Monday, August 22, 2011

Janmashtami Celebration with Poori and Spiced Stir fried Potato

Wish all the readers of Asan Khana Happy Shri Krishna Janmashtami
Sharing with you all Janmashtami Jhanki pic decorated at my mothers place
I did this simple rangoli for the festival

and prepared meal of Poori and Aloo Sabzi

Recipe name - Spiced potatoes/Masaledar aloo/Heeng Jeera wale aloo
Recipe source cook book
Preparation time 30 mins
Cooking time 15 mins
Boiled potato six
dried red chili three
ginger chopped one fourth inch
cumin seed one tsp
asafoetida pinch
red chili powder half tsp
turmeric powder one fourth tsp
grounded pomegranate seed powder one tbsp
salt as per taste
oil to cook

Heat oil in non stick wok
lower the flame and add asafoetida and cumin seeds
once it starts spluttering add ginger and dried red chili
fry for a minute and add boiled potato followed by
salt,red chili powder ,turmeric powder and pomegranate seeds powder
keep stirring till everything mixes together
fry for 5 to 7 minutes
serve warm with pooris.

Thats all friends,take care,see you all soon
Linking this post to
Weekly wrap up 45 at Colours Dekor.


Indian Khana said...

That's like some celebration ....nice rangoli

Deepthi Shankar said...

Lovely decoration. Hope you had a great time

AJ said...

Janamashtami greetings to you too!!

Uma said...

Happy Janmashtami!!

Torviewtoronto said...

yummy looking potatoes

Raks said...

Great way to celebrate,looks like a lot of effort! :)

Jeyashris Kitchen said...

nice celebration and cute rangoli

Priya Suresh said...

Beautiful celebration,seems u had a wonderful feast..

Lakshmi said...

Woow, you decked up the place like brindavan? woow that's wonderful. Food looks yummy too

Anonymous said...

oh my!! lovely celebrations.. The spicy alloo.. looks yumm!! :-)

Nithya said...

Beautiful celebration :)

Unknown said...

wow...great celebration....

Kalyani said...

Wonderful celebration ...

khushi said...

the best way to celebrate....reminds me of my childhood days
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Bong Mom said...

I like your Rangoli and I love these hing wale aloo

Bombay Foodie said...

Poori aloo is my favorite breakfast :)