Aloo Doodhi Matar Sabzi

Serving aloo puri for breakfast or snacks works for my little one. He likes his sabzi with tangy flavour. Eventually this became a go to snack on weekends.

I often slip in a couple of vegetables that can be camouflaged. Red pumpkin and bottle gourd are the options.

The 3rd in series of cooking snacks for kids with some veggies slipped in as part of the cooking carnival.





Ingredients
4-5 potatoes boiled, peeled and cubed
1 cup bottle gourd  peeled and chopped
1 cup green peas 
2 tspn ginger paste
2 tomato pureed 
1 tspn green chilli paste 
1 tspn red chilli powder
1 tspn turmeric powder
1 tspn dry mango powder/  amchur
1 tspn coriander cumin seeds powder
salt to taste
Oil to cook
Method
1) In a pan heat some oil. Add mustard seeds and let it crackle. Add some asafoetida.
2) Add ginger paste, tomato puree and let it cook.
3) Add all the dry powders and some water. Let it cook down, add some water.
4) After 5-7 min, add the peas and let it cook
5) Add the chopped bottle gourd, let it simmer for few minutes
6) Add the chopped potatoes and let it cook down
7) Garnish with fresh coriander leaves



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14 responses to “Aloo Doodhi Matar Sabzi

  1. Mothers are always smarter. A nice way to make kids eat veggies

  2. Haha nice snack Pradnya and would live to have this snack.

  3. If there is potato, kids would never notice any other vegetable in the masala. This sounds like a delicious meal..

  4. Aaloo dudhi is a nice dish to cheat kids but kids are smarter these days , my two year old just spits it out ! Lucky you 😊

  5. Aaloo dudhi looks excellent to enjoy a plate of this ultimate dish anytime, my mouth is watering here to see that matar subzi.

  6. Good one, Pradnya. So much of drama to make the kids eat some veggies 🙂 I guess the kids these days are a tough lot!

  7. never combined aloo and doodhi.. very nice.

  8. lauki definitely needs a camouflage, even for me sometimes 🙂 that combo with Puris sounds v interesting Pradnya 🙂

  9. I sometimes add aloo in doodhi curry but never tried them in gravy.Looks delicious.

  10. Both my boys are crazy about doodhi and beg me to make it every week. This is one another dish I can make for them.

  11. Nice when you can get the little ones to eat all right..this is a wonderful combo…

  12. I make kootu with lauki, never knew it can be made delicious side to roti, will try this next time!!

  13. Lol does Lil one know he has a smart mother? Great way to sneak in veggies.

  14. Love the idea of sneaking in bottle gourd to aloo curry.

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