Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Dum Aloo Recipe / Punjabi Dum Aloo

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Dum Aloo:
Dum Aloo is a favored Indian curry recipe. It is a truly awesome vegeatarian potato dish.
Dum Aloo can be literally translated into pressure (Dum) cooked potatoes (Aloo). This rich spicy gravy is an excellent side dish with puris, chapattis or parathas. This is traditional kashmiri delicacy in a rich spicy gracy. In this cooking method, the food is cooked under pressure on its own juices.
Here is the simple Dum Aloo recipe for you to enjoy…:)
Ingredients:
·Potato                               - 200 g
·Tomato                             - 1
·Onion                                - 2
·Green chilly                       - 2
·Ginger                               - small piece
·Garlic                                - 3 to 4
·Lemon juice                       - 1 tbsp
·Yogurd                              - 2 tbsp
·Salt to taste
·Oil to fry
·Curry and coriander leaves
Spices :
·Coriander pwd                   - 1 tsp
·Red chilly pwd                   - 1 tsp
·Turmeric pwd                     - ½ tsp
·Garam masala pwd            - ½ tbsp
·Cumin seeds                     - 1 tsp
·Olive oil                             - 1 tbsp
Method:
1.     Wash and remove the peel from potatoes and prick them
2.     Pressure cook for one whistle, ( should turn tender )
3.     Allow to cool, marinate with turmeric pwd, red chilly pwd and lemon juice for 10 mins.
4.     Shallow fry in hot oil and keep it reserved.
5.     Smash tomato in a blender.
6.     Transfer the puree to a bowl and keep aside.
7.     Grind onion, garlic, ginger, green chilli to paste.
8.     Add yogurd to the spices and mix well
9.     Heat oil in a fry pan, add cumin seeds and wait to crackle.
10.  Add onion paste of step 7 and stir in medium flame for 4 to 5 mins.
11.  Add all the yogurd spice paste and allow to cook until oil separates.
12.  Add tomato puree and stir for 1 minute.
13.  Keep in low flame and fry till a meshy texture appears. ( 5 to 7 ) mins
14.  Add shallow fried potatoes, cover & simmer for 2 mins.
15.  Garnish with freshly chopped curry and coriander leaves.
16.  Serve hot with Roti, Naan, Chapati & Bread.
 Meet U All in next post…until then Bye…Take Care…!
With Love,

47 comments:

  1. Dum aaloo looks delicious and the recipe looks pretty easy as well.:)

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  2. yummy curry jay,luks very delicious and rich...love this curry.

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  3. Umm..looks awesome!Nice side dish!

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  4. Nice n yummy potato curry

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  5. All I want is jeera rice with this delicious aloo dum. Looks yummy dear

    Deepa

    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Aloo dum looks too tempting! I love it like anything :-)

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  7. Wow.Dum aloo looks soo tempting Jay, Super post, we have had this only in restaurants...
    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  8. The dum aloo curry looks delicious.

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  9. slurrrrrrrrrrrrrp! I want to grab the dum aloo from the bowl and finish it in one go.

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  10. luks so delicious....... the gravy is perfect....luks yummy

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  11. Looks so delicious dear..

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  12. looks delicious ,perfect color...mouth watering ...i wish i could get some right now :)

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  13. dumaloo looks so nice and tempting me to try this soon. love to have with ghee rice too

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  14. This looks fantastic and so rich

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  15. Dum aloo looks perfect Jaya. Nice one.

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  16. mouthwatering... I love dum aloo...

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  17. My favorite aloo prep after of course aloo fry :)

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  18. Dama dum mast aloo...yummm.

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  19. wow...looks delicious ....

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  20. I have never tasted it before..It looks yum!!

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  21. looks so delicious and yummy, great picture Jay

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  22. Yum..... dum aloo looks very rich and appetising!!!

    You got nice space dear i liked more of your snacks section those carrot pakoras, coconut milk paniyaram and masala peanuts tempted me a lot. Glad to follow u, all the very best and keep rocking:)

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  23. Thanx for stopping by n your precious time. Might see me often @ ur space around...:)

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  24. மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கின்றது...சூப்பர்ப்...

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  25. Awesome --- The gravy looks perfect!
    Will plan for tonite - Menu on list :)


    http://cookingwithdipika.blogspot.com/

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  26. Irresistible and droolworthy dum aloo, just love it..

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  27. Jay ,
    Dum aloo looks very tempting and delicious.

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  28. Looks delicious! Wonderful flavors:)

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  29. awesome recipe Jay..gonna try this..thanks for sharing..

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  30. nice gravy!.. adding curry leaves to dum aloo is new to me!

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  31. hey wow that name itself is tempting one...and ur curry came out very good and i think goes well wth any roce dishes and breads. Too good one....

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  32. yummy blog you have got here and am much proud to follow you dear. Dum aloo looks creamy n delish.....

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  33. yumm.. one of my favorite all time dish! yours looks so tempting and delicious. perfect with some nice hot chapati.

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  34. One of my fav too, looks yum ..

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  35. realy rich and creamy curry dear..would love to hvae it with appam.....

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  36. This is one of our fav..Love it

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  37. Thanx for your love & compliments friends...:).
    Hope to c u often...!

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  38. Hey Jay, thanks for visiting my blog. You have lovely posts as well. I love potatoes in any form! So I am sure I will give your Dum Aloo a try.

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  39. Here is the simple Dum Aloo recipe for you to enjoy…:)//

    ha..ha. thx 4 shere with us..
    keep it up..
    good on ya.


    U'r deli tip's are very awesome.

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  40. yum, what a satisfying and delicious meal!

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  41. dum is a family fav.... we add fennel seed to ours!

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  42. i am southindian and love to try northindian food ..thanks for sharing ..i will try soon

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