Let's just admit it, while we love most vegetables, most of us do have a soft corner for potatoes. Potato, or aloo as we like to call it in Hindi, is one of the most reliable vegetables in times of crisis. Whether you are pressed for time or want to cook something that will be loved by all, we inadvertently turn our eyes toward potatoes. They can be fashioned in any form and impress all the time. Here we have listed 6 quick potato recipe that you can try for lunch on a particularly busy day, where even ordering in is not a viable option. It takes only a matter of minutes to rustle up these recipes, so drop those excuses and start cooking!
Here Are 6 Quick Aloo Recipes You Can Make For Lunch:
1. Aloo Ki Khichdi Recipe
This Navratri-special recipe is ideal for regular days too where you just want something light and cooling for your tummy. Temper it with spices of your choice and you are good to go, and, of course, you can use regular rice in place of parsai ke chawal.
2. Achaari Aloo Recipe
Potatoes enveloped in a tangy and eclectic achaari masala - this recipe is a show-stealer across any spread.
3. Aloo Palda Recipe
This soothing pahadi curry spells comfort. Made with creamy yogurt gravy peppered with warm spices like cloves and cardamom, this curry is sure to have people get up for a second helping.
4. Aloo Ka bharta Recipe
Possibly the simplest dish in the list. The dish borrows a lot from Bengali Aloo sheddho. Creamy mashed potatoes mixed with pungent mustard oil, hot chillies, onion and coriander -- you can pair this delectable treat with hot rice.
5. Aloo Gobhi Recipe
You saw this coming, didn't you? Aloo gobhi is soul food for millions of Indians, and if you have never cooked it yourself, here is a stellar recipe to start with.
6. Dahi Aloo Recipe
A vrat delicacy again, this light and delicious sabzi made with potatoes, yogurt and select spices is perhaps the best gift you can give your tummy in a particularly busy and stressful day. Garnish with coriander leaves for the extra zing.
Try making these recipes at home and let us know which ones you liked the best. We are all ears!
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.