jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

Jaipuri Aloo Pyaaz ki Sabzi | Rajasthani Aloo Pyaaz Sabji

What is Jaipuri Aloo Pyaaz ki Sabzi?

Heavenly preparation using potatoes and onions, both white onions and red onions, cooked in a scrumptious curry, packed with flavors, is Jaipuri Aloo Pyaaz ki Sabzi. It is a rich potato curry from the state of Rajasthan wherein fried potatoes are cooked with onions in an onion, tomato and yogurt-based gravy. This is my husband’s recipe and no bias here, it is the best! It is not very hot, but it is too flavorful and the best part is all the flavors are so perfectly balanced. Generally, aloo pyaaz ki sabzi is served with tikkad which is a thick flatbread made using coarse whole wheat flour. My husband serves it with bejar ki roti. Bejar is a multi-grain flour made by combining whole wheat flour, gram flour, and barley flour. It is lighter than tikkads and is, therefore, teams up very well with the Jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Jaipur Aloo Pyaaz ki sabzi:

Potatoes: Potato recipes are everyone’s favorite. Baked potato or potato snacks are absolute crowd-pleasers. Likewise, this Indian potato recipe is also a winner. Fried potatoes are used for this recipe. Therefore, I like to use baby potatoes. You can quarter the regular potatoes and use it.

Onions: Uses of onions are more in this recipe and therefore we have used both the varieties of onions, white onions as well as red onions. Smaller white onions have been used as the main ingredient. If you can’t find the smaller ones, just quarter the regular white onions. For the curry, I have used red onions.

Ginger, garlic, green chilies: This trio plays an important role in this sabzi recipe.

Spices: Few whole spices along with a handful of regular powdered spices have been used.

Tomatoes and yogurt: The gravy is prepared with onions and the above trio along with tomatoes and yogurt.

Ghee / Clarified Butter: Generally heavy cream is added in this sabzi recipe. However here ghee has been used to prepare the curry and it beautifully imparts its aroma into the sabzi. Therefore, heavy cream/ malai has not been used.

Similar recipes on the blog:

A number of Rajasthani recipes are here on the blog, be it the very popular dal baati or the forgotten recipe of pitod ki sabzi. Many more recipes from the state of the Royale can be seen here.

How to serve Jaipuri Aloo Pyaaz ki Sabzi?

Serve it with bejar ki roti, chach, and onion salad.

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How to make Jaipuri Aloo Pyaaz ki Sabzi?

1.This recipe serves 5-7 persons.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

2.Heat oil for frying in a cooking pan or kadai. Add peeled and washed baby potatoes. There is no need of making cuts or poking the potatoes. If you don’t have baby potatoes, use regular ones. Peel them and cut into halves or quarters, depending upon their size.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

3.Fry the potatoes on high flame till they are golden brown. We do not plan to cook them completely at this stage. These will be cooked in the gravy.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

4.Next fry ¼ cup cubes of jamikand. Fry on high flame till golden brown.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

5.Next goes in 50 g of paneer cut into cubes. Fried till golden brown. Keep aside all the fried vegetables.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

6.In a grinder jar add 10-12 garlic cloves, 2 chopped green chilies and 1-inch ginger piece.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

7.Add little water and make a smooth paste. Keep aside for now.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

8.In a grinder jar add 2 chopped tomatoes and ¾ cup yogurt.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

9.Grind together. Keep aside.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

10.Heat ½ cup melted ghee. Please do not cut down the quantity of ghee.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

11.Next goes in the whole spices i.e. 2 bay leaves (tejpatta), 4-5 cloves (laung), 10-12 black peppercorns (sabut kali mirch) and 1-inch cinnamon stick (dalchini). Cook for a minute or so, on a low flame, till absolutely aromatic. P.S. The quantity of the ingredients in the step by step pictures is more than as mentioned because we had doubled the recipe while taking the pictures.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

12.Next goes in 2 and ½ sliced onions.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

13.At this stage also add in the salt to taste.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

14.Let the onions cook till pinkish.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

15.Now add in the ginger, chili, garlic paste. Cook for a couple of minutes or till the raw smell goes.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

16.Add in 5-6 green cardamoms (choti elaichi).

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

17.Also add 1 tsp of whole coriander seeds (sabut dhaniya).

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

18.Let it cook for 2 minutes.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

19.Next goes in the powdered spices. Add ½ tsp turmeric powder, 1 and ½ tsp red chilli powder, ½ tsp garam masala powder and 3 tsp coriander powder.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

20.Cook for 2-3 minutes.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

21.Add tomato yogurt puree to the onions.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

22.Cook on low to medium flame till the ghee oozes. This will take 15-20 minutes.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

23.Add in all the fried veggies to the curry.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

24.Cook on low flame till the potatoes are cooked. To check insert a toothpick and see.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

25.Next goes in 12-15 baby onions. Cook for 4-5 minutes.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

26. Add water as much required.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

27.Let it simmer for 5-7 minutes. Check and adjust the seasoning and consistency.

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

28.Serve hot. Bon appétit!

jaipuri aloo pyaaz ki sabzi

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