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Top 25 Potato Recipes, Aloo Recipes, Indian Potato Recipes
Last Updated : Apr 19,2017
Top 20 Potato Recipes, Aloo Recipes, Indian Potato Recipes
Whether mashed, baked or roasted, people often regard potatoes as comfort food. It is an important staple food and the number one vegetable crop in the world. As potatoes have a neutral starchy flavor, they serve as a good complement to many meals. Potatoes should be cleaned and cut right before cooking in order to avoid the discoloration that occurs with exposure to air.
Enjoy our collection of Indian Potato recipes ranging from Parathas to Sabzis, Chaats Sandwiches, to Salads.
Try Aloo Palak. Always a great hit, potatoes and spinach come together yet again, in a Punjabi version of Aloo Palak.
Use potatoes in Sandwiches. Try Pav Sandwich, Masala Pav with Potatoes. A very interesting Pav Sandwich, which is somewhere mid-way between a regular sandwich and vada pav, but as exciting as both together!
Use potatoes in Parathas. Aloo Paratha, Luscious whole wheat Parathas are stuffed with a succulent mixture of mashed potatoes flavoured perkily with green chillies, onions and all.
Potatoes are famously used in Chaat recipes like Aloo Chaat. What a delightful experience it is to watch the baby potato turn into something so exciting! Tiny potatoes, marinated in Indian spices and sautéed in oil, are topped with moong, sev and other typical chaat add-ons.
Top 25 Potato Recipes, Aloo Recipes, Indian Potato Recipes
Dum aloo is one vegetable which is loved by one and all, it is rich, creamy and spicy all in one. . .
Serve it hot with Chapati
or Cooked Rice
to make a homely and satisfying meal.
Always a great hit, potatoes and spinach come together yet again, in a Punjabi version of Aloo Palak. Once you have peeled and chopped the cooked potatoes and chopped the washed spinach, this dish is a breeze to prepare as it simply makes use of readily available spice powders and everyday ingredients. Simple though it sounds, the apt combination of ingredients results in a true tongue-tickler! Enjoy it hot with your favourite Indian bread.
Packed with excitement; that describes the Aloo Methi Parathas best of all! These sumptuous whole wheat parathas are stuffed with a delectable mixture of potatoes flavoured with fenugreek leaves, cumin seeds and spice powders, which makes them so tasty that they can be served straight and simple with just curds and pickles. When the methi is sautéed, it sheds its bitterness, thereby imparting only its positive characteristics such as its strong aroma and unmistakable flavour to the dish. Indeed, this is a main course that will appeal to all!
Aloo Methi is an everyday recipe... easy, tasty and awesome. Yet, every time you taste it, it feels exotic, with the softness of potatoes and the pleasing bitterness of methi.
Indeed, this Indian
favourite deserves the global fame that it has earned! You will find that this recipe is made with everyday ingredients like ginger, garlic, cumin seeds and red chillies, yet it has a rich aroma and flavour that makes you eat an extra chapati or two.
Cooking the potatoes for so long makes them a little crisp and gives them an appetising brownish colour. It also allows the potatoes to imbibe the flavours of the garlic, green chillies and ginger really well.
Also try other subzi combos with methi like Methi Palak Paneer Subzi
, Methi Papad
and Methi Mutter Pasanda
Potato and green peas is an evergreen combination, which works effectively in varied dishes, ranging from salads
to kormas and subzis
The contrasting textures and complementary flavours of the two vegetables have a very fulfilling effect on the taste buds, and this is proved once again in this recipe.
The Aloo Mutter Korma is a delicious dish that combines potatoes and green peas with a range of flavour givers like tomatoes, onions, spice powders and pastes. A dash of garam masala adds josh to the korma making it a great hit with everybody.
Enjoy other potato based dishes like the Bhojpuri Aloo
and the Aloo Matar Tariwale
delicacy, which is worthy of its fame across the world, the Aloo Mutter Korma in White Gravy features an ever-popular combination of vegetables in a luxuriant white gravy.
The base of the gravy is a rich onion-cashew paste, which is perked up with whole spices, and complemented by rich ingredients like fresh cream and curds.
The abundance of dairy products gives the white gravy a really creamy mouth-feel, while the whole spices and garam masala give it a peppy flavour befitting the potato-peas duo!
