ALOO JEERA

ALOO JEERA

A Quick and easy fry with jeera and selected spices. This goes well with rice and chapathi.


For this fry you need

2 big sized Potatoes
1 tsp. of Jeera
1/2 tsp. of turmeric powder
1 tsp. of chilli powder
1 tsp. of coriander powder
Few Coriander leaves
Salt to taste
Oil

Preparation

Peel the skin from the potatoes and cut into medium size cubes.

Pressure cook them with sufficient water. Allow it for 2 whistles.

Heat oil in a pan. Add the jeera, when they stop spluttering , add the coriander leaves and saute for a min.

Add the boiled potatoes, along with turmeric powder, chilli powder and coriander powder along with salt. Mix them gently. 

Cook them for a couple of mins. in a low flame.

Aloo Jeera is ready to be tasted.........



Serve it hot with rice/ Chapathi and enjoy :)

Aruna Manikandan

I am a passionate cook and love to experiment various cuisines , in my kitchen. This blog is my humble attempt to register a copy of recipes that I learn and try . Feel free to experiment with my recipes and adjust accordingly to suit your taste and requirements.Hope you enjoy :)

39 Comments

Thanks for visiting my blog

  1. Wow nice one simple and healthy too

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  2. Simply the best sabji..love it with puri.;DD

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  3. Quite an easy recipe. Looks delicious too!

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  4. Aloo jeera is my favourite one and here its looks yummy.

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  5. Simple and yummy aloo, thanks for sharing...

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  6. Hi Aruna! This sounds wonderful, but I have a question. Pardon my lack of knowledge in the culinary arena: what is 'jeera'?

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  7. i like the recipes with less ingredients.. nice one..

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  8. Thanks for all ur lovely comments!!!

    @ Stella Jeera means cumin seeds

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  9. Wow!simply yummy!n perfect snap too!
    Tnx 4 stopping by 'simply delicious'..Aruna.
    u have a nice blog with wonderful collection of recipes...keep rocking dear

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  10. Hi Aruna

    The Aloo Sabji looks simple yet tasty.. Very Well Prepared..

    Deepa

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  11. Lovely..I could imagine the flavor from jeera..

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  12. yummy and simple aloo...perfect with roti..

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  13. Hi Aruna,
    Can I take the bowl and run away!!
    I love Aloo jeera!
    I can eat just like that!

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  14. Thats my fav aloo dish, feel like having rite now...yummm!!

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  15. Aloo jeera is one of my favourite and I love this...yummy!!!!

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  16. Your blog looks so yummy!

    Enjoy!

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  17. Aloo jeera looks so delicious Aruna...lovely presentation :)

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  18. Wow .. such a simple dish .. love it with roti ...

    Thanks for ur lovely comments dear.. U have got a wonderful space .

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  19. first time here, easiest way to make aloo, isn't it?

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  20. great dish and great combo too...

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  21. Easy and simple dish, yet very tasty looking.

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  22. Simple and yet most satisfying.

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  23. Looks yummy and delicious...

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  24. yeah i too have my post lying in my draft got to post yours looks yummy

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  25. Thanks for dropping by Aruna. You have a great space too. will be back to see your upcoming entries.

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  26. All time favorite :) Flavorful one indeed!

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  27. Simple and yummy one...looks delicious.

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  28. My fav for chapathi. urs looks delicious..

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  29. Hi aruna, thanks dear for visiting my blog. U too have a wonderful space. I too blogged about aloo jeera but it was slightly different. Yours' look perfect.

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  30. Another simple one, lovely :)

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  31. Hi Aruna! Thanks for visiting my blog! Aloo jeera looks very yumm and very easy too! will try this out. Will be following you..

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