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Aloo Bharta – Indian Mashed Potatoes

August 18 2015 Vegan Richa 

Aloo Bharta – Indian Mashed Potatoes
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Aloo Bharta, Bhorta, Chokha, bhaate are various names of similar mashed potato dish from different regions in India (from Bengal, Rajasthan, Bihar and other states). Mashed Potatoes are spiced and flavored depending on the the region, state, family, personal preference and served as side with dals and rice.  These mashed potatoes are lightly spiced, generally flavored with mustard oil. They are generally not made creamy with milk or butter or served with gravy. They are just spiced mashed potatoes. Often they are served as a scoop or ball for portion control. I mean mashed potatoes, in any form are addictive. You can also add some cumin, cayenne and garam masala to your favorite mashed potato recipe for a creamy spiced version.  This recipe uses mustard oil. You can use any other neutral oil and add ground mustard to taste. Or temper mustard seeds in hot oil until the seeds begin to pop and use the oil to flavor the potatoes. You can also use sweet potatoes. To use up leftover aloo bharta, shape into patties and pan fry over medium heat to serve as snack or breakfast. Continue reading: Aloo Bharta – Indian Mashed PotatoesThe post Aloo Bharta – Indian Mashed Potatoes appeared first on Vegan Richa.

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