Apr 9, 2013

Kashmiri Dum Aloo


On the 1st day of 2nd week in BM#27, I choose very famous Kashmiri traditional Cuisine i.e. “Kashmiri Dum Aloo”. Under this recipe, we used fried baby potatoes with spice and yogurt gravy. I did not add tomato puree in this recipe but it’s optional as per your taste. Kashmiri dum aloo is very famous for red color and rich look, with lots of ghee on the top. They never used garlic and onion in traditional recipe of Kashmiri dum aloo.

You can serve this Kashmiri dum aloo with rice or paratha, very good option for party or dinner time as a main course. This recipe looks beautiful and color come out very well. Everyone know Kashmir is popular for own beauty. If you don’t have baby potatoes then cut the potatoes into large diced form and deep fry. This is my first trial from the Kashmiri Cuisines.





Preparation time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 30 Minutes
Serving: 3 Persons
Ingredient
250Gm Baby Potatoes (not peeled)
2 Tbsp. Oil
1/2 Tsp. Kashmiri Red Chili Powder
1 Tsp. Garam Masala
1 Tsp. Saunth/ Ginger Powder
1/2 Tsp. Fennel Powder
2 Green Cardamoms
1/2 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
Salt to Taste
1/4 Cup Curd
Enough Water
Vegetable Oil for Deep Frying

Direction
Prick the potatoes with fork and keep aside. Heat the oil for deep frying these potatoes. Drain out. Combine spices in bowl (garam masala, red chili powder, saunth, saunf) with little as a paste. 
Heat the oil in pan, add cardamom and cumin. When they start splutter, add spices paste and sauté for 2 minutes. Add curd and enough water for gravy. Add fried potatoes and salt. Cover and cook for 5-10 minutes. Garnish with chopped green coriander and serve with hot rice.

Note: You can add tomato puree after spices, it’s completely optional.
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31 comments:

  1. Kashmiri recipes are always flavourful and rich in colour..

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  2. So delicious and rich gravy! Looks delicious! :)
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  3. this is one fav gravy for me...kovely recipe dear

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  4. I like this dish...nice click...

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  5. Preeti I always felt that Kashmiri Dum Aaloo is stuffed ..though I like the flavors of the curry..

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  6. delicious tempting and inviting dum aloo.

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  7. Wow, super dum aloo, looks so delicious. The rose petals adds such a beauty to the dish. Beautiful clik, thanks for sharing...

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  8. Looks beauty ! Earlier I had posted Bengali Aloo dum . It looks delicious , will try it.

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  9. Delicious and tasty dish from kashmir....

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  10. Very delicious and inviting rich dish.

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  11. Super perfect !!!
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  12. Looks so good Preeti! I also posted about alu dum last week but it was closer to Bengali style

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  13. very pretty looking platter, nice recipe

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  14. delicious plate... love to grab it from here!!!! i generally love cooking with baby potaotes - they are so cute and very tempting..
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  15. Wow Preeti.. Got to try this soon :-)

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  16. Rich and flavourful gravy..Looks scrumptious..

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  17. Love to have this any for rice.

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  18. Wow this is awesome. I always added garlic an donion and wondered why it did not taste right. Thanks.

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  19. I tried it for one of the ICC challenges and loved it.

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  20. Oh thats a really simple recipe. Not complicated with the onion tomato masala and all. Nice!!

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  21. Rich and amazing potato curry. Looks delicious.

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  22. This one is a nice and warm dish. Love it

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  23. Yes, this is one of the yummiest side dishes!Looks great...

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  24. mam if i not got kashmiri red chili then can i use any other red chili powder...
    Its curry time

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  25. Yes you can use degi or normal red chili powder... try to add as tempering on the top of curry which gives nice color and texture.

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