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Mathura Ke Dubki Wale Aloo | How to make Dubki Wale Aloo

>>  Thursday, September 15, 2016

Dubki Wale Aloo is delicious UP style spicy potato curry served especially for breakfast in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Apart from being served in breakfast, Dubki wale aloo along with poori makes a way to an elaborate vegetarian meal during marriages in villages.You can relish this curry during fasts as it is no onion no garlic curry. Dubki Wale Aloo can also be served with your favourite parathas and phulkas too. It is very easy to make, loaded with flavours and spices. Let’s go through how to make this lip-smacking curry in minutes…

Next on the list of gravies I have a delicious Mathura Ke Dubki Wale Aloo. I read about this gravy for the first time when I did the theme on Cooking from a TV Soap. I had selected Iss Pyar Ko Kya Naam Doon, one of the iconic soaps I have ever come across. While the show was a romantic one, the food was the highlight I would say. The family is from Lucknow and they talk so much about Awadhi Cuisine and in general about the food that's so famous in Lucknow. In one of the episodes, they mention about Mathura Ke Aloo and Bedmi Poori. 

I have so many versions of Bedmi Pooris cooked. Since I have to rely on the source that claims the recipe, I do not claim the authenticity of the recipe. Simply that we have enjoyed the meal in the end. Even those who claim that their recipe is authentic, it will confine to their particular recipe alone. What the street side vendor makes is a best-kept secret, unless they share it with you.

Anyway while doing that theme, I wanted to make that Mathura Ke Aloo, I ended up making Aloo Matar Sabji Katti Dal, Jeera Rice Bedmi Pooris . I guess I didn't really search well for this Mathura ke aloo. I ended up here while searching for something and then I realised I should've searched it differently. So I have another inspiration for this Aloo and I wanted to make Bedmi Poori along with it.


Sometime ago Vaishali had sent me a packet of Bedmi Poori Flour, where everything is already mixed and the flour was just to be kneaded and made into pooris. So sweet of her and I was so happy having that packet. I finally remembered that and used the ready to use flour to make the Bedmi pooris to go along with Mathura Ke Dubki Wale Aloo. The combination was truly memorable!

The aloo recipe is almost like the many aloo recipes that I have cooked before. Yet it is different and the combination makes it different too. I had the feeling I get when I end up baking a chocolate cake. Same ingredients, different measurement, style and the taste changes. I also had this problem when I had made the Indian Food Odsedyy. Each state specified its special with some aloo. In the end, I felt if I was doing a state special or aloo special. I never ever thought one day I might actually end up doing Potato all 26 days.

Anyway, check out this version that was so delicious!


 


Mathura Ke Dubki Wale Aloo

Ingredients Needed:

Medium Potatoes - 3 to 4 

Large tomato puree - 1 cup / 1 large
Roasted Coriander powder - 1 2 tsp
Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder a pinch
Amchoor - 1/2 tsp
Ginger grated - 1 tsp
Fenugreek seeds, slightly crushed - 1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
Whole dried red chillies, broken - 4 to 5 
Kasuri methi - 1 tbsp
A pinch of Hing
Oil - 2 tsp

How to make the Mathura Ke Dubki Wale Aloo

MW the potatoes for 5 mins Soak and peel the skin.

In a nonstick pan heat oil. Add cumin seeds and broken chillies, saute for a min.

Next add crushed methi seeds and hing.

Now add grated ginger and fry for few secs. Add tomato puree and saute on high heat for a while. 

Then add all the spice powders and combine well. 

Add potatoes and gently mix. Add about 3 cups of water and bring to boil. Cook till you get the consistency you want.

Finally, add Kasuri methi and remove

Serve hot with Bedmi pooris or of your choice.




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11 comments :

Usha September 15, 2016 at 12:52 AM  

Oh Valli, you made my day!! You don't know how happy you made me by just mentioning the show name!! I was so over joyed and could not even concentrate on the write up. With great difficult read the write up and jumped to the comment section. That is one of my favorite shows and you would not believe how many times I watched it online. The show is being re-telecasted for the second time here in US, first on LikeOK couple of years ago and now on Star Plus. Despite watching it numerous times, I religiously watch it every afternoon. I remember the mathura ki aloo episode very well.

When we did Indian Cooking Odyssey I made aloo ki pakodi for UP following the recipe from the show but didn't post it though. I ended up posting jalebi and when I shared the link on FB, all my FB friends who knew about my craze for this show commented saying I was missing KKGSR. Though that was not the reason why I did jalebi. Sorry, I have gone off topic here but you see how crazy I am about that show!!

Suma Gandlur September 15, 2016 at 4:12 AM  

Any potato dish is yummy in my world and this dubkiwali version aloo sounds spicy and delicious.

vaishali sabnani September 15, 2016 at 6:54 AM  

Lip smacking aaloo ! The UP cuisine has amazing flavors and these flavors tadte best when cooking potatoes . Even i have made these but I truly like your version .
I'm glad the bedmi flour has finally been used , reminds me even I have my last packet .

Gayathri Kumar September 15, 2016 at 8:50 AM  

That is a nice combination of aloo and bedmi puri. The gravy looks very creamy. Need to try this for breakfast..

Kalyani September 15, 2016 at 5:00 PM  

OMG ! didn't even know this TV serial existed :-)) lats few years have been an excess of Pogo / cartoon network channel at my place :)) the Aloo curry is something I remember tasting in Lucknow, didn't recall the name !

Harini-Jaya R September 16, 2016 at 5:54 AM  

Cannot relate tot he TV serial but my folks will definitely love this gravy!

Nalini's Kitchen September 17, 2016 at 1:03 AM  

Must be a flavorful potato curry with all those spices..

Priya Suresh September 18, 2016 at 12:54 PM  

Love the colour of this delicious dish, quite an interesting dish to give a try, even i dunno about this soap, might check in google to know more about. Am very poor when its comes to Hindi soaps.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan September 19, 2016 at 6:43 AM  

wow.. this subzi looks great and that flour sounds amazing.. very nice valli

Sandhya Ramakrishnan September 29, 2016 at 8:48 AM  

I am now definitely tempted to watch this show and after reading Usha;s comment, I am going to bug her for the details on how to watch here. The subzi looks delicious and I love all of these recipes for its simplicity.

Smruti Shah September 29, 2016 at 11:28 PM  

I am going to make this soon. I have been seeing this with bedmi puri all over FB lately :) Your version looks fantastic!!

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