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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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       I wanted to try Dum Aloo recipe for so long,but never happened. Each time when I buy small potato,I end up in making other small potato recipes like small potato curry or small potato biryani. Even Priti always complains I never try any recipes reminded that I wanted to try this recipe of hers. So,yesterday I tried her recipe for dinner as side dish for roti. My hubby just loved it a lot,he is not a big fan of paneer,so it was quite a welcome change for him from the usual paneer side dishes I make.

Ingredients

Small potatoes 20
Onion 1
Tomato 1-2
Curd 1/2 cup
Red chilli powder 2 tsp
Coriander powder 1 tsp
Garam masala powder 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/8 tsp
Ginger garlic paste  2 tsp
Coriander leaves,chopped 3 tblsp
Lemon juice from 1/2 of a lemon
Salt as needed
Oil 1 tblsp
To roast & grind
Onion 1
Black cardamom 1
Cloves 2
jeera 1 tsp
fennel 1 tsp
Cashews 10
To temper
Oil 1 tblsp
Cinnamon 1 piece
Bay leaf 1
Red chillies 2

Aloo-dum

Method:

  1. Pressure cook potatoes for 2 whistles and peel the skin,prick it here and there with fork.Heat a pan with oil and roast the potatoes until golden.Make sure you keep it turning in between to ensure even browning.
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  3. In the same pan,fry cardamom,cloves,fennel,jeera,cashews and onion. Grind it with little water to smooth paste.
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  5. Heat oil and temper with the items under ‘To temper’ table. Add finely chopped onion and fry till transparent.Add ginger garlic paste and the ground paste and fry for 2 minutes in medium flame.
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  7. Add chopped tomatoes,salt and fry till mushy. Add chilli powder,turmeric,coriander and garam masala powders.
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  9. Fry  in medium flame,till the oil separates from masala . Add curd little by little, frying for each time for 1/2 minute.
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  11. Add the roasted potatoes and add water(1 & 3/4 cups),bring to boil.
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  13. Simmer for 5 minutes and garnish with lemon juice and coriander leaves,after switching off the flame.
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We had it with roti,but this goes well with any mild pulao.

Dum-aloo

Notes:
  • You can deep fry the potatoes.
  • As I don’t like curd much in gravies,I reduced to half as the original recipe and added lemon juice.

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62 comments:

  1. dum aloo....yummm aloo...my favorite...u tempted me to prepare this....;)

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  2. I never complained to you that you don't try things from my blog but rather you always say you want to try the dum aloo from my blog and you don't do it for ages now ..and I keep reminding you that :p ...so your statement is wrong ;) It looks yum inbtw

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  3. looks delicious..made this last weekend posted in my blog..love your presentation..

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  4. such a flavourful version and cute presentation too. Even i wanted to try ur baby potato rice for a long time:)

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  5. Love the presentation Raji. i too don't like curd in the gravies. Been postponing like you for a long time now. Will try out yours though.

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  6. I love dum aloo...and these days I m liking my dum aloo chutney waala more and making it more often than d regular dum aloo...chk out my space for it if u rinterested..:)
    Nice n rich gravy..looks yummy

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  7. my mil makes a completely different version! the colour itself is different aana nalla vandhirukku raji :)

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  8. dum aloo looks spicy and delicious dear...
    I made this weekend and yet to be drafted, Ur version looks different, will try this way soon:)

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  9. Alu/ Potatoes are one thing I can never get tired of. The alu dum looks delicious.

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  10. Looks rich and delicious.. amazing clicks !

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  11. Yummm .. I made it recently a week ago .. love the bowls too :)

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  12. I love it--definitely bookmarked.Love the golden Brown colour!

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  13. Dum Aloos are looking so inviting..they make a tasty treat with parathas.

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  14. Aloo dum is a yum. You rock as ever and perfect recipe

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  15. Amazing dear!!love the Dum aloo at first sight..Like the step by step presentation..

