navratri has begun and i would like to share a simplest recipe with all you wonderful folks. the recipe of jeera aloo. easy to make and easy to serve.
i love all the fasting food that is prepared during the vrat season and usually i would end up making these. a few recipes, i have already posted like:
the last two dishes of dry kala chana and saffron halwa is made in our house on the last day for the kanjak ceremony. both the sookha kala chana and suji halwa are served with pooris.
i had a few more recipes that are made during the fasting period, but unfortunately all that data was lost when my laptop crashed. and i haven’t been able to make those recipes again, as i did not get some of the ingredients like water chestnut flour (singhare ka atta) and buckwheat flour (kuttu ka atta) where i was living before.
the jeera aloo, during the fast is had with buckwheat flour pooris. otherwise, normally you have it with wheat flour pooris or chapatis or parathas.
so for now lets begin with the jeera aloo recipe.