Sliced potatoes cooked with spices making a spicy and delectable side dish, is sookhe aloo. There must be some 9, 48,393 recipes for sookhe aloo. Even I make dry potatoes in a number of ways, depending on what I plan to serve it with, what kind of aloo ki sabzi we want to have, whether I have boiled potatoes or not?? This recipe comes to my rescue in the last scenario, i.e. when I don’t have boiled potatoes handy. Also, I love to make this sookhe aloo for a Sunday brunch with simple parathas and chilled yogurt.
This is my Mom’s recipe. My daughter loves it. And howsoever I try, Amy is always like, they are not as good as Nani’s :). So right now, when I am at my mother’s place, I asked her to make this and have penned down and photographed everything. Yes, she makes it differently… Amy was correct!
Potatoes: As mentioned I have used raw potatoes to make this dish. I like to cut the potatoes in slices. You can also cut them into cubes.
Oil: With certain vegetables such as potatoes, lady finger you can’t cut down the quantity of oil much.
Spices: Very basic spices i.e. coriander powder, red chili powder, dry mango (amchur) powder, black pepper powder have been used.
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Jeera aloo, the best jeera aloo recipe, yes… do give it a try. Another appealing recipe using potatoes is the baby potato fry. At a particular time during the year very small potatoes are available. These potatoes are used with the peel. Here is a recipe for chilke wale aloo. Do try it will dal and rice.
PREP TIME 10 minutes
COOK TIME 20 minutes
TOTAL TIME 30 minutes
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