Tari Wale Aloo ki Sabzi is a combination of potato cooked in tomato based curry with a nutty flavor of gram flour and a blend of Indian spices. Tari wale aloo ki sabzi goes really well along with poori.
Who does the house chores in your home?
One day, one of my uncles happened to visit my house. His son was an officer in one of the banks and my uncle used to talk very highly about him.
We had served some snacks and juices to the guests. After finishing his juice, this cousin of mine stood up to carry his and some of the other glasses kept on the center table, to the kitchen. My uncle immediately stopped him and said, “It’s ok. You keep it here on the table. The girls will take it. You don’t need to do it”.
My cousin kept the glass on the table and sat down.
And my uncle then started off on a long lecture on why boys are not meant for the kitchen and why it should be the girls who should be doing it.
I wasn’t really surprised with the behavior because I had seen quite a few people with the same views.
But, does this argument really make sense?
After marriage, I saw Dilip often helping me with various things in the kitchen. And when he cooked some very tasty recipes (chilly paneer and veg spring rolls are his specials), I knew that he was good with cooking too.
Not once did I see him complain about supporting me in the kitchen. Nor did I see him showing any reluctance in doing something, if I asked for help.
So not everybody shared the same opinion as that of my uncle. I told myself.
A couple of days back I happened to see this video. I saw a very unique rebuttal to the entire question of “Should guys do the house chores?”
The concept of the “partnership” that this guy explains was so true.
The house is a partnership. Everything that is done in household benefits, multiple people. And when the benefits are derived by multiple people, should just one person be doing the job?
No, isn’t it?
Just as in any other partnership, the responsibility of doing the work should equally be shared by all the beneficiaries.
And that makes a happy household where nobody is privileged. Instead, everybody is equal. There will be a lot of happiness, health and positive energy is such households.
Watch the video for yourself. I am sure you would love it.
Tari Wale Aloo ki Sabzi Recipe – How to Make Aloo ki Sabzi
Tari wale aloo ki sabzi is an easy one pot meal made with aloo. This simple curry recipe goes really well along with poori. This curry does not include onion or garlic hence those who are looking for some curry without onion and garlic which can be made during ‘poojas’ or ‘hawans’ at the temple or even at home.
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Tari Wale Aloo ki Sabzi
- 2 cups Potatoes diced
- 1 cup Tomato Puree
- 2 tbsp Gram Flour
- 3-4 Green Chillies
- 1 tsp Ginger crushed
- 1 tsp Cumin Seeds
- 1 tsp Mustard Seeds
- 1/4 tsp Asafoetida
- 1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder
- 2 tsp Coriander Powder
- 2 tsp Red Chilli Powder
- 1 tsp Garam Masala Powder
- 1 tsp Aamchur Powder
- 2 tbsp Jaggery
- Coriander Leaves handful, finely chopped
- Curry leaves a few
- 2 tbsp Oil
- Salt to taste
- 2 cups Water or as needed
- Heat oil in a pressure cooker.
- Add mustard seeds to it and let it splutter.
- Now add gram flour to it and stir well for a minute or 2 on a low flame.
- Add crushed ginger, curry leaves, cumin seeds, and hing. Fry for a few minutes.
- Now add tomato puree to it and mix well.
- Add coriander powder, red chili powder, turmeric powder, salt, green chili and amchur powder. Mix well.
- Fry this mixture for few minutes, stirring in between until the raw smell of masala goes off.
- Now add diced potato to it. Mix.
- Add 2 cups of water and 2 tbsp of jaggery and give it a nice mix.
- Now cover the pressure cooker and cook until 2 whistles.
- Let all the pressure release on its own, and then only open the lid.
- After you open the lid, mix the curry well and also mash some of the potatoes, so that you get the right consistency.
- Now add garam masala and fresh coriander leaves to it. Mix well.
- So the mouthwatering Tari wale aloo ki sabzi is ready to be served.
- Serve hot along with poori. This can also be served along with chapati or paratha as well.
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