Jeera aloo

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Jeera aloo
Jeera Aloo served with sprouts and dal.
Jeera aloo with sprouts and dal.
TypeFried
CourseSide dish
Place of originIndia
Region or stateIndian subcontinent
Serving temperatureHot
Main ingredientsPotatoes, cumin seeds, Indian spices
A fusion-style Jeera Aloo in Poland, garnished with parsley.

Jeera Aloo is a typical vegetarian Indian dish which is often served as a side dish and normally goes well with hot puris,[1] chapatti, roti or dal. Its main ingredients are potatoes (aloo), cumin seeds (jeera)[1] and Indian spices. Other ingredients are red chili powder, ginger, coriander powder, curry leaves, vegetable oil and salt. In its traditional form the dish is not hot, but it could be spiced up by adding powdered cayenne pepper. Other variations of the dish make use of sweet potatoes instead of regular ones.

Jeera aloo is popular as a bachelors’ dish because it is one of the easiest and fastest Indian recipes and it takes less than 20 minutes to be prepared. It is also broadly consumed during fasting days as it is a strict vegetarian dish.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ a b Dalal, T. (2007). Punjabi Khana. Sanjay & Company. p. 43. ISBN 978-81-89491-54-3.

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