Simple Potato Stir Fry/ Chatpate Aloo ki Sabzi


This is simple potato stir fry recipe i learned from my Mom but it still tastes more delicious when she makes it for me:)...She use to make this stir fry alongwith with pooris for long trips or picnics..This is great recipe for kids lunch box too you can roll it in a tortilla or make a sandwich too


Ingredients;-

Potato:- 4 medium size
Oil:- 5-6 Tbsp
Jeera/Cumin seeds:- 1 Tsp
Mustard Seeds:- 1/2 Tsp
Ajwain/Carom Seeds:- 1/2 Tsp
Salt
Turemeric Powder;-1/2 Tsp
Red Chilli Powder;-1/2 Tsp
Garam Masala Powder:-1/2 Tsp
Kasoori Methi Powder:-1/2 Tsp
Aamchoor/Dry Mango Powder:-1/2 Tsp

Procedure:-

1) Boil and Cut the potatoes in small pieces
2) Heat the oil in a pan ( Use non stick pan if you have) on a medium heat.
3) After the oil is hot add Jeera, ajwain and mustard.
4) Now add Salt, turmeric,red chilli powder & potatoes and mix it well..
5) Keep stirring the potatoes often if you are not using the non stick pan otherwise it will stick to the bottom of the pan
6) Cook it uncovered in a pan for couple of minutes
7) Now add Garam masala, Methi powder & amchoor powder.

Serve hot or at room temperature with roti , Curd and pickle on side





39 comments:

J said...

Simply delicious..

Swathi said...

Aloo ki sabzi looks yummy, preety

Padma said...

Simple and delicious.

Priya said...

My favourite, feel like having some rite now..

Rachana Kothari said...

Who would say no to this delicious stir fry :) Yummm!

Gita Jaishankar said...

Nice aloo preparation Preety...simple and delicious :)

PranisKitchen said...

really delicious ..very simple one.nice pic too

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Simple yet very tasty. I wanna have this with hot pooris :-)

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Aruna Manikandan said...

Simple,delicous fry dear..
Nice tempting clicks:-)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

very yummy aloo. My mom makes it with pooris too...

sowmya's creative saga said...

looks really chatpata and mouth watering...

M D said...

Hey Preety, ur Chatpate Aloo has already left my mouth watering! Nice click. Simple and easy stir fry, need to try some time. :)

Sushma Mallya said...

Simple & delicious, would be just perfect with puri

Anncoo said...

Looks so good and delicious!

simply.food said...

Potato fry looks delicious I often use it in toasted sandwiches for lunch boxes or picnics.Nice click too.

Anu said...

My all time fav.. Simple and yummy..

I'm a Home Chef !!! said...

lovely recipe...my all time favorite

Ms.Chitchat said...

Very delcious and tasty sabji.Click is very tempting.

Babli said...

Very simple and easy to prepare. Looks tempting.

Valarmathi said...

Simple and yummy looking potato fry.

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Simple yet tasty fry, thanks for sharing dear...

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

wow...declicious strir fry with potatoes..all time fav...great for lunch boxes...

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Soma Pradhan said...

aah....Mom alu bhaji and puri..even we had this for long train journey...my absolute fav..miss her food so much

Asha said...

Great to be back Preety. Nice looking and crispy aloo dish, sounds great with chapatis. Must try!:)

Gulmohar said...

Love this kind of simple fries...as you said,if your mom makes it,it'll taste even more delicious

Mediterranean Turkish Cook said...

Looks very yummy!

baby cribs said...

This is a very pretty potato dish! I missed potatoes a lot!

Panchpakwan said...

This is the best combo..I loved it.

Uma said...

Hi Preety,
I always look for new potato recipes.. this is too tempting..
i loved achari paneer among ur recent posts.
Cheers,

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simple but looks delicious they must have a great taste..

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simple but delicious, they must have a great taste..

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Nithu said...

Seeing a lot of potato recipe in blog's today. Love crispy potatoes. Yours looks sooo perfect.

Parita said...

Yummy delicious aloo :)

Nirvana said...

Goodness this looks amazing! I will try and make it tomorrow for the hubby :) Thanks for sharing!!!

Sarah Naveen said...

Simple and delicious..yummy yumm

Rina said...

Wow !! luv these potatoes in this style..thanx for this..will surely give it a go..

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Loved the pic dear! Truly tempting...WOW! ;)

AdukalaVishesham said...

yesterday we had this at our friend's place.. her mom made it.. simple recipe but a tasty one..

Ashish Bagrodia said...

17th March 2017

To,
Preety’s Kitchen,

Respected Preety ji,

Couple of days back I saw the recipe on train wale aloo and I got it makes seriously only some few days and it exactly turned out to exactly what I remember from my child hood.

I am from Rajasthan being a Marwari we used to travel a lot when we younger by train then everybody started using flight. However these train wale aloo with poories are still there in my memory.

Unfortunately our grandmothers and our older aunts ad earlier cooks are all gone so these recipes also seem to be gone forever.

Marwaris were making different types of aloo just like the simple aloo tamatar ki sabji without onion garlic or even aloo petha ki sabji with bedmi puri and their use to bedmi puris or there use to be one aloo ke sabji with yellow kind of gravy which had no tomatoes no onion no garlic and I don’t thing is similar to Mathura wale aloo which is very popular on the internet I think slightly different.

I have been searching for lost recipes including the typical Rajasthani bharwan parwal as well as Marwari dum aloo which is normally without onion garlic and there is no dahi also in fact. Anyway I shall keep corresponding with you in the meanwhile I would like to thank you for this great recipe which I think otherwise what I have got lost as I don’t think many families n able to conserve these traditional recipes.

Best wishes warm regards,
Ashish Bagrodia
Bombay

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