Aloo palak. Soft potatoes meet delicious greens in this restaurant style stir fry dish. It boasts the ultimate flavor from chilies, garlic and aromatic Indian spices. Best part? This nutrient loaded dish only requires 15 minutes cooking time.
There’s something about a vegetable laden dish that makes it feel extra nutritious. In fact, there are a lot of ways to jazz up the flavor of humble veggies. One is adding fragrant spices to a simple veggie stir fry. Well, there’s no correct way to prepare stir fried vegetables. But if you are a spice lover, try this simple yet seriously delicious side dish that you can whip up in no time at all.
Aloo palak or potato spinach stir fry. A restaurant classic featuring the delicious combo of potatoes and spinach that are sautéed in plenty of aromatic spices. It’s healthy, easy to make and all the more delicious. Plus, you can add in more veggies and get as creative as you want. This ultimate spiced veggie stir fry is a must try.
Aloo Palak Recipe
The very step is heating up a little oil in a frying pan. Then, fry cumin seeds and a couple of dried red chilies. Add onions and let the onions brown. Stir fry garlic and green chilies. When fragrant, add the tomatoes and potatoes.
At this stage, you’ll need to cook the potatoes until they are tender. Stir in the ground spices – ground turmeric, ground coriander and red chili powder- and fry until the raw smell disappears.
Now, add spinach. Cook until the leaves wilt. Finally, stir in some garam masala and coriander leaves. Heat through.
Serve this aloo palak with parathas and steamed rice.
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- Aloo Matar Restaurant Style | Spiced Potatoes and Green Peas
- Aloo Gobi | Indian Potatoes and Cauliflower
- Chilli Gobi | Chilli Cauliflower
- Cabbage Thoran | Cabbage Stir Fry
- Spinach Stir Fry | Cheera Thoran
- Stir Fried Dry Red Beans |Adzuki Beans Stir Fry
- Long Beans Stir Fry
- Mushroom and Coconut Stir Fry | Mushroom Thoran