What comes to your mind when we say classic Indian breakfast? One of the first options we can think of is poori-bhaji. Crispy and crunchy poor with spicy Aloo Curry – the perfect combination that instantly flatters the heart strings. While the poor are still pretty much the same everywhere, what leaves us intrigued is the wu curry. Each region across India has its own unique ways of preparing aloo ki sabzi (or bhaji). While Bengali people keep it simple with a tadka of kalonji, people in Benaras enjoy it with spicy broth (aloo rasedaar). Given their diversity, we have curated a list of delicious curry recipes from all over India that will add some touch to your evergreen (poor-baji) breakfast collection. lets take alook.
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Here are 6 Aloo Curry recipes from all over India to pair with Poori:
Classic Potato Curry:
An authentic Indian curry made with boiled potatoes and a paste of some spices, tomatoes and onions, this dish tastes delicious. You can play around with the ingredients used in the spice blend to your taste. Here, we used cumin, coriander, red pepper, garam masala, and garlic. Pair it with a poor and indulge. Click here for the recipe.
Some people enjoy dry baguette. For them, we have a delicious aloo ki sabzi dish. And like the potato curry, this dish has different versions to choose from. We’re making a special recipe where the potatoes are mashed lightly in flavors – ranging from cilantro to cilantro – and served with a garnish of freshly chopped coriander leaves. Click here for the recipe.
This dish tastes even better when combined with my poor blood. Here, potatoes are mashed and cooked in a spicy broth prepared with hing, cultivar, methi, coriander powder, chili powder, amchur powder, salt, butter, etc. Serve hot to enjoy the flavors at their best. Click here for the recipe.
South Indian Aloo Curry:
Much like the aloo rasedaar, this dish is also broth-based and tastes best when served with a hot papa. To make this dish we use onions, tomatoes, garlic, green peppers, red peppers, curry leaves, mustard seeds, lime, lemon juice, salt and sugar to taste. It is light, refreshing and delicious. Click here for the recipe.
The classic dish paired with poor, is also referred to as aloo-hare lehsun sabzi. To make this dish we need potatoes, green garlic pods, cumin, coriander, red pepper, amhur powder and some other basic spices. Click here for the recipe.
An indispensable dish during vrats, this is a simple potato curry containing rock salt, cumin, tomatoes, green peppers, refined oil/ghee and some chopped coriander for garnish. It is usually paired with kuttu ki poori (buckwheat poor) and served. Click here for the recipe.
Try these types of aloo sabzis with poor people and tell us which one you liked the most. If you have any unique recipe, share with us in the comments below.