Monday, April 12, 2010

Aaloo ki Sukhi Masaledar Subji (Spiced Dry Potato Subji)

Potato is a staple food in my house. It is a very versatile vegetable and there are many ways to prepare something out of it. Here is one of my preparation. It's one of my favourite.
8-10 baby potaoes boiled.
1 small onion chopped finely.
1 tomato chopped.
1 green chilli chopped.
1 tsp of grated ginger.
1/2 tsp cumin seeds.
1/2 tsp coriander seeds slightly crushed.
2 tbsp coriander powder.
1/2 tsp red chilli powder.
1/4 tso turmeric powder.
1 tsp garam masala.
1 tsp salt or to taste.
1 tbsp oil.

Serves 2.

Peel the boiled potatoes and cut them into half. Set aside.
Heat a pan and add oil. When heated add cumin seeds, coriander seeds, chopped chillies and grated ginger and saute for 30 seconds. Add chooped onions and saute for 2-3 minutes and then add tomatoes. Add salt and heat for 2-3 minutes. Keep stirring till the tomato melts. Add all the spices except garam masala. Heat for another 2-3 minutes such that all the spices are cooked and gives a nice aroma. Now add the potato halves. Add garam masala and mix well such that the spicy mixture is coated all over the potatoes. Cook for another 2 minutes. Turn off the gas and take it off the gas. Transfer in a serving bowl. Serve hot with phulka or puris.                                       


  1. looks tempting and this sure is a great treat at the weekends!

  2. Curry looks very tasty dear...I too make a similar potato dish like...always love with rice and a spicy gravy :)

  3. tooooooooo tempting anything made of potatoes....

  4. You have presented Aloo Subji in such a simple way. I bet it must have tasted yummylicous in every way. Would be well complemented with chapahi.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  5. Potato subjis are always a favorite at home..Looks tempting.

  6. Hey Jyoti
    nice to see you back! aaloo ki sabji our family fav.

  7. love aloo ki is so simple to make and yet delicious

  8. potato subji is alway your version of aloo subji.

  9. the subji looks delicious.i like potato and the recipe very simple too..Good combo with chapati

  10. Looks delicious,would be perfect with chapathi

  11. Dry potato sabji look really lovely and delicious.I like your blog layout too.

  12. Looks wonderful, sukhi version sounds nice...spicey-tastee.

  13. Guess potato is everyone's fav :-) looks wonderful

  14. hi jyoti, how r u?...i was off from blogging from past few weeks due to heavy load of work so missed ur mny yummy recipes which u had posted..vl c thm now...hey this spicy aloo subsi looks super tempting...loved the way u used spices in vl tatse yummy

  15. Love aloo in any form... this version great... with some hot parathas and yogurt!

  16. Loved the spices used in the dish.Looks delicious!


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