Tilwale Aloo Palak

This is recipe is from sanjeev kapoor. Its simple &  best to take for lunch boxes. Suitable with phulkas and roti's...



  • Palak Leaves / Spinach - 3 cups (Finely chopped)
  • Aloo / Potato - 2 Cups (Boiled & Grated or Chopped)
  • Salt to taste
  • Curds / Yogurt / Dahi - 1/2 ladle
  • Dhaniya Powder / Coriander Powder - 2 tsp
  • Jeera Powder / Cumin Powder - 2 tsp
  • Haldhi / Turmeric - 1/4 tsp
  • Green chillies - 4
  • Hing / Asafoetida - 1/4 tsp
  • Jeera Seeds / Cumin Seeds - 2 tsp
  • Roasted Til / Sesame Seeds - 4 tsp
  • Oil - 5 tsp
Method
  1. Heat oil in a pan, Add jeera seeds, green chillies, hing, aloo, and salt & Stir.
  2. Add Palak & Cover the lid to cook them.
  3. Add turmeric, dhaniya powder, jeera powdeer, dahi, stir fry
  4. Add roasted sesame seeds & Mix well
  5. Transfer to serving bowl.
Ready to serve hot

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35 comments

Dhivya said...

never made this one..looks yummy and simple too..must try

Cham said...

The green is so tempting :) Nice pair of veg..

Vani said...

Oooh, wow! Til must give it a nice flavor too!

Asha said...

Makes a healthy yummy dish, great combination of sesame, palak and aloo!:)

kamala said...

Nice healthy dish.I will try it soon.I am a new blogger.Pls visit my blog

Kalai said...

Have never tried sesame seeds with potato and spinach before. Sounds wonderful!

Namratha said...

Interesting recipe and good combo of veggies Vanamala, looks delicious!

bee said...

this looks totally, lipsmackingly good. it will also be great with methi or amaranth, i'm guessing.

Red Chillies said...

Oh wow, this is such a nice recipe Mala. A good change from the usual Aloo Palak.

TBC said...

That sounds very good, Vanamala. Never tried aloo with til before.

Sagari said...

adding till is a nice idea ,curry looks yummmm

y said...

I would love to try the recipe and the rotis next to the aloo palak also look good. Which atta/flour did you use?
Y

Coffee said...

I also made this! And its delicious! :)

LG said...

til, aloo and palak-umm.. must try this combo! Looks delicious in the pic.

easycrafts said...

Interesting Combi...will try soon

Sia said...

dont we adore sanjeev kapoor?? :) looks delicious mala...

sowmya said...

looks delicious. i have a similar recipe in my blog using baby potatoes but no palak.

Cynthia said...

I love your new header and the aloo palak looks very appetizing.

Happy cook said...

Yumm yumm you may give me ths whol plate for me ;-)

Uma said...

Wonderful aloo palak! Love the title too.

Vanamala said...

Dear friends

Thank you so much for your wonderful comments :)....

-vanamala

Saswati said...

just the look of green makes you feel so healthy....yummy looking dish.

Seema said...

hats a new one, adding Til to Palak & Aloo. Nice recipe Mala!

Bharathy said...

Vanamala,this is a MUST try dish..will surely give a shot!

Jayashree said...

That is one iron-rich curry....looks good.

vandana rajesh said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. You have a lovely green recipe here and the kids roundup recipes too look real tempting. Would try some of the dishes for my daughter. Looking forward to your next event.

ANJALI J. said...

hey thanks.. nice recipes!!

Meera said...

Looks awesome!!

Mansi Desai said...

that looks pretty interesting V..nice combination of flavors:)

Laavanya said...

The til must make it slightly crunchy and give it a lot of flavour.. nice.

AnuSriram said...

Looks gr8! Easy recipe! Thanks for the tip.

Prema Sundar said...

I have not made aloo with palak... picture looks tempting .. have bookmarked this. will try it out and let u know. thanks for the recipe.

Roopa said...

Hi vanamala,I will make this today and let you know, i have lot of swiss chard in my fridge which i want to finish off. this dish seems perfect for tht:) and I am adding you to my blogroll:) in the "Blogs I keep visiting" section:)

Raaga said...

this looks so simple and easy! yet tasty!!!

Andhra Flavors said...

i used to prepare this dish. but your dish looks wonderful.