Enjoy this korma hot with your favourite Rotis
Fun-filled baby potatoes share the stage with calcium rich paneer in this lovely and lively chaat. The lemon juice and chaat masala lend their tangy touch to the otherwise bland ingredients.
Aloo tikki is a versatile and popular potato preparation, that can be had as it is, or as part of a gravy or a chaat
Here is a relatively simple version that you can prepare with readymade spice powders. If required, ask an elder to help you mash the potatoes.
Cut the tikkis into different shapes using cookie cutters, to make them look more interesting.
, Jam Pinwheels
, Cheese Garlic Buns
, Quick Dahi Vada
and Tacos with Baked Beans
are a few more exciting recipes that kids will enjoy cooking with the help of elders.
This traditional Bengali
specialty is one of my favourite recipes and I recommend that you give this one a try.
This recipe proves that poppy seeds and potatoes are a match made in heaven!
try other Bengali subzis like Mulor Ghanto
and Bengali Style Okra
The twang of curds and the tangy notes of coriander make this a unique way of preparing potatoes. Cooked baby potatoes are coated with a semi-spicy green chutney and curds and sautéed rapidly for the flavours to sink in. Potatoes in green masala can be served as a starter or as an accompaniment, whichever way you prefer.
Awesome, to the core, and we mean it! The containers of potatoes and tomatoes are as awesome as the coconut-based stuffing that’s inside them.
This unique dish is made by stuffing potatoes and tomatoes with a flavourful paste of coconut, onions and garlic perked up with an assortment of spices like coriander seeds, aniseeds, poppy seeds and peppercorns.
The potatoes and the tomatoes are cooked with the stuffing in place, so they imbibe the rich flavour as they cook. Make sure you stir the potatoes and tomatoes gently once in a while, as they cook. This ensures uniform cooking.
The Potatoes and Tomatoes Stuffed with a Coconut-Based Paste is a dish that is bursting with flavour, and you are sure to enjoy every mouthful.
The liberal use of coconut and spices leaves you in no doubt that this is a Goanese creation! This delicacy from Goa features potatoes in a tongue-tickling gravy, which is both tangy and spicy. While the gravy gets its tanginess from tomato pulp, the pungency is derived from a special paste of onions, coconut and spices.
It is the special way of handling the onions that makes this Goanese gravy very different. The onions are first roasted whole, and then peeled and blended with the other ingredients. This gives a unique, intense flavour to the gravy, which complements the potatoes beautifully. Indeed, Potatoes in Goanese Gravy is a real peppy accompaniment for ladi pav
A crispy outer and a soft interior, makes stuffed potatoes with paneer a perfect starter! roasted potato cases are stuffed with a delectable mixture of cottage cheese spiced mildly with green chillies and interspersed with cashews and raisins. Sour cream makes a great accompaniment for this delightful snack.
A very interesting Pav Sandwich, which is somewhere mid-way between a regular sandwich and vada pav, but as exciting as both together! Basically, it involves less work than vada pav because you do not need a vada but it is almost as tasty because it uses garlic chutney and assorted masalas including pav bhaji and garam masalas.
The choice of vegetables layered between the pav is also such that you get a balanced texture, with a bit of crunchiness and a bit of juiciness too. Coriander, as always, peps up the whole arrangement, creating a fresh burst of flavours on your palate! Serve the Pav Sandwich immediately on preparation.
If you are loking for recipes using pav bhaji masala check these out- Pav Bhaji Dhokla
, Pav Bhaji
, Pav Bhaji Burger
, Pav Bhaji Sandwich
, Pav Bhaji Fondue
, Pav Bhaji Toast
, Bhaji Pulao
and Chat- Pata Pav
A mouth-watering combo of succulent paneer, yummy potatoes and juicy green peas is perked up with tongue-tickling chutneys and spice powders to make a marvellous chaat.
The characteristic touch of chaat masala makes the Aloo Paneer Mutter Chaat very chatpata, and the effect is increased with a squeeze of lemon!
Enjoy this chaat immediately on preparation to relish the best textures.
