We all love potatoes, and most of us can't seem to have enough. Salads, curries, paratha, cutlets, soup you can add potatoes to any dish to make it interesting. Here's collection of some dry sabzi / sukhi sabzi recipes made with potatoes you can make for Indian Dinners/ meals. Most of these Indian potato recipes are super easy to make and are guaranteed crowd pleaser.
Aloo Shimla Mirch ki Sabzi - Potato and Capsicum sabzi
Aloo Shimla mirch sabzi is a simple North Indian sabzi. This recipe of Aloo Shimla mirch ki sukhi sabzi is Punjabi style dry sabzi in which capsicum and potatoes are cooked with onion and tomato masala. This one is just perfect for the days when you are looking to cook a comfort meal in a hurry.
Aloo Palak Chaat - Potato and spinach Chaat
This aloo palak chaat is also a variation of Aloo chaat, a Popular chaat in Delhi that finds it’s root from the north-west frontier cuisine. Aloo chaat is usually made with fried potatoes and served with tamarind chutney and green chutney. You can serve it with Chapati or Paratha as a dry sabzi / sukhi sabzi too.
Chutney Wale Aloo- Sukhi Sabzi
Chutney wale aloo or crispy pan fried potatoes dunked in Indian style green chutney or chimichurri sauce is quick and easy potato recipe that makes for a great appetiser or a side dish for your weekend breakfast or brunch.
Achari Aloo Gobhi Recipe- Sukhi Sabzi
Achari Aloo Gobhi sabzi is a simple sabzi in which cauliflower and potatoes are cooked with pickling spices in mustard oil. This Achari aloo gobhi tastes slightly different from regular aloo gobi sabzi because it is cooked in mustard oil and Indian pickling spices. That makes the sabzi more spicy and tangy in taste just like a pickle. Recipe
Aloo Gajar Matar recipe without onion and garlic. This is a Punjabi style dry sabzi or sukhi sabzi made with very few spices and new potatoes, fresh peas, and winter red carrots.
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