Thursday, February 26, 2015

Methi Dum Aaloo

After a long long day I am here with you all. Its a hectic time schedule for me, I am getting busy and busy. Not getting a single time for me . Still finding little more things , its all about cooking to share with you . A routine lifestyle is following nowadays as my son is growing up , Its my responsibility to cooperate with him all the time. As I think above all Mother has a great responsibility for her children. Taking care of him, teaching for him and explaining for him, answering for him I think its a big duty for every mother. So becoming a busy mom with your child is a great job rather than doing a job in an office. Anyways could you think that nowadays I am not cooking any more!! Never not like that Cooking is part of my Life and Blogging is my art of my Life. So whatever I cook I have taken photo of this food and keep it in a folder with care and love. Now this is the time to share with you my passion of cooking again. Hope you will enjoy it .

Today sharing one top most hit recipe of Dum aaloo. I think various kind of dum aaloo recipe you have tasted ever, but if you have not tried Methi dum aaloo recipe with plain paratha. So lets try this one. It is actually very easy and quick , mouth watering recipe. Simplest with its ingredients. So lets check out this recipe.

Methi Dum Aaloo


Recipe By : Nabanita Das
Preparation Time : 30 mins.
Cooking Time : 10 mins.
Serves : 4

Ingredients :

1 kg Small potatoes (Boiled and peeled)
2 Medium Onion.
1 Big Tomato.
2 inch ginger.
5-6 cloves garlic pods.
2 tbsp Tamarind juice.
1 handful dried fenugreek leaves
2 tsp Coriander powder.
1 tsp Cumin powder.
1 tsp turmeric powder.
1/2 tsp red chili powder.
6-7 Fenugreek seeds
5 tbsp oil
Salt to taste

How to Cook :

  • Blanch onion,tomato,garlic and ginger and make a paste of it.
  • Marinate boiled potato with this paste, tamarind juice , dried fenugreek leaves and all other dry spices for 15 mins.
  • Heat oil in a kadai. Add fenugreek seeds to it. 
  • Add marinated potatoes and cook until ready .
  • Add salt to taste.
  • Add little warm water if needed.
  • Serve immediately with plain paratha or poori. 



4 comments:

Vimitha Anand said...

Flavorful dish dear

Amrita Roy said...

nice to see you after a long time...recipe is yummy

minnie@thelady8home said...

This is one of my fav food. Goes so well with both rice and chapati.

Nabanita Das said...

Thanks to Vimitha, Amrita and Minni... nice to hear from you again...

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