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STUFFED POTATOES IN CREAMY GRAVY 'SHHENSHAHI ALOO'

Stuffed vegetables are all time favorite and appreciated by everyone ....easily included in any dinner menu or lunch menu.
Potatos are Generally consider as sadabahar because available in all seasons but most used in summers. 

STUFFED POTATOES IN CREAMY GRAVY
shhenshahi aloo

Shahenshahi aloo

 Ingredients:-
potato medium in size..................1/2 kg
onions(finally chopped)..............3
curd..............................................1 cup
chilly garlic paste.......................1tbsp
oil.................................................2tbsp
khus-khus/poppy seeds,cashew and melon seeds paste..2 tbsp
oil for deep frying
Dry ingredients-

salt ................as per taste
white pepper powder........1 tsp
grounded garam masala....1/2 tsp
jeera / cumin seeds............. 1 tsp
cinnamon.......................... 1 small stick
clove..................................2 no
small elichi or cardamom.....1or 2(crushed)
For filling:-

cottage cheese(paneer).............100 gm
coconut powder........................4 tbsp
dry fruits like almond ,cashew and raisins....chopped(2tbsp)
salt as per taste
green chilly chopped finally.....1no
coriander(finallychopped)..................2 tbsp 
Method:-
  1. par boil potatoes.peel and deep fry hole potatoes till golden in colour.
  2. now cut potatoes horizontally and scoop it .
  3. mix all the filling ingredients 
  4. now fill it in scooped potatoes ..keep aside
  5. now take oil in a pan and put on heat
  6. put jeera and cardamom in it wait till crackle.
  7. now put garlic chilly paste in it stir till light in colour
  8. now take curd in a bowl beat it properly add all dry ingredients except salt in it 
  9. put this curd mix into pan and cover it with lid for few min..
  10. now add cashew paste in it stir well till oil comes out or colour changes
  11. add little water and cover it slow heat and cook for few min
  12. now pour this gravy in serving bowl and arrange potatoes in it 
  13. garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot ...........its ummmm and mouth melting    



Comments

seema suhag said…
Hi!Minal, all of us enjoyed this yummy dish at ur place & i was looking for the recipe & you solved my problem. thanks a lot. looking forward to some more exotic stuff.

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