Aloo Sabzi Recipe is an all-time favourite basic sabzi recipe made with diced potatoes and is a simple recipe made with basic ingredients available at home. It goes well with flatbreads such as Indian roti or chapati and poori too tastes good with the curry.
Also check out other sabzi or veg recipes on the blog are aloo palak , aloo paratha .
How to make the sabzi?
Here, I have sauteed onions in the beginning and cooked the onions in dry spices which is the basic method but it can also be made in different methods by adding different masalas or just adding tomatoes to make a gravy kind.
This curry is liked by every Indian and this recipe goes well mainly with soft chapathi, phulka, paratha or rice. Potatoes are used most of the time to make various curries and this vegetable is liked by kids too.
Aloo is great vegetable to make recipes for kids and pack them for school lunch boxes. This basic sabzi recipe with aloo is good to be eaten with roti and can be packed as lunch box special dishes.
Aloo recipes made in south india and north india are slightly different. In south india some basic veg curries are made using curry leaves and mustard seeds in the tempering and the south indian methods too give an awesome taste.
Aloo is an ingredient which can be used to make various kinds of aloo recipes and I would like to keep on sharing recipes on this wonderful aloo and delight my blog readers with its uniqueness..
Aloo recipes can be made in various ways to be eaten with chapathis like aloo fry, aloo dry sabzi, aloo tamatar sabzi which are quick to make and tasty while eating...
Below are the recipe details on how to make simple aloo recipe with detailed steps...
Aloo Sabzi Recipe For Chapati, Aloo Ki Sabzi
- 4-5 medium size potatoes diced
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 3 medium size onions finely sliced
- 3-4 slit green chillies
- salt - to taste
- 1 teaspoon red chilli powder
- ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder
- 1 teaspoon ginger garlic paste
- 1 tablespoon freshly chopped coriander leaves
- 1 tablespoon fresh fenugreek leaves methi leaves
- Firstly, in a pressure cooker or cooking vessel, add oil and heat it.
- Add sliced onions and slit green chillies into it and saute for few minutes, cook until onions get soft(not brown).
- Add salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, ginger garlic paste, mix and saute for few seconds.
- Add diced potatoes, mix and cook for about two minutes.
- Add about a cup of water, add chopped coriander leaves and methi leaves into it and mix well.
- Cook until aloo is cooked well or pressure cook for about 3 whistles.
- Reduce the steam and check if aloo is done.
- If there is any water content remaining, cook for about a minute by keeping the lid uncovered.
- Serve aloo sabzi with chapati!!!
can we skip garlic paste
You can definitely skip ginger garlic paste if you do not wish to add those flavors...