Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Aloo Dill(Suva) Palya



This is one of the recipes which can be prepared if you don’t have any plans, or say, you came home after a hectic day and don’t feel like cooking something that’s take a lot of time. This recipe is also best for bachelors who are not inspired to spend more time in the kitchen.

If you have the potatoes, boiled, peeled and diced and the dill leaves, cleaned, washed and chopped, this curry can be put together in no time. It goes very well with both rotis and rice, whereas potato is called “The King of vegetables”. It is so versatile that there are thousands of recipes that can be prepared with potatoes.

It is a very simple dish yet delicious and goes well with rice and rotis. It is sometimes made even simpler with just cumin seeds and chillis without much spices with a pale yellow look. You can drizzle some lemon juice and have it (as a starter) with some sliced onions it tastes heavenly!!!



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Prep  time
Cooking time
Serves
10 mins
15 mins
3 persons

Recipe type:  Poriyal  varieties

Cuisine:  Karnataka cuisine

Ingredients
  • Potatoes  chopped -2 cups
  • Dill leaves -1/2 cup
  • Oil -2 tbsp.
  • Fennel seeds -1 tsp
  • Onions -1 no
  • Crushed garlic and ginger -1 tsp
  • Hing -pinch
  • Turmeric powder -1/4 tsp
  • Red chili powder -1 tsp
  • Salt – to taste

Method
1. Heat some oil, add the fennel seeds, when it starts sizzling, add the chopped onions and garlic and sauté till the garlic turns golden and gives a nice smell. 
2. To this add turmeric powder , chili powder and sauté them for few seconds till masalas blend.
3. Now add boiled potatoes, dill and salt to taste and cook them adding ¼ glass of water covered in a medium flame till all the water is absorbed. 
4. Mix well and cook till potatoes are cooked completely. 
5. Once done, remove and serve it warm with rotis. 
Serving suggestions
Serve with roti or paratha or as a side dish with your dal-chawal.
 Notes
Keep stirring then and there or the potatoes might get burnt or stick to the bottom of the pan.

2 comments:

  1. This looks so delicious! The color on the potatoes is perfect... pinning this up to try!

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