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Aloo Tamatar ki Sukhi Sabzi | Potato Tomato Stir Fry | Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabji

 Aloo Tamatar ki Sukhi Sabzi

Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi Recipe | Aloo Tamatar Recipe | Potato Tomato Stir Fry with step by step recipe and Hindi Video Recipe. Potato or Aloo has been one of the common staple food of India. This is very simple, comforting and easy to make dish which is cooked in North Indian households. This recipe has boiled potatoes cooked with tomatoes along with spices.

Aloo is Potato and Tamatar is Tomatoes. Aloo Tamatar ki sabzi is childhood for me. My mummy made it often, especially when we all siblings not in mood to eat any vegetables or dal. This was also made at the last minute when we had less time for dinner or lunch, very well going as a side dish too.

Potato and Tomato Dry Veggie

It is so much flavorful and delicious sabzi. This is the classic combination of potato and tomato ki Sabji without no garlic and no onion recipe, which is just bursting with flavours and so easy to make with only few ingredients.

On the nutrition front, potatoes are rich in carbohydrates and also a good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and magnesium.

This is the one veggie I usually make it at my home, when I am in mood to make simple stir fry aloo ki sabji or not in mood to stand few hours into my kitchen.😀😀 This is made on all festive occasion with poori along with side sooji ka halwa.

Easy Potato Veggie

This sabji is very versatile and everyone has their own version of it, I am only showing you my version of how to make stir fry aloo tamat ki sabji, but you can also make curry aloo tamatar ki sabzi. 

This recipe goes with poori, roti and ajwain paratha with some raita and pickle on the side.You can also made this sabji during your fasting times also by just adding senda namak(rock salt) as replace with normal salt, add spices according to your custom follow. Since this is a No Onion No Garlic recipe.

Potato Tomato Stir Fry

If you love gravy aloo sabzi recipes then you will surely love these recipes: Dhaba style aloo matar, Punjabi dum aloo, Aloo Matar Paneer

So go ahead and make Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi at home at lunch, dinner or tiffin/lunch box food. 

Potatoes are first boiled and then pan fried with tomatoes along with masalas which give a nice flavor to the sabzi. This is the dry version of all Tamatar ki Sabji you can even make the easy potato curry also, which is onto my blog.

No Onion No Garlic Potato Veggie

You can check Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabji Recipe Hindi Video Online, on my YouTube Channel, JollyHomemade Recipes

Prep time : 20 minutes

Cook time : 10 minutes

Total time : 30  minutes

Course : Main dish/side dish

Cuisine :  North Indian

Servings : 2 to 3

Author : Jolly Makkar

Ingredients:

Potatoes, medium sized – 5 no, boiled, chopped and mashed coarsely with hands into uneven pieces

Tomatoes, roughly chopped – 2 large sized

Jeera/ Cumin seeds – 1 tsp

Olive oil/cooking oil – 2 tbsp

Indian spices

Salt to taste

Coriander powder – 1 tsp

Red chilli powder – ¼ tsp

Garam Masala powder– ¼ tsp

Freshly chopped coriander leaves for garnishing

Preparation Method:

1. First boil the potatoes, peel the boiled potatoes and cut into cubes and mashed the boiled potatoes. 

2 Heat oil in a pan or kadai, add cumin seeds stir till it gives you nice fragrance of jeera, add finely chopped tomatoes into it.

3. Add all spices - salt to taste, coriander powder, red chilli powder. Mix well and cook.

4. Sauté the tomatoes till they soften and you see oil releasing from the sides.

5. Add the chopped, mashed potatoes and stir well. Mix it we and sauté for a minute. 

6. Check your seasoning, if required dd this stage and garam masala, close it with lid, cook for few more minutes.

7. Lastly add chopped coriander leaves and stir well. 

8. Serve aloo tamatar ki sabji with pooris or roti's or parathas along with some side raita or pickle or salad.

आलू की सब्जी

This recipe is a part of A to Z recipe challenge, ,we choose key ingredients alphabetically to cook and post a dish every alternate month. This month it was alphabet time "P" so i choose my key ingredients POTATO and bake this delicious Potato and Tomato Stir Fry


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15 comments

  1. Simple and comfort sabzi, favourite of one and all. I like it with puris. This version without onion and garlic is perfect for Navratri days.

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  2. So easy and very delicious. Lovely video

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  3. This simple potato sabzi is so comforting and delicious. It's a favourite at my place too. You have explained the recipe so well and presented it beautifully!

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  4. So well explained recipe. Potato and tomato both are my favourite vegetables. And always comes in resque when we want to make something in a jiffy. This aloo tamatar ki sabji looks superbly delicious. You are right it is a perfect accompany with puri or paratha. I would love to have it with fulko luchi ☺️

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  5. Loved the colour of the sabzi. What a comforting, easy to make sabzi for a day to day meal. Would love to have it with hot fulkas.

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  6. I love such simple, fuss free sabjis that are nutritious and filling ! thanks for sharing ur mom's rcipe.. Would love to have this with garam phulkas...

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  7. Aloo tomato subzi is a simple and comfort food and one of the most preferred side dish to go with poori in my home. Best part of your recipe is that it is made with few handful ingredients.

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  8. Aloo tomato sabji is the simplest and yet the most flavorful sabji to prepare in a matter of minutes. Love how you've slightly mashed up the potatoes. Mums recipes are the best.

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  9. The simplest of the recipes are the hardest to perfect as you are always trying to match up with the flavour you have had somewhere. I love the tomato in the potatoes. The faint tang that the tomatoes provide make this everyday sabji great.

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  10. This sabzi sounds super comforting and delicious. I love how potatoes can be made in 100 ways and still taste yum...

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  11. Mum's recipes cannot ever go wrong and they are the best recipes to fall back on when it comes to everyday cooking. Dry Vegetables make the best accompaniment to phulkas or parathas. Looks delicious.

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  12. A dry potato curry with some ghee laced phulkas and a bowl of chilled raita is my definition of comfort food. I loved the color of your subzi. Looks absolutely delectable.

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  13. This aloo sabji is simple yet delectable comfort meal with hot poori on the side. Looks delicious.

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  14. I can eat this everyday with a bowl of aamras or kadhi and ghee fhulka. A perfect comfort food for me. Nothing beats this simple and delicious sabji.Great share !!

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  15. Aloo Sabji looks so flavorful, delicious and tempting. I can enjoy aloo in any form and I need some hot pulkas to enjoy this aloo tomato sabji

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