Saturday, April 14, 2018

No Onion No Garlic Aloo Rasedar/Mashed Potato in Tomato Gravy

Potatoes are our family favourite vegetable, we can survive for many days with anything cooked with potatoes. Obviously potatoes have their own place in my vegetable basket. My today's post is a well known curry dish which is quite popular in North India especially in the state of Uttar pradesh. Its a breakfast dish served along with puffed Indian fried breads aka pooris. And this dish is one of easiest side dish you can prepare with less efforts. Since its No Onion No garlic recipe, this dish gets ready easily for a quick weekend dinner or a simple weekday's breakfast. With usual spice powders and dry mango powder, this curry will makes you happy to relish with parathas or rotis.

No onion no garlic Aloo rasedar, Potato curry with no onion no garlic

Am running a month of blogging marathon this month with 4 themes for 4 weeks, after some interesting International breakfast dishes, i have been posting No Onion No garlic recipes since a week. My today's post is the last post for this week's theme, which is quite a delicious curry. Crumbled and slightly mashed potatoes when cooked in a spiced tomato based curry makes this interesting Aloo rasedar. Usually Aloo rasedar is prepared with both onions and garlic but trust me if you want a delicious curry without garlic and onion for your fasting day, this curry will definitely please your tastebuds.

Aloo rasedar, No Onion No Garlic Potato Curry

3nos Potatoes (cooked & crumbled)
2nos Tomatoes (blanched & pureed)
2nos Green chillies (slit opened)
1tsp Red Chilly powder
1tsp  Garam Masala
1/4tspTurmeric powder
1/4tsp Dry mango powder/Amchur powder
1tsp Ginger (minced)
Coriander as per need
Dry fenugreek leaves/Kasoori methi
Oil
Salt as required.

Heat oil in a pan, add the minced ginger, green chillies and saute until a nice aroma comes from.

Add the pureed tomatoes and bring it to boil.

Then add turmeric, chilli powder, dry mango powder and garam masala and fry for some time.

Add enough water and cook everything in medium flame for few minutes.

No Onion No Garlic Aloo Sabji

Finally add the mashed potatoes and cook for a while. Once the gravy gets bits thick, put off the stove.

Add the crushed dry methi leaves, give a stir.

Add the chopped coriander leaves as per need.

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14 comments:

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Aaloo rasedar sound perfectly made , this is one dish which I like without onions and garlic . The use of kasoori methi must be giving it a twist and an excellent taste . Served with pooris Aaloo rasedar must have made a delicious meal .

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

Your aloo rasedar looks so inviting Priya. Love that beautiful red color of the curry. That whole plate looks amazing.

Sandhiya said... Reply To This Comment

Another interesting no onion and no garlic recipe, Aaloo rasedar sounds delicious, it must be awesome with those pooris !!!

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! Love rasedar aloo and this version sounds just as delicious.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

That plate with the poori and rasedar aloo looks so tempting. I don't mind it without any onions. Love it..

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Each and every city has its own potato recipe... Such a classic recipe and kudos for trying it without no onion and no garlic.

Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely colour ..So tempting..

Manjula Bharath said... Reply To This Comment

wow wow aks.. this is lipsmacking , I wish I lived near you oru bowl curry thanga nu keturupen :P such an amazing color of the gravy, looks so yummy .. Pass me the plate I will finish it in no time :) Semma ponga !!

Kalyani said... Reply To This Comment

Am
Loving those poori a lot :) wish someone cooks this for me .. nice gravy

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

I am seriously drooling priya, those pooris with that gravy must have tasted awesome!

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy, aloo rasedar looks so good. Wish I could have that with some puris. Adding both amchur and kasuri methi must have made it so flavorful. Love all your no onion and no garlic dishes.

Priya Srinivasan said... Reply To This Comment

This is one of our favorite sides Priya! My kids love this for their Dabba! Looks delicious!

Padmajha PJ said... Reply To This Comment

What a vibrant looking gravy! With those pooris , it must have tasted awesome!!Yes, we can survive for days together when we have enough potatoes in the veggie basket!

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

This is such a classic dish that I grew up eating in Northern India. One of my favorite with poori. I am so tempted to eat some right now.