This sabzi is usually made during Ekadashi fasting. As we don't use any spices, this is flavoured with cardamoms sauteed in ghee and tempered with rock salt and crushed black pepper.
Potatoes : 4-5
Cardamoms .. 2-3
Rock salt ....... to taste
Black pepper powder ... 1/4 tsp.
Ghee or oil
1. Boil the potatoes. Peel and cut into pieces.
2.In a pan heat a little ghee and add the crushed cardamoms.Now add the potato and salt. Stir well to blend and crush a few pieces of potato to make a thick gravy. Add a little water (depends on how much gravy you like) and simmer.
4. Sprinkle the crushed pepper and serve with puris or rotis made with the Shingara flour or Buck wheat flour
simple and quick to make..ReplyDelete
That's a very new recipe to me :) Looks delicious!!ReplyDelete
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Interesting recipe! This is new to me too.ReplyDelete
Thanks Teena .. must tryDelete
simple tasty potato bhajiReplyDelete
Yes, simple one and yummyDelete
cardamom with potato never had thisReplyDelete
looks simple easy dish for me too
Make it Meena and let me know if u liked itDelete
What an easy and simple recipe and with so few spices, very kid friendly for picky kids. Definitely a great user friendly recipe that all will like.ReplyDelete
Thanks. Yes it is perfect for those who like bland food.Delete
Simple and easy absolutely delicious! This is what I like about Vraat ka khana so aloo sabji will feature this season.ReplyDelete
Thanks Archana. Do try it duringthe fasting season.Delete
Potatoes and cardamom. that's quite a new combo for a fasting recipe . looks greatReplyDelete
Yes Kalyani. Cardamom flavour dominated in this recipe as there are no other spices added to itDelete