Dry Aloo Palak Recipe is an easy to make side dish recipe made from potatoes and spinach. It goes really well along with rice, roti, puri or paratha.
The world is becoming smaller and smaller. The distance between countries and people living in those countries are also shrinking.
One of the biggest examples is these “rose days”, “teddy days” etc. that we celebrate in India these days. Until a few years back we didn’t know about Thanksgiving or, Black Fridays and Cyber Mondays.
But these days, stores in India are giving discounts on their products as part of a Black Friday / Cyber Monday promotions.
While a lot of this can be attributed to technology which has shrunk distances, some of this is also a straight result of the marketing strategy of these big brands.
Guess who benefits the most on all of these rose days, father’s day etc?
It’s the flower stores, gift stores, restaurants, movie halls etc. And that is why you see all of them doing a lot of promotions on these days.
Nevertheless, whatever be the reason for them becoming popular, I look at it as an opportunity to meet and greet people.
In this busy life of ours, when we cannot find time for ourselves, we completely forget about everybody else in our lives.
These occasions at least give us a reason to walk upto those people who we tend to ignore, and tell them that we love them and that we care for them.
You can call that as an excuse and it is true that you shouldn’t need a day to celebrate somebody in your life. Yet somewhere I think, it helps to remind us about those important people in our lives.
What’s your thought? Do comment below and let me know.
BTW, did you shop during this Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale?
I did buy some things. Some were tools and resources for my online business and some household items as well.
If you are into blogging or, any other online business, then this is a good opportunity to pick up things that you need at decent discounts.
A couple of my favorite ones are below –
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I also happened to order some nice household items from Aliexpress. I love them for 2 reasons – the many options and varieties that you have and secondly, the excellent service that I get from them. You can check out some of the items in the deals here.
Dry Aloo Palak Recipe – Dry Potato and Spinach Recipe
Aloo Palak recipe is a combination of potatoes and spinach. Addition of garlic in this recipe gives a very unique flavor. I prefer using mustard oil and panchphoran this recipe since it enhances the taste of this recipe.
Dry aloo palak goes really well along with roti, puri or paratha. I also love to have dry aloo palak recipe along with rice and Moru Curry.
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Dry Aloo Palak Recipe
- 500 gm Spinach chopped
- 2 Potato medium, cubed
- 1 Onion medium, chopped
- 5-6 Garlic pods, crushed
- 2-3 Green Chilli chopped
- 1/2 tsp Panch Phoran/Cumin Seeds
- 1 tsp Turmeric Powder
- Red Chilli Powder to taste
- Salt to taste
- 4-5 tbsp Mustard Oil/ Vegetable Oil
- Heat oil in a pan.
- Add panch phoran and let them splutter.
- Now add garlic and green chili. Fry them for few minutes.
- Add onion, turmeric, and salt to it and fry until golden brown.
- Now add potatoes to it and fry until it gets cooked but not mushy.
- Now it's time to add chopped palak and saute on a medium flame until the leaves wilt.
- When the moisture evaporates turn off the stove.
- Serve aloo palak along wit roti, chapati, paratha or rice.
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