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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Punjabi Aloo Jeera / Punjabi Jeera Aloo

 
   From this month Radhika's Very popular Blog Hop Wednesday entering in to the new version with simple rules and to a monthly event. Its really nice to meet more people and to know about their cooking styles and attitudes was interesting and we the blog hoppers really enjoying it. As of this month's schedule I am paired with Riddhima of Culinary Vibes. She was introduced to me thru this event only. She is new to this wonderful blogging world and shaping here blog with her style of yummy recipes. For Blog hop i tried her Punjabi Tadka - Aloo Jeera(dhaba style), as potatoes are our fav i couldn't skip this recipe and also its loaded with full n full of flavor. We loved it a lot, But i used oil, where as the traditional recipe is with ghee/butter. Now to the recipe..


Ingredients
  1. Potato/aloo    6 medium sized (i used red potatoes)
  2. Green chili    2 no.s (finely chopped)
  3. Cilantro   2 tbsp(finely chopped)
  4. Red chili powder    1/2 tsp
  5. Coriander powder    1 and 1/2 tbsp
  6. Cumin powder    1 and 1/2 tbsp
  7. turmeric powder   a generous pinch
  8. Garam masala powder   1/4 tsp
  9. Amchur powder    1/4 tsp
  10. Salt   to taste
  11. Oil   1 tbsp
  12. Cumin seeds   1/2 tsp

Method
  • Parboil the potatoes and peel the skin,cut in to bite size pieces and keep ready.
  • Heat oil in pan, add cumin seeds and green chilies, wait till it splutter and add red chili, cmuin, coriander powder and let it sizzle and fry lightly.(take care not to burn them)

  • After that add par boiled n cut potato pieces n turmeric powder and enough salt, stir fry the potatoes with the masala until it coats well.
  • Cook covered for 2-3 minutes n keep stirring for every one minute.
  • Then add garam masala powder and amchur powder and mix well and roast the potatoes well.
  • Lastly add some cilantro and give a nice stir.
  • That's it...spicy and flavorful Aloo Jeera is ready. Enjoy Hot with rotis/Parathas.

Notes:
Instead of store bough cumin powder, you can dry roast about 2 tbsp cumin seeds, powder it and add it to the recipe for more flavorful potatoes.
If u don't have amchur powder, lastly add 1/2 tsp of fresh lemon juice .

Sending this to Blog Hop Wednesday , Check out Here to see more such yummy delights for this month's blog hop.


51 comments:

  1. This is my go to recipe on a busy day,but I make it a bit different.The pictures look awesome.

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  2. wow , its looking yummy, love to have with rasam rice :)

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  3. Beautiful looking aloo curry.

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  4. ALoo is our fav too and this recipe is full of flavors...yum...

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  5. Simple and yet very different!

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  6. Wow..Aloo Jeera luks yum sangeetha..Will be tasty with our rasam satham..mouth wateree..mmmm :)

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  7. superb inviting and delicious curry !!

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  8. wow.. potatoes look fabulous... nice texture... will surely give this a try :)

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  9. Delicious and mouthwatering ! This is how i feel by looking at the pics of aloo jeera.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. Simple and easy to prepare looks so delicious,like the vibrant color...wonderful presentation and clicks...

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  11. looks extremely yummy...

    Regards,
    Manju

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  12. Mouth watering .... The very look at the pics make you hungry. Craving for this with a nice buttered roti now :)

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  13. Love anything with aloo...and these looks so good...bookmarking this!

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  14. Really Yummy recipe..Would love to give it a try…Thank you so much for posting this..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  15. Simple and spicy,my all time favourite..looking very tempting

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  16. Jeera and aloo is a wonderful combo and lovely clicks and hey whatever happened to the pav bhaji which was supposed to come up as next.

    Tickling Palates
    Event : Let’s Cook - Rice

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  17. This is like a must try for potato lovers... bookmarked.. Your pictures look so delicious!

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  18. Mmmm...Potatoes are a favorite at our home too...Love this version...Beautiful clicks.

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  19. Comfort food! Who will say no to aloo!

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  20. tempting n delicious spicy curry...

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  21. Spicy & so yummmm!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. Punjabi aloo makes me drool, look at the colour of the dish,just loving it.

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  23. Simple and would make a nice lunch box recipe. Will try it soon

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  24. Simple and would make a nice lunch box recipe. Will try it soon

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  25. Very flavorful aloo recipe. Lovely side dish...

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  26. sooperb! Jeera aaloo is my favorite! konjam chapati photo-va potaa apdiye saaptu poyiduven! :D

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    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)

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  27. You have an award at my space ,please collect it dear:-))
    Erivum Puliyum

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  28. Simple and delicious . Excellent. I HAve an award for you at my blog. PLease collect it dear.

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  29. wowww looks super,bookmarked it!!

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  30. awesome clicks and yummy recipe

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  31. hai, i tried this recipe.my little one loves with rasam rice very muh..thx u for sharing this recipe sangee.soon post it!!

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  32. OMG my favorite jeera aloo, ahhh look so goodddddd :))

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  33. Thanks everyone for your lovely words,i can say that this recipes is "a must Try" to all potato/aloo lovers' :)
    @ Radhika, the entire picture folder with all step wise photos were deleted by my naughty boys :( happy that u watching my "Coming up next" widgets :))
    @ Menaga, thanks for trying the recipe and for your feedback- all credit goes to Ridhdhima n Radhika only, because of them i got this wonderful recipe Here!!

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  34. wow, this looks awesome Sangee, so tempting and delicious..hey, hope u saw my mail :)

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  35. wow, beautiful pic! love that slightly roasted golden colour on ur potato. i love potato & this one is going to be the next thing i cook! :)

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  36. Wow Sangeeta... looks yummy.. thanks for trying it and liking it :)

    I tried Mozeralla Muffins and they turned out amazing.. but unfortunately I met with an accident and owing to bed-rest I couldnt blog the recipe.. Have mailed Radhika to check if I could do the same now.

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  37. spicy recipe :) looks comforting..

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  38. mmmmmm nice clicks...............yummyyy yummmyyy aloooooooo jeeeeerra tanq.........

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  39. woww.. looks superb..
    you have a beautiful space here.. glad to follow you :)

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  40. Your Jeera ALoo look so good! I have posted a link to your recipe under my own recipe for Jeera Alu, do take a look when you have a chance:
    https://cook2jhoom.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/happy-new-year-cookbook-update-and-delicious-jeera-alu/
    I have also recently published a book on healthy Indian food.
    Best wishes,
    Cheeku bhasin

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    1. Thank U so much for sharing my recipe on your space...yours also looks gr8!!

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