Aloo Subzi with Curds and Kasuri Methi

I was edging to do something different when I happened to check out Kamini’s Aloo Sabzi. Well I knew that’s what I was going to prepare. Never having prepared anything different with Potato other than my Potato Kurma or with Brinjal, this was something very different and a treat to the senses. Now I guess with all the hustle and bustles of other things, I never got around talking about my visit to Kamini’s house, some months back. We all planned to meet and since Kamini couldn’t make it for the first meet, she invited us home. Unfortunately, Lax and Nirmala couldn’t make it. I was feeling so bad at canceling because I knew Kamini had gone to lot of trouble preparing so much for us. Since I had already planned and made arrangement at home, I decided to just pop in and pay a quick visit. Boy that was fun because I thought I knew the place well, only to realize that the place has changed so much that I couldn’t find my way in or out. You know how it is right, you stop on the road and ask for direction, you are sure to be misled. People have a tendency to lift their left hand to say you got to turn a right. It so happened that I was directed wrongly two times, when I finally decided Kamini would be the best person to ask for. So finally I reached their place and was able to spend just about an hour or so.

But I was happy that I went because she had prepared such delicious snacks. I got to meet her hubby and sister, both were amazing people, so engaging and entertaining that I didn’t realize the time passing away. And her snacks were lip smacking, I have been waiting to see when she will post them. She had prepared Cheese Corn cutlet, Kiwi Tart and chocolate brownie and few other things she didn’t, when we confirmed we are not going to drop in. That Chocolate Brownie looked sinful, sad I couldn’t eat as it had egg. Rest were yummy. So knowing that this Potato Sabzi was tried out by her, I knew it will be good. I made few changes to suit our taste, but everybody at home loved it. Its different!

 

Aloo Subzi with Curds and Kasuri Methi

Ingredients needed

Potatoes – 4 medium
Tomatoes – 3 medium
Ginger – 1 inch
Cooking Oil – 1 tbsp
Chilli powder – 1 tsp
Coriander powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric powder a pinch
Garam masala – 1/2 tsp
Curds – 2 tbsp
Kasuri Methi – 1 tsp


Method to prepare

Boil Potatoes and peel and keep aside.

Heat oil in a kadai, add the chopped tomatoes and finely chopped ginger. Add salt so that gets mushy and till the oil comes out.

Add all the dry powders. Cook for a few more minutes.

Dice the potatoes into cubes, Add the potatoes and fry for a few minutes. Then add the curd, the kasuri methi and 1 glass water. Cover with lid and cook till its a thick gravy.

Yes this is also going to the Potato party. I am sure both the girls are cursing me by now. But what to do when dear friends are hosting something, got not to disappoint them right. Ok girls, this is the final one..enjoy!

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  1. Boil Potatoes and peel and keep aside.
  2. Heat oil in a kadai, add the chopped tomatoes and finely chopped ginger. Add salt so that gets mushy and till the oil comes out.
  3. Add all the dry powders. Cook for a few more minutes.
  4. Dice the potatoes into cubes, Add the potatoes and fry for a few minutes. Then add the curd, the kasuri methi and 1 glass water. Cover with lid and cook till its a thick gravy.

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  2. Hi,
    I have also seen recipes for aloo sabji with curds, but never tried it. Its in a delhi cookbook that I have.
    Yours looks delish.

  3. You met Kamini too. You girls are having way too much fun!!:))
    Aloo finally!:D Looks good. I am planning to make something for Sia too, it’s hard to find time but got to make it for our dearest buddy!:)

  4. u girls r having so much fun valli and i want to meet u all if i come down to chennai sometime in future:)
    and girl, bring them on… i have already said that more the merrier;) i loved all ur entries especially potato kurma u sent recently. i am planning to make that very soon. thanks a lot for another delicious entry:) the deadline is 15th march ~hint, hint~ he he he…

  5. Wow, you met Kamini too….sooo lucky you all live in the same city! I would love to meet a blogger friend 🙂 The dish is nice and very unique Valli, good one!

  6. Asha, hhaha..yeah it was fun meeting her…yes agreed..looking fwd to what you are planning to make..I am sure it will be yummy!

    Sia, sure it will be a real pleasure to meet you!..ok now that you said..i shall try to make another for you..

    satya, glad you liked it..yes absolutly in a jiffy!

    Happy cook, well I am not sure abt girls in b’lore..but we sure want too…:D

    insane scribbler, thanks for the info, will get back to you

    Kalai, good to know that! you are welcome.

    vimmi, yes this came out well…you should try it

    AnuZi, then come down to our place!..thank you will be glad to do that!

    Namratha, yes and it was fun…thank you

    Pooja, hhah..sounds great!

    Lavanya, thank you.!

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