Aloogadi Pallya Bread: How to make Aloogadi Pallya Recipe2017-06-23
- Cuisine: Indian Recipes, South Indian Recipes
- Course: Bread Recipes, Evening Special, Recipes for Babies ( 10 to 12 months), Veg Recipes
- Skill Level: 30 minutes Recipes, Intermediate
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- Servings : 2
- Prep Time : 5m
- Cook Time : 30m
- Ready In : 35m
Aloogadi Pallya Bread
Aloogadi Pallya is the famous South Indian name for dry potato bhaji or aloo sabzi. Also known as alugadde palya, every South Indian restaurant will have this dish on their menu, usually accompanied by dosa.
Alugadde Palya is so versatile that you can eat it with poori, chapattis or even bread. When it’s served with poori, generally it’s given a gravy or curry form. Masala dosa a crispy rice pancake stuffed and folded with a simple potato onion stir fry is popular down South. Read on more for alugadde palya recipe. There are so many ways in which you can enjoy the tasty combination of aloogadi pallya with bread. Batata Wada from Maharashtra is quite the example for this combination. The potato sabzi usually coats with gram flour, deep fried and sandwiched between bread or paav. It is exceptionally tasty during monsoons.
What is the best thing in Alugadde Palya Recipe?
Our version of toasting Alugadde Palya Bread can be serving with tomato sauce, green chutney or even schezwan sauce. This is extremely easy to make and with simple ingredients, no laborious work is there. Such a preparation of potatoes, onion and tomatoes with mild seasoning of haldi powder and red chili powder can account for a tasty evening snack. You can enjoy this with tea or coffee. What’s best is that you can use the same leftover alugadde palya for dosa the next morning!
If you are health conscious, use whole wheat or brown bread instead of white bread. There is barely anyone who would turn away a potato stuffed dish. Whether it’s a samosa, aloo paratha, aloo gobi, stuffed potato sabzi or batata wada; we know that carbohydrates come in many delicious ways.
At home, we can easily cook Aloogadi pallya bread with the help of the aalu masala and bread mainly also used ghee to cook it.
- Bread - 6 Nos.
- Aalu - 2 Nos.
- Onion - 1 No.
- Tomato - 1 No.
- Haldi powder - 1/4 Tbsp
- Salt - 1/2 Tbsp
- Red chilli powder - 1/4 Tbsp
- Oil - 3 Tbsp
First we ready the masala for allogadi pallya bread which is ready with the help of the boiled aalu, onion, tomato mainly.
Now we take the pair of bread first in plate because allogadi pallya bread is cooked one using one pair of bread.
Now we take a bread in it and fill the ready masala for allogadi pallya bread in it properly and cover it with the help of another bread.
Now we take the toster bread maker and drop the filled pair of bread in it and cook it at the low temperature.
Now with in the few minutes the bread color is change into the brown hence the allogadi pallya bread is ready.
Now we drop out it from the toster bread maker and serve the teaty allogadi pallya bread with tomato catch up and chutneys.