Jodhpuri Aloo is a dry saute made with a mix of whole spices and spice powders that make it so delicious and spicy. This makes an excellent side dish with dal and rice.
When I made the Thalis during March, I had done a mixed North Indian Thali and this was one of the dishes that were part of the Thali. I adapted this from Vaishali and enjoyed making this.
Making this simple and easy aloo hardly takes any time and especially when you plan a thali, you need to plan such that all your dishes get done quickly. When I am cooking potatoes, I normally microwave it. However, sometimes when I am using more potatoes, pressure cooking does the job much faster as well.
The only cooking you do is to pressure cook, the tempering hardly takes more than 5 mins. So if you are in a hurry, this dry saute is surely a dish you must make.
We just completed our Mega BM and its been a month of nonstick writing. Since I did the Mega BM on C4AS, I had to be prepared and the whole month of March, I was only occupied with cooking. The weekends were so hectic.
Since I had planned on 3 thalis, my Sundays were occupied as I was making a Vegetarian thali. The Saturdays were planned on nonstick Mega BM cooking. I knew if I hadn’t planned ahead I will not have anything for May. So the planning was such that I had some themes prepared for May as well.
Nevertheless, it felt I am yet on another nonstop blogging with regular BM starting right away!
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We are starting the new Edition from this week. I picked ‘One Vegetable different ways’ for BM#88 week 1 and I will be sharing 3 different dishes with Potato as the vegetable.
Step By Step Pictures for making Jodhpuri Aloo
Jodhpuri Aloo | How to make Rajasthani Jodhpuri Aloo