Potato feast: The Punjabi way!

Punjabis love their potatoes. Potatoes or aloos as they are called, form an important part of any punjabi household’s kitchen. Be it the Aloo Paranthas for breakfast or the vegetable served in the main course (dry/curried) or the fried aloo chaat served as a snack, aloos are an indispensable part of the daily menu.
The other day Skeeter discovered that the humble potato is the most used vegetable in Skeeter’s kitchen as well! Here are some pics….

0 thoughts on “Potato feast: The Punjabi way!”

  1. actually, i hate aaloo too, i avoid it as much as possible, because i may be blessed with many things punjabi, but certainly not a punjabi tummy πŸ™‚

    but looking your pics of the potato salad, the damn aaloo looks delectable! i’m feeling hungry now!

  2. Aaloo, it is strange the there are people in the world who don’t like them. I am absolutely in love with it.
    Good pics. Nicely garnised salad: lime slice with a pinch of jumbled up coriander.Pretty much Indian…
    I am hungry…

  3. Ankur: πŸ˜€ the P connection.. isnt it?
    F.H.: Arre maara maari ki kya zaroorat hai? aise hi le lo kadhai πŸ™‚
    Kulpreet: he he fank fu!!! Yeah even i am surprised that there r ppl who do not like ALOO!!! huh!! nyway..all hv their own buds.. dont they πŸ˜‰

  4. How can anyone not like aloo? I have to say I have come across some no-carbs dieters but no aloo haters on taste reasons…

    Your post made me giggle. Looks like my weekly menu…

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