Nepali Food Pickles: Aloo Ko Achar

Sangita Karki By Sangita Karki, 6th Oct 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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One of the popular Nepalese food. One who likes to have sour and little more hot spicy stuff can try this.

Aloo Ko Achar

Nepali Food Pickles: Aloo Ko Achar

Aloo ko Achar is one of the popular dish (salad) in Nepal.

Ingredients

Potato — 2 lbs (or how much you want or need?)

Cooking oil –half a cup

Sesame seeds– half a cup

Fenugreek seeds (Methi) – Some

Turmeric powder — 1/5 spoon

Green chilies – according to your taste

Lemon juice — according to your taste

Coriander leaves– few

Salt- according to your taste

Instructions

1. Boil potatoes, peel it and chop into quarters

2. Roast sesame seeds (Teel) (half cup) on a pan till it turns light brown and starts crackling. Then grind it.

3. In a bowl, combine potatoes, turmeric, salt, ground sesame seeds, lemon juice.

4. Heat half cup of oil in frying pan and add about some Methi seeds till it turns dark brown. Then, add cut green chilies (of your taste) till it turns light green.

5. Pour the mixture of oil, methi and chilies into the bowl. Mix them thoroughly with some water.

6. At last, Garnish with fresh chopped coriander leaves

Try with Chapatti and Rice (as pickle)..

Enjoy the food!!

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author avatar Sanu Shrestha
6th Oct 2012 (#)

hmm missing it..

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author avatar Maharjan.S
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Me too, will surely have it next summer after going back to Nepal.

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author avatar Sweata
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Sangita d u made me miss it..

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author avatar Sabina
6th Oct 2012 (#)

:((

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author avatar Pabitra
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Lovely post Sangita!

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author avatar Lovelythoughts
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Sounds tasty Sangita! When are you planning to invite me?

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author avatar Ms Christina
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Really, When are you planning to invite us for this tasty dish?

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Thanks Sangita. Simple but yummy. And what more, useful to me - vegetarian! Now I have to persuade my wife, the hard part. I am lazy to cook but eating comes easy! siva

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author avatar Sangita Karki
7th Oct 2012 (#)

Thank you Siva ji. Thats okay I think she wont regret for accomplishing the hardest part.. :)

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author avatar vpaulose
8th Oct 2012 (#)

Yummy. I want to try.

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author avatar Denise O
10th Oct 2012 (#)

Sounds just tasty and very easy. Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar vpaulose
12th Nov 2012 (#)

Again here to wish you a Happy Diwali, dear Sangita.

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author avatar Retired
29th Dec 2012 (#)

Thanks for the insight, success for your article

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