Sep 10, 2013

Aaloo Secret Sabzi (no onion or tomato)

Current prices of Onions in India makes a foodie to venture out for non onion recipes.
A day when you do not have onion, tomatoes in your refrigrator and no other veggies to go for other than potatoes. So the dish just happened and became a real hit!!!!


Serves 4
Ingredients:
6          - Potatoes
7          - Medium sized carrots
2          - Green chillies
3          - Garlic pods
1 tbs    - Kashmiri chilly powder
1 tbs    - Dry coriander powder
1 tbs    - Dry jeera powder
1/2 tbs - Turmeric powder
1 tbs    - Amchoor powder
1 tbs    - Jeera
1/2 tbs - Saunf
1 tbs    - Kasoori Methi/ Fenugreek leaves
Salt to taste
2 tbs    - Oil
500ml  - Water

Method or Vidhiee:
1. Wash carrots and dice them into chunks.
2. Grind the carrots with garlic.
3. Wash the potatoes dice them into medium chunks and soak them in water.
4. In a pressure cooker add in the oil.
5. Heat it and then add in Jeera, Saunf, green chillies.
6. To it add in the ground paste and lower the flame.
7. Saute them for 1 min.
8. Add in the dry masala powders and saute for 2 mins.
9. Now add in the potatoes and coat them with the paste.
10. Finally add salt and kasoori methi.
11. Add water and pressure cook till 3 whistles.
12. After they are done add in chopped green coriander.
Serve hot with rice/ Chappati/ Dosas.

Tip:
You can add in any other vegetables also. Most suitable would be green peas.
This dish might be bit sweet but you can balance with the chilly powder
Dish does not require Garam Masala powder.








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