Bombay Aloo

 

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I usually make this dry potato curry called Bombay Aloo whenever I make  Gujarati pudlas.    We are making pudlas and Bombay Aloo in my cookery class next week and looking through my blog, I realised that I never shared this recipe in my blog.  So here is my easy to follow – my version of Bombay Aloo recipe.    Pictures of the food cooked during my cookery lesson  will be posted on my facebook page – ” Cook at home with Mina”

Ingredients for Bombay Aloo for 2 servings

  • 2-3 medium potatoes
  • 2-3 green chilies
  • 2 tbls sunflower oil
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp turmeric
  • ½ tsp chili powder
  • 1 tbl lemon juice
  • Handful of coriander

Method:

  1. Cut the potatoes into very small cubes and wash them to remove the starch.

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2.  Heat the oil and add the cumin seeds. One the cumin gets dark, add the potatoes to the oil. Stir the potatoes so that the oil coats them. Slice the green chillies and add them to the potatoes.P1070609

3.  Add the salt, turmeric, chili powder and cook on medium until they often.

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4.  Once the potatoes have cooked, add the lemon juice and coriander.

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5.  The Bombay Aloo is ready to be eaten with the vegetable pancakes called pudlas .

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How do you serve your Bombay aloo?

  • Mum in a Hurry

    This looks yummy. And not too hard by the look of it. My husband does most of the cooking in our house but this looks like something even I could cook! 🙂 Nice pictures too!

  • Mayuri Patel

    potato sabji is a delightful dish that goes with anything, parathas, rotis, rice etc. Love your preparation.

  • Hungry_Healthy_Happy

    This sounds delicious. I love spicy potatoes.

  • Shobha

    Aloo… anytime for us.. our family favourite

  • This sounds and looks so good! I would really love this right now 🙂

  • Oh this looks lovely and I can’t believe how easy it is to make! I’ve never thought to make it myself even though I make curry from scratch!

  • Sounds really tasty, and not too hard to cook either 🙂

  • Charlotte

    This looks fab, my OH would LOVE to make this 🙂

  • We are having a use what we have January and we have a sack of potatoes, so I will be making this!

  • Emma Smith

    There are so many recipes of yours I must come and try. i’ve never really done much cooking with spices but would love to learn.

  • emmaand3

    lovely, a great alternative for potatoes.

  • Joanna Imran

    Wow, I’ve never tried this before! I love spices, and potatoes, and I think this would be a hit in my house 🙂

  • Gretta Schifano

    I’ve never made this dish but it actually looks really easy to do so maybe I should try!

  • Otilia

    Yum yum yum how good it looks!

  • Beautyqueenuk

    I never knew this was how they were made, that said, I do love Bombay Aloo x

  • mummyoftwo

    My OH loves Bombay potatoes but I haven’t ever made them – I will have to give it a go!

  • Emily Shepperson

    These look so yummy! I’ve never tried making them myself.

  • Love bombay potatoes, but have never tried making them at home, have bookmarked your recipe your future reference!

  • Yum I love bombay potatoes, thanks for the recipe.

  • Emma | The Mini Mes and Me

    I have a Bombay Aloo recipe over on my blog too – it’s one I keep going back to time and time again. Delicious x

  • Modelmum

    Bombay Aloo is one of my favorite dishes. I receive your newsletters and at the time you published i swore i was going to make it! Better add to my list x

  • Thou Shalt Not Covet

    You make some amazing things, this looks lovely! xxx

  • This looks so yummy it’s actually making my mouth water and tummy rumble.

  • mummyandthechunks

    Ooh looks lovely! Will have to try that sometime x

  • Wild & Grizzly

    This looks delicious!! I can’t wait to try it for myself and have it alongside a yummy dhal lentil curry with sweet potato x

  • Joanna Sormunen

    Sounds so delicious! I usually love everything that has potatoes in them. So it’s a total winner for me 🙂

  • New Mum Online

    I am very impatient with cutting potatoes into very small cubes but have been known to ha ha. This post has made me incredibly hungry. Love your pictures and the level of detail you’ve gone into xx

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