DHUM ALOO CURRY

DUM ALOO

Potatoes are one of the most universally liked comforting food that nature has provided the human race. Indians know the true value of a tender moist cooked baby potato simmered in a tomaty yogurty gravy – let’s just take a moment and thank who ever discovered this little delicacy called Dum Aloo.

INGREDIENTS:

A�Baby potatoesA�A�-A�12-15 (washed, boiled, peeled and prick with fork all over)
Cumin seedsA�A�-A�1 Tea Spoon
OnionA�A�A�-A�1 finely chopped
Thick yogurt A�A�-A�3/4 cup (combined in a tsp of besan)
MalaiA�A�A�-A�1 1/2 Table SpoonsA�
Turmeric powderA�-A�1/4 Tea Spoon
Red chili powder A�-A�1/2 Tea SpoonA�A�A� (adjust)
Coriander powderA�-A�1 Tea Spoon
Garam masala powderA�-A�1/2 Tea Spoon
Salt A�A�A�-A�to taste
Coriander leaves A�-A�1 Table SpoonA�A� (for garnish)
OilA�A�A�-A�2 Table Spoon
Make a paste:
Green chiliesA�A�-A�4A�
Ginger pieceA�A�-A�1 inch
Small tomato A�-A�1
Make a paste:
5-6 cashew nuts, soaked in 2-3 tbsps milk

PROCESS:

1.A�Heat half a tbsp of oil in a vessel; add the boiled baby potatoes and saute for 3-4 minutes till lightly browned. Remove from vessel and keep aside.
2.A� In the same vessel, add the remaining oil, add the chopped onions and saute for 4 minutes or till the onions turn transparent.
3.A�Add the ground ginger-green chilli-tomato paste and fry further for another 4 minutes. Add the chili powder, turmeric powder and coriander powder. Combine well.
4.A� Slowly add the beaten thick yogurt and keep stirring for at least 5-6 minutes.
5.A� Add the sautA�ed baby potatoes and cook on low to medium heat for 4 minutes.
6.A� Reduce heat, add the ground cashew nut paste and malai and combine.
7.A�Cook for a minute. Add a cup of water, Garam masala powder, salt and cook covered on low flame till you get the desired gravy consistency.
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