Aloo Pitika is a signature dish from Assam and it’s made with mashed potatoes.
Potatoes are mashed and then some basic ingredients are added as flavor enhances. It is served with some rice and sambal; usually as a side dish.
While preparing this it almost feel a like I am making cold mashed potatoes. ? Really it’s true.
But the flavor was out of this world. I mean I am not a fan of eating raw mustard oil so was skeptical in the begining. Make a very small batch with just two potatoes, but within a day in between made it again. My son really liked it as a snack so omitted the green chillies for him?
For this month challenge Assam Cuisine was selected. And it’s a great way of making delicious food that we wouldn’t normally eat or make.
Some cuisines are more famous than others but the gems of recipes in these hidden cuisine are marvellous. I am glad to be a part if this initiative.
I was partner with Shobha Keswani who blogs at Shobha’s Food Mazaa. For this mins theme she made
Please visit her blog to read about this delicious curry.
Directions to make Aloo Pitika-
3-4 large potatoes boiled
1 big red onion sliced lengthwise
1-2 green chillies finely chopped
Salt to taste
2 tbsp mustard oil
2 tbsp fresh coriander chopped
In a deep dish peel and mash the potatoes until no lumps are left.
Now add the finely sliced onion, green chillies and salt. Add the fresh coriander too.
In the end add the oil and mix till it’s full mixed with other ingredients.
Enjoy with as a side dish with your meal. I had already made Kadhi Chawal to serve Pitika with it and our meal was too delicious.
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