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Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Dum Aaloo | Baby Potatoes in Almond-Yogurt based Gravy

Visit www.foodomania.com for the recipe & step by step pictures.
Link to this recipe - http://foodomania.com/dum-aloo-baby-potatoes-yogurt-gravy/

45 comments:

  1. yum yum!! dum aloo goes very well with pooris!!
    Thanks for visiting my blog, will be great if u can participate too. :)

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  2. These look really great, better than what they serve in the restaurants (no oil layer floating on top). Great job!

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  3. Perfectly made Kavi. I'm not getting any updates of your space in my reading list. Is something wrong with your feed.

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  4. looks amazing ! pass me that bowl of veggies with some Rotis :-)


    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds

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  5. Dum aloo looks absolutely divine and highly inviting..

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  6. Mmmm...Looks so creamy and delicious...Mouthwatering

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  7. Dham Aloo is book marked....looking very very yummy..I never tried this.....must try..thanks for sharing such a lovely recipe.....and thanks for the wishes.. will like my post to ur event..

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  8. Very tempting gravy!!! A Perfect Combo for Indian Breads!!!!

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  9. What a great post and a great dish. Looks delicious. We have a fantastic Kahlua Cinnamon Cocoa. Come on over and try it out. While you are there be sure to check out the Southern Fried Women post and enter to win a great Christmas present from the author!

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  10. Very elobrated description about the recipe coming to the curry the picture itself says how yummy it is def will try this recipe

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  11. Dum Aloo looks absolutely delicious. Yum yUm!

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  12. Wow wow wow.. wonderfully done kavi. It is pulling me. I just want to grab from the monitor.

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  13. Delicious gravy! Nice stepwise pictures.

    Thanks for stopping by in my blog! Happy to follow you! :)

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  14. looks yum; our family fav and vardhini as rajnikanth of bloggywood is amusing !

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  15. hi just registered ,, tina

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  16. Wow Kavi, the dish looks excellent and nice step by step clicks. Perfect party food too.

    Thanks for your kind words Kavi .. I am just a beginner who has tons and tons of miles to go in this blogging world :)

    Vardhini
    Event: Sinful Delights
    Event: Stuffed Paratha

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  17. This looks amazing.. Great recipe : )) I LOVE it... I would LOVE for you to Please stop in and share/link via my Pin Inspirational Party happening today : )) *SOO pin Worthy!!* THANK YOU.. Wishing you an amazing rest of the week.. ~ Marilyn<--newest HAPPY follower here. http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/2011/12/hello-artsy-friends-stopping-in-today.html

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  18. amazing! restaurant dum aloo put me off because of the oil floating on top. this looks wonderful!

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  19. lovely dum aloo! i havent made these in a while.. potatoes are such a versatile vegetable!

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  20. Slurp!! What a flavorful dish:-) Lovely pictorial..I love dum aloo..but totally hate peeling the little potatoes..it takes ages for me:-(

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  21. Kavi, there s an award for you at my blog do collect it and yes i just bought a bag of baby potatoes to make this

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  22. had been thinking of making dum aloo and bang...u hv posted the recipe...the addition of almonds is new and deftly makes the dish rich and creamy...wld love to try this version...

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  23. delicious looking combination looks wonderful

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  24. love this version of shallow frying the aloo

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  25. Great blog...loved your non food posts too.
    Aloo dum is a fave recipe in every Indian household but this version looks so special. With almonds i would love to try this.

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  26. Nicely explaned with piks... Thanks for the recipe..

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  27. you have a beautiful blog and such step by step clicks are a great thing to achieve. love this dum aloo recipe.

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  28. Looks fantastic & yummy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  29. these look so delicious! I love potatoes and can just imagine what they would taste like here! Wonderful!

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  30. wow!!Delicious & mouthwatering dish...now the recipe is in my mind,will try this way next time when I cook potatoes....

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