Bihari Karela And Aloo Ki Sabzi Recipe
Bihari Karela And Aloo Ki Sabzi, a simple and easy to make sabzi which you can make for your everyday meals. Serve it along with Palak Dal, Phulkas and Jeera Rice for an everyday meal.
Bihari Karela And Aloo Ki Sabzi Recipe, a healthy side dish which can be relished by everyone. It is a popular Bihari side dish which is prepared on a daily basis in all the households. In this, the main spice used is panch phoran masala which makes the sabzi even more flavourful and delicious.
Did you know - Karela or Bitter gourd has so many benefits on its own. Blood sugar levels are controlled if you consume bitter gourd on the regular basis. It also handles your cholesterol and keeps the kidney clean.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Karela Recipes such as
- 4 Karela (Bitter Gourd/ Pavakkai)
- 2 Potatoes (Aloo) , diced
- 3 Onions , sliced
- 2 teaspoon Panch Phoran Masala
- Mustard oil , as required
- Salt , to taste
- 1 teaspoon Red chilli powder
- 1/2 teaspoon Turmeric powder (Haldi)
How to make Bihari Karela And Aloo Ki Sabzi Recipe
To begin with Bihari Karela And Aloo Ki Sabzi Recipe, firstly slice the karela/bitter gourd in thin slices. Add 1 teaspoon oil to the sliced karela and leave it for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes squeeze all the liquid from bitter gourd and drain them.
In a kadhai, take mustard oil and fry karelas till mildly browned, this might take about 7-8 minutes. Take out the karela's from the oil and keep aside.
In the same oil fry potatoes till half cooked. Remove from heat and keep aside.
In a kadhai or heavy bottom pan, heat oil and add the panch phoran seeds to it. Fry for 2 minutes and add sliced onions to it, fry till translucent. Add salt, turmeric, chili powder and fried karela and aloo to it. Cook till aloo and karela are done.
Your Bihari Karela And Aloo Ki Subzi is ready to be served, transfer it to a serving bowl.
Monika is ex-IT person turned into a Food Blogger, Consultant, Home Baker and an Amatuer Food Photographer. From one role to many, she feels it's been an exciting journey. She is also the author of the hugely popular food blog "Sin-A-Mon Tales" in which she shares her reviews, recipes and food stories from her travels and childhood. She also writes for many online websites and publications. She is also an avid reader, an obsessive traveller and is always looking for food history and culture.