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Aloo Phujia

Rated as 4.41 out of 5 Stars
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"Spicy potatoes, tomatoes and onions with an Indian kick! This is super spicy so be aware!"
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Ingredients

30 m servings 235
Original recipe yields 4 servings (4 to 6 servings)

Directions

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  1. Lightly brown onion in oil in a medium size skillet.
  2. Stir in salt, cayenne, turmeric and cumin. Add potatoes and cook 10 minutes stirring occasionally.
  3. Add tomatoes, cover pan and cook until potatoes are soft, about 10 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 235 calories; 14.1 25.7 3.3 0 593 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

I've been making Aloo Phujhi for years and everyone loves it. I always add some cut up sweet peppers, carrots and little broccoli. It gives it nice color. That's how they serve it at my favor...

Most helpful critical review

I tripled the amount of spice and added some green bell pepper. I used canned tomatoes instead of fresh and added some coriander seed and this recipe tasted almost exactly like the aloo subji t...

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I've been making Aloo Phujhi for years and everyone loves it. I always add some cut up sweet peppers, carrots and little broccoli. It gives it nice color. That's how they serve it at my favor...

I really like this recipe. I make it fairly regularly and my husband loves it. The trick is to cook it over medium heat so the potatoes and onions don't burn. You have to cut the potatoes int...

Overall, it tasted good. However I suggest that you should boil the potatoes and remove the peel and then cut them into cubes. This way it takes 3-4 mins for it to be done and the potatoes so...

Excellent indian food, delicious, and spicy, the way i like it! I cooked the diced potatoes in the microwave while sauteing the onion, and added them cooked to the onions and spices, and they so...

I tripled the amount of spice and added some green bell pepper. I used canned tomatoes instead of fresh and added some coriander seed and this recipe tasted almost exactly like the aloo subji t...

Excellent and easy! I didn't find it too spicy at all. Instead of two whole, fresh tomatoes I used a small can of whole tomatoes; I just dumped it all in, tomato juices and all. It seemed to ...

Mother of God, this is HOT! So, why then do I keep going back and sampling it? Because it's awesome! I used light margarine (ICBINB) to saute' the onions on low heat, then added the rest. I di...

This was pretty good, but I had to doctor it up a lot. I doubled all the spices but the salt, but when it was done cooking I had to add salt to it anyway. I also added some butter to this to m...

I love spicy foods, but the cayenne in this dominated everything else. The cumin and turmeric flavors were lost! If I make this again, I'll definitely cut way back on the cayenne. Besides tha...