You can also try your hand at other chaats like Moong Sprouts and Potato Salli Chaat
and Mixed Sprouts and Green Pea Chaat
A must-try recipe, which is an indispensable part of north Indian
cuisine, where it is enjoyed any time of the day, for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Luscious whole wheat Parathas
are stuffed with a succulent mixture of mashed potatoes flavoured perkily with green chillies, onions and all. A dash of amchur powder adds to the tanginess of the stuffing, making the Aloo Paratha a really tasty and satiating dish. Enjoy it fresh with curds and Pickles / Aachar
What a delightful experience it is to watch the baby potato turn into something so exciting! Tiny potatoes, marinated in Indian spices and sautéed in oil, are topped with moong, sev and other typical chaat add-ons.
Although Aloo Chaat is not an integral part of all chaat counters, it has a fan-following of its own, especially in the winter, when its spiciness and warmth rejuvenate the soul.
Planning a chaat party? Exciting recipes of Chaat / Bhel and more
A homely and simple dish that is sure to satiate you, the Aloo Gobhi ka Pulao is fortified with loads of stomach-friendly veggies.
This mildly-flavoured pulao uses minimal spices so as not to irritate your stomach. Even if you have acidity problems, you can enjoy this dish occasionally when you feel like having rice, but make sure you add lots of veggies as suggested here.
As it is made in a pressure cooker and uses only common ingredients, it can be made quickly and easily on any day.
This recipe is a mouth-watering preparation of kand and potatoes in a base of curds, thickened with rajgira flour.
The Aloo and Kand Rasawali Shaak gets its finger-licking flavour and appetizing aroma from green chilli paste and a tempering of cumin seeds. The best part is that you can have this shaak on a fasting day as well.
Do not overcook the kand and potatoes as they might get mushy when continuing to cook with the other ingredients. If you are going to have this recipe later, then add some water and heat a little before serving.
You can try other delicious faraali
recipes like the Faraali Pattice
and Faraali Dosa
Aloo ki Puri is a fabulous puri with so much flavour ingrained in it that you don’t need any accompaniments to complete it!
The dough is reinforced with boiled potatoes and a thoughtful mix of spice powders, which gives it a wonderfully soft texture and energetic flavour.
The Aloo ki Puri is great to have for breakfast
. Don’t forget to add a little ghee to the dough because it gives a good texture and rich flavour to it.
You can also try other puris like Banana and Rajgira Puri
, Spinach Puri
and Kand Puri
A truly spectacular marriage of spices creates this delightful dry potato subzi. Using potato roundels and spices like cumin seeds, aniseed, nigella seeds, fenugreek seeds and chaat masala, this dish is a treat for your taste buds. The Kashmiri red chillies add the required spark of colour to the dish.
Stop for a few minutes near a vendor who sells aloo masala chaat and you will be amazed by the vast range of people stopping there for a snack, from those walking by to those driving in imported cars! what’s so exciting about cooked and cubed potatoes. . . Unless it is spiked up with peppy chaat masala, tangy and juicy tomatoes, and an assortment of other lip-smacking ingredients! indeed the Aloo Masala Chaat is so tempting that it would be wonderful to learn how to make it, so you can conjure it up in your own kitchen with a wave of your magic wand any time you want to.
Everyone loves the traditional aloo ka Paratha and a lot of us thoroughly enjoy the occasional Gobi ka Paratha. The Punjabis in their ingenious way have invented this delectable combination that everyone can enjoy. Boiled and mashed aloo and Gobi are combined with the essential Punjabi masalas to create this wonderful Punjabi Paratha. Using whole wheat flour instead of plain flour or Maida makes this Parathas healthy and tasty. Only a little oil has been used to cook the Parathas but for those of you who want experience Punjabi food in all its glory, adding a dollop of ghee or fresh home-made butter would be a great option!
An all time favourite combination, in an all time favourite form! potato and cauliflower feature in a traditional curry seasoned with typical Indian spices and spruced up with common ingredients like ginger, green chillies and garlic.
The magic of the garam masala and the dry mango powder is evident in Aloo gobi, as these spice powders really perk up the flavour of the subzi.
Serve for lunch
The ever popular potato finds its way into every cuisine and is cooked in a different, delicious way each time. This recipe cooks them in fresh yoghurt gravy that is flavoured with fennel and nigella and other subtle spices. Dahiwali Aloo ki Subzi served with puris is a famous Rajasthani meal which can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner.
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