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  16. Iam gr8 fan of Dum Aloo Raji,wanted to try it for long time.Wonderful recipe.btwn Bowls are very nice later tell me wer u bought this:)

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  17. This version is different..looks super yumm, I need just rotis to finish off this bowl :)

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  18. yummy...perfect with chapthi! nice click!

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  19. Delicious aloo dum, love anytime those pretty looking baby potatoes as anything, delectable and droolworthy dish for the sure..

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  20. Tasty looking aloo dum, beautiful texture and color.Clicks are good as usual.

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  21. I just cant get enough of these awesome clicks of delicious dum aloo!! I have to try this out real soon!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. Dum Aloo looks v nice Raji loved ur version of recipe too :)

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  23. Wow the dum aloo is very yummy.The clicks r very nice.Curry makes me drooling.

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  24. Creamy and rich,drool worthy curry..loved your version dear.

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  25. Best ricipe for me today. You have inspired me to get up and try out your recipe tomorrow.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  26. I love dum aloo...n this looks tempting n Mouthwatering...

    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  27. Looks rich n creamy ...will mark it

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  28. Yum, looks great. Those step by step pics, make them even more tempting :)

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  29. The Dumo Aloo looks divine! Love all your photos too. Did I tell you I tried your Tomato dosai and ofcourse your famous Pudina Onion Pakoda?? They came out so good.

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  30. Looks very Nice..sure will make it soon!!!Mouth watering dear :)

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  31. Super yummy recipe.Bookmarked.

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  32. yummy..........drooling over this........

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  33. I'm a potato person (well, who isn't?) and those baby potatoes in the spicy gravy is tempting my taste buds....!

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  34. Looks so yum and inviting... Perfect side dish for rotis...

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  36. Dum aloo is always a hit!!...love baby potatoes....very tempting dish!

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  37. Dum aloo looks awesome..Presentation is very good ..Keep it up.:)
    Saranya
    http://foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  38. Dum aloo looks awesome perfect.

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  39. Love the way you made...very inviting and tempting

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  40. looks gorgeous ...such a nice color..very tempting..

    Tasty Appetite
    Event: Letz Relishh Ice Creams

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  41. looks delicious .... and glad to follow u .... lovely pictures ........

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  42. wow..that looks amazing and tempting...yum yum

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  43. What a coincidence !!! I also make the same way except I add coconut paste too...Looks incredibly Sooper...

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  44. Dum aloo is looking really tempting...nice click

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  45. Yum yum yummy dum aloo and awesome clicks...
    Kurinjikathambam

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  46. Drooling over pics!!! mouth-watering recipe!!!

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  47. Beautiful recipe and presentation:) .. very heartwarming..
    Reva

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  48. mouthwatering, lip-smacking and smashing good dum aloo!I am in a pool of drool :)

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  49. cannot take my eyes off the picture:) I am sure it tastes great. I liked the picture in the process where the pulpy tomatoes and the masala are saute'ed and the just blend without a hint of tomato being added!

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  50. Looks so thick and creamy! love it!

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  52. very delicious raji looks yumm....awesome pics as usual :))))

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  53. They are just delicious... We are big potato loveers... for us its bingo!!!!
    Nice clicks :)

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  54. Oh my, look at this gorgeous dish.

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  55. Yummy Dum Aloo, loved your step by step explanation...mouth watering!!

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  56. I tried it today, and it was just yummy :)
    Keep it up... I always check your blog first for any recipe!

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  57. I tried it today with dosa it was too gud ,just loved it. my hubby also liked it very much...........

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  58. I tried it today with dosa it was too gud

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  59. Hey Raks, tried this out from your blog and it was delicious!
    http://hariniscorner.blogspot.com/2011/09/dum-aloo-kashmiri.html

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  60. Yummy & Delicious.. Thank you for your FLAVOURable recipe.. ;-)

    Cheers.. :-)

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  61. thanks a lot for this wonderful mouthwatering recipe Raji!! Ive been hunting for this for quite some time....... actually checked your blog today and instantly made it and came out awesome.......just waiting for my hubby and kid to taste and comment.

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  62. Tried Dum Aloo...came out well.was good to have with Aapam

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