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Today I am going to share aloo tamatar ki sabji vrat (fasts) with you. It is also called as potato tomato curry. Read the complete step by steps pictures and watch the video of it.
It generally had during the fasting time. You can have this in Navratri, Ekadashi, Shivratri, Janmashtami, etc. fasts. It is very easy to make. There are very few ingredients or spices required to make it. We can call this a satvik dish also. As there is no onion, garlic in it.
It is made with boiled aloo (potatoes) and tamatar (tomatoes). Potatoes and tomatoes are easily available in the whole world. In addition to that, we need only black pepper powder and sendha namak (rock salt) in the spices. If you do fasts regularly then you will have these ingredients available at your home.
Aloo tamatar ki sabji I eat with kuttu ki puri and with kuttu and singhade ke pakodis. I made this recipe in all my fasts. And eat it with usually vrat ki pakodis.
I made usually kuttu ki pakodis, aloo raita, aloo tamatar ki sabji for us in vrats. And also make samak ke chawal or sabudana khichdi for my husband. There 3-4 dishes are enough to open the vrat.
What is the right consistency of sabji
Generally, it depends on you. Some people like the thick gravy of sabji whereas some like the thin gravy of sabji. And I like the thin consistency of sabji. As I soak my pakodis in the gravy of sabji. So, the thin consistency of sabzi is required otherwise, pakodis will not soak in it.
But if you want to have only pooris with sabji then you can make a thick gravy. As it will be easy to have it.
In India, people like to have tari ki sabji(sabji with gravy) as it fills the stomach easily. And it satisfies the hunger. But I noticed the strange thing. When I was a kid I used to eat dry sabjis a lot. And I liked it. But nowadays I like to have tari ki sabji(sabji with gravy) at least one time a day. I love it too much.
I noticed that people age more than 30 prefer tari ki sabji(sabji with gravy) more than the dry one. And older people love the tari ki sabji more.
It is just my observation. Tell me in the comments which kind of sabji do you like gravy or a dry one?
You can make complete vrat thali by preparing these recipes :
Chaat recipes: Aloo chaat for vrats,
Tell me in the comments which one you like the most. And what do you like most out of above.
Aloo Tamatar ki Sabji Vrat Wali
- 3 medium size tomatoes
- 4 green chillies
- 1/2 inch ginger
- 2 Tbsp ghee or cooking oil
- 1/2 tbsp cumin seeds
- 1/2 tbsp rock salt (sendha namak) according to your taste
- 1/2 tbsp black pepper powder
- 4 boiled mashed potatoes
- 1 cup water
- Finely chopped coriander for garnishing
- Make a paste of tomatoes, green chilies, and ginger. You can put chopped green chilies if you want. Then do not make a paste of it.
- Heat the pan or kadhai on the stove.
- Add 2 Tbsp ghee or cooking oil and heat it up.
- Add cumin seeds (jeera) in it and let them splutter.
- After that add the tomatoes, green chilies and ginger paste in it.
- Saute it until it becomes soft. You will see it will leave the oil from the sides.
- Add 1/2 tbsp sendha namak (rock salt) or according to your taste.
- Add 1/2 tbsp black pepper powder.
- Add mashed boiled potatoes.
- Mix it well
- Now add 1 cup water in it. You can reduce or increase the quantity of water according to your choice.
- Mix it well. And cover it with the lid.
- Cook for 10 minutes on low medium flame.
- Garnish it with finely chopped coriander leaves.
- Your aloo tamatar ki sabji is ready to serve it.
Aloo Tamatar ki Sabji Vrat Video
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