Madhuri's space.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.


3nos Potatoes (cooked & cubed)
1cup Yogurt
1tbsp Gram flour
1tsp Chilly powder
1tsp Coriander powder
1/2tsp Cumin powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
Salt
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1/2tsp Fennel seeds
1/2tsp Onion seeds/Kalonji
2nos Cloves
1inch Cinnamon stick
1no Bay leaf
Oil
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder

Add the gram flour in yogurt and give a mix..

Heat enough oil in a pan, add the mustard seeds, let it splutters.

Now add the cumin seeds,fennel seeds,kalonji,cloves,cinnamon,bay leaf and asafoetida powder, fry for few minutes.

Add now the gramflour-yogurt mixture and bring it to boil.

Add the cubed potatoes,salt, mix well, add a cup of water and cook in simmer for few minutes.

Put off the stove and serve with rotis.


42 comments:

  1. I love Rajasthani food too..the aloo sabzi looks yummy..

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  2. Paakave vai orrudhu Priya..Super aa iruku..Can I come n join with u guys?

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  3. This looks good! Delicious with flatbreads!

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  4. Again, something quite new to me. But I'm sure that I would enjoy the dish - the potato lover that I am :) Lovely click Priya.

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  5. Delicious Sabji,tempting me to try:)

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  6. Lovely Aloo subji looks delicious.

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  7. This is so flavourful and delicious, Priya.

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  8. A simple but delicious dish that is so lovely to eat.

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  9. Delicious and tempting kadhi..great combo of yogurt and besan..love the flavor.

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  10. Easy and delicious potato sabzi! Looks good!

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  11. Flavourful sabji.Perfect recipe for all alooooo lovers :-)

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  12. Love the simple and easy side dish. Nicely done !!

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  13. Lovely dish, perfect with roti and pulav :)

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  14. super tempting subzi with potato and nicely clicked too

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  15. Your marathon rocks Priya...Amazing recipes you are posting..I am drooling.

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  16. It looks like a very delicious dish.

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  17. Such a yummy looking bowl of aloos priya..and the chapatis look great as well..

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  18. what an appealing color of the sabzi... too good click Priya

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  19. super tempting aloo sabji,perfect with rotis...

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  20. I bet this tastes good with rotis. Aloo and yogurt combo never fails to impress!!

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  21. I can imagine how flavorful this curry is!

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  22. this makes a nice gravy more like kadhi, but aloo and variations is always welcome

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  23. I am catching up on all of last week's posts as you might guess from the spate of comments :-). The aloo subji looks creamy and yummy.

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  24. Wow.. the colour & the thickness of the gravy.. I am drooling..Yummy yummy it is to look at.. I am imagining myself eating it now !!

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  25. Very nice in color. and look so tasty

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  26. Such a delicious and different aloo curry. Using yogurt and besan in the gravy sounds yummy.

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  27. A similar dish is made a gujju way :) Lovely presentation.

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  28. Love to try out different versions of Potato curry . Bookmarked this one..

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  29. Oh the sabji looks delicious.. so silky and so creamy... and the rotis in the background look picture perfect..
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  30. Oh love this, tried once like the yogurt taste in this subji yummy

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  31. That is a lovely subji priya. I am sure yogurt must have made a good difference

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  32. Looks colorful and yummy. We make a similar subzi but keep it simple without all the spices.

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