Hi friends,hope you all are doing good.Today’s recipe is ‘hare pyaj or aloo sabji’ . As we all know winters are going to end soon so as the fresh green winter vegetables also.
so I thought to share some special sabji recipe which I loved to make in winters. Because in winters only we can easily get lots of leafy green vegetables.
Hare pyaj or aloo sabji is very simple and easy to make sabji. The best thing about this recipe is that it is very less time consuming and the ingredients we need to make this sabji are always available at our kitchen.
so let’s start making it…..
Steps to follow while making hare pyaj or aloo sabji are:-
- Heat 1tsp oil in Kadhi.
- Now put chopped potatoes (aloo) with 1/2tsp turmeric powder and some salt.
- Mix it properly and cook it for 5-10mins by covering it .
- After 5mins open it and add 1/4tsp corriander powder and 1/4tsp red chilli powder. Again mix it properly and now cook it until a crispy layers appear on it.
- when you see potatoes (aloo) is half cooked then take them out from Kadhi.
- In the same Kadhi again heat 1tsp of oil.
- Add 1tsp cumin seeds and 1 dry red chilly .
- Add white part of spring onions or you can also add normal 1chopped onion.
- Give a nice stir to onions and add 1tsp crushed ginger and 4to5 chopped garlic gloves in it.
- Add 1chopped tomatoes and mix it properly.
- Now add all dry spices I.e 1/2tsp turmeric powder, 1/2tsp red chilli powder and 1/2tsp corriander powder with salt to taste in it.
- Add some water and cook the mixture of spices by covering it with lid.
- After 5mins open the lid and give a quick stir then add fried potatoes (aloo) in it. Cook it again by covering it with lid.
- Open the lid and stir it again now take one piece of potatoes and check if it is cooked properly or not.
- When potatoes are cooked properly then add chopped spring onions (hare pyaj) in it.
- Mix it properly and cook it for 10mins or until hare pyaj leaves become soft..
- Your hare pyaj or aloo sabji is ready to serve.Serve it with roti, paratha. It taste delicious with both of it.