June 13, 2022

Poori Bhaji Aamras - Summer Seasonal special


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 Poori Aamras and Aloo Bhaji is almost everyone's favorite in Maharashtra and Gujarat. There will hardly be anyone who wouldn't like this combo.  During the mango season, this made in heaven match features in my home quite a few times  but surprisingly it never made to the blog .

The recipe for Aamras and Puri is already there on the blog while that off this simple yet tasty Aloo Bhaaji or Sabji will be shared today with you all . Every household has an heirloom recipe for making the aloo sabji depending on the family's liking . I am going to share a very very easy recipe which has been our favorite always. Preethi my blogger friend has a delicious recipe of Adraki Aloo which will also pair well these puris . The aamras has a little milk added while the aloo sabji is purely vegan . If you want to make the entire combo vegan friendly,you can skip the milk while preparing the aam ras .

This combo is so popular  and a hearthrob that people swarm like bees at restaurants to enjoy. Some popular restaurants in Bombay have carved a niche for serving this delectable mini thali during the Mango Season and have been featured in various food magazines and shows for their superior quality and popularity. 


Recipes for Poori & Aamras click below 




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Preparation Time - 20 mins 
Cooking Time - 10 mins
Complexity - simple
Serves - 2 to 3 

Ingredients 

4 medium sized boiled potatoes 
2 small green chillies chopped
1/2 inch ginger finely chopped 
1 tsp mustard 
1/4 tsp udad dhall (optional)
1 tbsp oil
Pinch of turmeric 
1/4  tsp red chilli powder
Pinch of asafoetida 
1/2 tsp sugar
Salt as needed
Few curry leaves 
Finely chopped corriander 

Method 

  • Peel the skin of the potatoes and roughly crumble them.
  • Heat oil in a thick pan ,crackle the mustard seeds followed by udad dhall until the dal turns golden brown.
  • Fry the green chillies,  ginger , curry leaves and asafoetida. 
  • Add the crumbled potatoes, corriander leaves, turmeric ,red chilli powder ,salt and mix it well .
  • Sprinkle some water and cook covered for 2 to 3 mins till all the flavors blend well . Turn off the stove ,add the sugar,chopped corriander and mix it gently .
  • Serve hot with hot hot puris and Aamras .
  • You can also serve some thick coconut chutney also as an accompaniment. 

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3 comments:

  1. Pooris, aamras and aloo sabzi is our favourite combination too! Love your simple aloo sabzi recipe, which I'm sure is packed with flavour. 🙂

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  2. Poori bhaji and Aamras is a match made in heaven Priya. Love the simple and flavorful Aloo bhaji. So quick and easy to make. I can never say no to this amazing combo.

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  3. Puri bhaji platter looks so inviting. I love this type of aloo sabji without much spices. Puri bhaji is a perfect breakfast combo. Who can say no to this delicious platter.

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