Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Aloo-Methi Curry

250gm Methi (fenugreek),
2-cup boiled Aloo (potatoes),
1-cup chopped onion,
2-tbsp chilli powder,
1-tbsp turmeric powder,
1\2-tbsp amchur powder,
1-tbsp cumin seeds,
2-tbsp oil,
Salt to taste.

Step 1: Cut fenugreek leaves and wash it gently.
Step 2: Heat the oil in law flame and add cumin seeds.

Step 3: Then add chopped onion and cook until golden brown.

Step 4: After that add boiled chopped potatoes in it.

Step 5: Then add all remaining masala in it amd mix well.

Step 6: Last add fenugreek leaves and stirring continuously.
Step 7: Decorate with tomato slices.
Step 8: Serve hot with roti and curd.


Paddukoti said...

hi kajal!!
my first time here and its really nice to see u'r simple and tasty recipes.
I love alu-methi with my rotis!!
the best combo!!!
u'r look too nice!!

Kajal said...

Hi Paddukoti,
Well come to my blog.
I am glad to see your comment.
Thanks for your lovely words.
Good day.))))))))

trupti said...

aa shaak dahi saathe vadhare saras lage....! yours looks great, thanks for your recipe.


Asha said...

YUM!! I love Aloo-Methi.Step by step photos are fabulous.Thanks Kajal!:)

Aahaar Vihaar said...

Hi Kajal,
Thanks for checking my blog. Wow!!! the photographs of each step, that's a lovely idea and easy for the reader to grasp the recipe. Alu methi and your presentation of it is fabulous.

Richa said...

alu-methi, maney bau bhave che, hu normally onion sathey lasan bhi nakhu.
maney ek dabbo bhariney mokli dae?
thanks for the great pics

Kajal said...

Hi Trupti,
Mane tu gujarati ma lakhhe chhe te saru lage chhe.......
Tu maja ma chhe ne, ane tara bane chokara shu kare chhe?
Dahi and chhasha vagr to gujarati ne chhale nahi.
Thanks for your lovely words.


Kajal said...

Hi Asha,
I love your words written from your hand.
Thanks Asha.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Aahaar Vihaar,
Thanks for your nice words.
I like your comment and every blog buddies is say as you say.
Keep in touch.:)))))))

Kajal said...

Hi Richa,
I send it to you, you not receive it................
We also use onion with garlic in this recipe.

Thanks for sharing.:)))))))))))))))

Sia's Corner said...

another aloo recipe from u? :) my god!!! u have so many aloo recipes and i love each and every one of them. by the way ur tomato ketchup looks so bright n red. just like the one my ma makes. beautiful kajal... u r doing a gr8 job here.

Vinita said...

Hi kajal,
your blog is a visual treat.. such beautiful pics.. stunning..You make every simple dish look gourmet.very very nice job. please if you can post some pictures of your kitchen and how you have organized it and what sort of indian utensils you have.. just to give us an idea.

Kajal said...

Hi Sia’s corner,
Aloo........like every one in our family.
Without aloo and onion our day is not complete.

Thanks for appreciating me.

Bye. Take care!

Kajal said...

Hi Vinita,
Thanks for your lovely words.
My kitchen is very simple.
But my mom organized it best with her most beautiful hands.
In my kitchen, one side frizz and other side platform. 4 windows are open in side of platform. Opposite side of platform we have dinning table. Where we site and enjoy our lunch, dinner, breakfast..............
I will try to take photo.
Really you are very enthusiastic.
Thanks for sharing.........

Anonymous said...

Hi Kajal,

Visiting your blog for the first time, tame to khub saaraa kalaakaar chho. Appne maari ghani subhkaamnaao.


musical said...

Aloo methi is such a classic-and lovely pictures, Kajal.

Kajal said...

Hi Samir,
Well come to my blog and thanks for comment.
This is my hobby. Some time I spend too much time for that.
Tamari subhkaamnaao badal abhar.

Kajal said...

Hi Musical,
Every time when I see your comment my mind is thinking about my favorite music.
Thanks for nice words.
Take care.:)

nasrin said...

I am Nasrin I visited ur blog today and i love it
All ur recipes are tempting me to eat and i am sure i ll try ur recipes
I also like ur paintings and hand works i like to keep in touch with u