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Monday, June 3, 2013

Chutney wale Aloo / Baby Potatoes in Green Sauce

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I love potatoes and my huby don't like a bit. So when ever I get a chance to make it for me, I make it for myself. This is the by far my favorite potato dish. I made it so many times before my blog and after that this is the first time I am making it so would love to share it with you. It is healthy because it requires very less oil. Anyways I don't use lot of oil. If you have boiled potatoes ready or frozen one then this will be done in 10 minutes.

On the other hand , Thank you so much Sowmya and Gayathri for choosing my recipe of Nargisi Kofta as a winning dish for May's WTML Event. Can't thank you enough to both of you and you all my friends who appreciate my dishes. Thank you so much.

Ingredients:

15 or so Baby potatoes boiled (I used frozen)
1 cup of yogurt
1 cup coriander leaves chopped
1 cup chopped mint leaves
3 green chilies (as per spice level)
3 cloves of garlic (optional)
1 inch piece of ginger
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 onion chopped
1 tsp coriander powder
salt to taste
1 tsp oil

Method:

Boiled and peel the potatoes.
Grind together coriander leaves, mint leaves, garlic, chilies  and ginger with the yogurt.
 
Heat oil in a pan. Add  cumin seeds and let it change the color.
Add chopped onion and sauté till it turns pink.
Add coriander powder and sauté for 2 minutes.
Now add the potatoes and ground chutney.
Add salt and simmer for about 10 minutes in low heat.
 
Add water if you need gravy otherwise let it coat that chutney to potatoes.
Serve hot with roti or rice. 






Only potatoJWsMadeWLuvMondaysHearth & Soul Hop
Pari's event and Sowmya's event
shrutisrasoi and Gayathri's page

37 comments:

  1. We both love potatoes very much. That gives me reasons to cook potatoes often but since of late I have cut down. Yet I still buy kilos of potatoes every week.

    Nice and simple flavors, something new yet something exciting, wonderfully fragranced with mint and coriander leaves.

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  2. The plate with rice and aloo looks so good and with chutney I must try this.

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  3. congrats on your awards dear...this is really an interesting and healthy recipe..wish to try this:)

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  4. congrats and aloo curry is totally irresistible

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  5. Super dear, I love baby potatoes and I am gonna try this...

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  6. Congrats for ur awards...looks very delicious...

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  7. Mouthwatering chatpata dish...Please participate @ http://accessiblediary.blogspot.in/2013/05/know-your-dairy-event-announcement.html

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  8. Congrats... a drool worthy dish...

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  9. Tempting.. and potatoes.. if served like this, who can no!! ;)

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  10. Very tempting and well presented chutney wale aloo. Lipsmacking good.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/06/karela-subzi-stir-fried-bitter-gourd.html

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  11. Congrats on winning the awards..
    Potato gravy looks super delicious..

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  12. Congrats Linsy :)
    Potatoes look yummy !!! Thanks for linking it to both my events :)

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  13. This is such an exciting recipe, as always I have never heard off. It looks so rich and yum!!
    Thanks for sharing such an awesome recipe, Linsy! Really appreciate it.
    And not to forget, congratulations on winning the event for your Nargisi Kofta! Well deserved.

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  14. omy..looks very appetizing, looks extremely good dear, thanks for dropping by my space

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  15. Classic :) looks sooooo yummyyyy.....Please pass some to me :)
    www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

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  16. Looks lovely with the goodness of mint and coriander leaves

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  17. I love chutney wale aloo, so very delicious!! Yummmmm. I wish I could have a plate right now :D

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  18. these cute little potatoes are really delicious!!!! I never could make a good aloor dum.. i u=yet to master that..

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  19. congrats.. and yummy looking potato

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  20. congrats and this potato dish looks soooo yummy!!! can imagine how much aromatic and flavorful this aloo would have been... Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

    Sowmya
    Event - Authentic Indian Sweets w giveaway
    Event - FR - Eggless Baking - Sweet/Savory
    Event - Kid's delight - Sweet Treats
    Event - Crazy for Potatoes
    Event - CWS - Urad Dal

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  21. Naam sunke hi muh mein paani aa gaya!!! Love it

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  22. Lovely and mouthwatering Linsy.. I make it in somewhat similar way dear :-)

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  23. This looks sooo tasty Linsy, I am sure going to try it...

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  24. Lovely this is just passionate recipe... Never tried in this way... I have baby potato and I will make it definitely... Thanks for sharing linsy...

    Thanks for linking too...

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  25. Delicious chutney wale aloo, Linsy, Love it. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop.

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  26. I have never tried potatoes like this before, but this certainly would help liven up any bland potato!

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  27. lovely:) i ha forgotten this recipe completely. thanks for posting will make it soon now

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  28. Mint, ginger, and chilies is a wonderful flavor combo. Thanks for sharing on Hearth & Soul Hop. :)

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  29. I just made this it's yumm. Just tht the potatoes need salt separately I felt. Relished with my better half.

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  30. I usually make it only when I don't have anything else to cook!!! But this comes to be the most delicious dish ever... I love aloo n that too with chutney... Aaah!!! 'M drooling....

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  31. this looks yummy Linsy...droolworthy indeed

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  32. yummy and delicious dish dear.....

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