Tuesday, September 16, 2008

JOTHPUR ALOO CURRY

Ingredients:
Potatoes small-250gms
Onions-2nos
Green chillies-2tsp
Turmeric-1/2tsp
Curd-1cup
Coconut paste-1cup
Coriander Pwd-1tsp
Red chilli Pwd-1tsp
Jeera Pwd-1tsp
Curry leaves
Coriander leaves
Cloves-2
Cinnamon-1inch
Cardamon-2
Oil-4tbsp
Salt To Taste
Preparation:
1.First clean and pressure cook potatoes for 3whistle.
2.Mean while chop onions,green chillies into finelly.
3.Then grind cloves,cinnamon and cardamon into powder and keep aside.
4.Once the cooker cools,remove the potatoes from it.
5.Then remove the outer skin of it and keep aside.
6.Heat a pan with oil,add onions,green chillies and fry them till onion changes colour.
7.Then add coconut paste and fry for 2mints,add turmeric,salt,redchilli pwd and curd.
8.Mix them well then add potatoes and required water and allow to cook for 2mints.
9.Add coriander and jeera powder.Mix well and close it with lid ,cook for 5mints on simmer.
10.Finelly add grinded powder of cloves,cinnamon,cardamon and mix well.
11.Finelly garnish with coriander leaves.
12.Serve the spicy Jothpur Aloo curry with roti/rice.

12 comments:

jayasree said...

Aloo curry looks delicious... Gravy looks very creamy.

G.Pavani said...

Thank u jayasree for ur quick comment

srikars kitchen said...

well to be frank this would be the best i have seen in aloo currys. i love the dum aloo but now i am gonna try this.great one.

easycrafts said...

Lovely colour...tempting

ANJALI J. said...

now this is a different one.. sounds interesting..

Divya said...

That looks too good to pass up.
Nice pic

G.Pavani said...

Thank u very much sripriya for ur support and ur sweet words.i really mean ur words..once again thanku yaar

G.Pavani said...

Thank u very much easycrafts for such nice comment

G.Pavani said...

anjali.j,thank u yaar for ur lovely comments

G.Pavani said...

Thank u dear divyafor ur comments

Madhuram said...

Yes, like everybody has mentioned this one is definitely a different and interesting way to prepare aloo curry. Bet it would be superb with chapathis.

G.Pavani said...

thank u madhuram for ur lovely comments