Ingredients (Serves 2 -3 )
- Potato – 2 medium-sized, cubed
- Fenugreek leaves / methi – 1 bunch, wash, pluck and chop the leaves (Makes around 1 cup)
- Ginger – 1 tbsp, finely chopped
- Green chillies – 2 – 3, finely chopped
- Cumin seeds – 1/4 tsp
- Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
- Salt – To taste
- Lemon juice – 1 – 2 tsp
- Oil / ghee – 1 tbsp
Heat oil / ghee in a non-stick pan. Splutter cumins and add ginger and green chillies. Stir-fry for a few seconds and add potatoes, turmeric powder and salt. Mix well, stir-fry for a few seconds and cook covered at medium-low heat, until potatoes are half-cooked, stirring occasionally. Now add methi leaves. Mix well and cook covered until the potatoes are tender and done. Taste-check for salt. Open the lid and stir-fry for a minute. Sprinkle lemon juice. Serve hot with chapatis/rice. The whole preparation takes only about 15 minutes.
Aloo Methi looks so delicious. Great clicks!
Wish I could find fenugreek leaves at our local stores…the potato stir-fry looks very delicious!
I can have this aloo methi with anything,my fav..
Yummy… Nice click..
My all time fav combo..loved your cute bowls 🙂
looks absolutely wonderful…I can’t take my eyes off these yummy and healthy aloo methi…great clicks!
Aloo Mehti looks so delicious. Excellent combination.
Amazing and delicious presentation dear.
healthy one…nice combo!
Luv those cute bowl. Aloo methi looks very tempting
I was looking for this recipe. Thanks..
beautiful clicks dear…aloo methi sound.s yummy..
Healthy delicious fry dear 🙂
This is my fav…The potatoes are cooked to perfection…And i can almost smell the aroma of this delicious subzi!!!
Looks so gud and yum and I liked those bowls…so cute
Looks delicious!..loved the cups in which they are served:)
Delicious and comfort dish..recipe sounds delicious dear.
u know what..whn i saw the pic i thought id seen it somewhere and was also wondering why a telugu website would post a mallu recipe…wow u shud try and get them 2 take it off.
il change the link and link it 2 urs..chumma avarku pulbicity venda…
on another note..aloo methi looks gooood 🙂
oh and the prawn theeyal was awesome ketto:)
aloo methi looks nice..lovely bowls
thts indeed a treat to the eyes with those yellow green bowls…yummy n full of flavors…
This is one of my favorite dish with roti, even i have a post for this recipe:)
My favorite curry .Even yesterday I prepared this.
I too make a similar way,I love it a lot ,love your clicks!
Very nice clicks they make a simple curry look so exotic.
Kollam, sundaram aytund, aloo methium, aaa bowlum, aa backgroundum pinne clicks…
Looks delicious alo methi..Cute serving bowls.
Nice colour and presentation.love to have with chapathy.
your recipes are mouth watering…that to full detail cooking with pictures superb:)
Thanks Deepa 🙂