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Aloo palak bhaji ( spinach and potato dry curry)

Healthy green fresh spinach is always welcome in Indian kitchen we include so many type of green vegetables in our daily menu like sarso ka saag, palak ka saag, chane ka saag, Kashmiri haak saag etc. etc and some exotic dishes like palak paneer, shahenshahi aloo palak , vegetables in spinach bed you will find almost all the recipes in my blog, but this particular vegetable is very simple to cook and very healthy to eat .
Spinach and potatoes make an excellent combination, my grandma used to say that nutritious value of this vegetable increase when you cook it in iron skillet so I usually try to do that . Enjoy this simple yet healthy 'Aloo Palak Bhaji ' 

Aloo Palak Bhaji ( Spinach and Potato Curry )


Ingredients
300 g spinach, fresh 
2 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
1 inch fresh ginger, crushed
1 -2 green chili 
200 g potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp cumin seed
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1/4 tsp chilli powder
1 tbsp oil
salt as required 

Directions:

Heat oil in a pan or skillet , add cumin seed and wait till crackle, now add ginger and green chilies in it stir for two minute and add spinach and potatoes in it.cook covered on simmer flame for 4-5 min till potatoes are half cooked.
Add the  garam masala, coriander and chilli powder and a little water if needed.
Simmer for few minutes till the potatoes absorb the flavor and cooked properly .
Serve hot with chapati or roti ( Indian bread)

Comments

magdha said…
so tasty yet healthy!

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