Tandoori Aloo

baby-potatoes-tandoori-alooIf you love potatoes, you will surely cherish this delicious version of Tandoori Aloo which is easy to make and extremely satisfying to eat! Small baby potatoes marinated in a yogurt-spice blend, then oven-roasted for a light appetizer or side dish that can accompany any main course; this recipe is an instant winner! Check out the star ingredient – Mr. Huda’s Tandoori spice paste, which renders special flavor to this, or any other Tandoori recipe! Be sure to check out several other spice and herb mixes that can make your cooking simpler and tastier!

[Recipe and photo courtesy of Mr.Huda’s Spice Mixes]

Note: This particular dish is best to be left to marinate for at least 1/2 -1 hour before cooking. Once marinated for the best result cook in a preheated hot oven in a roasting tray covered or alternatively under a grill for a clay oven-baked taste.

Ingredients
8 small baby potatoes
6 tsp Huda’s Tandoori Paste (or tandoori masala)
2 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
5 tbsp yogurt
1 tsp turmeric
Fresh coriander

Method
Stage 1
1. Cut the potatoes into quarters.
2. Par boil the potatoes with the tumeric and salt and then drain.
3. When cooled, prick the potatoes (all sides) in several places with fork tines.
4. Mix the required amount of Mr Huda’s Tandoori Paste, oil, yogurt, coriander and in a bowl.
5. Put the potatoes in the bowl and mix well in to the marinade (use disposable glove when mixing, as to prevent staining your hand).
6. Leave to marinate.

Stage 2
1. Spread the potatoes in the roasting tray with all the excess marinade and cover.
2. Preheat the oven and then roast the potatoes until cooked, turning once.

Once cooked, garnish with fresh salad, lemon wedges, coriander and serve with mint and tamarind yogurt sauce.

Related Recipes:
Paneer Chili
Tandoori Paneer Tikka
Achari Paneer Tikka Wraps


Comments

  1. Hi RK,

    yes, regular Tandoori masala should work fine; I myself use Shaan BBQ masala most of the times, without compromising on the taste or the color!:)

  2. Tandoori aloo looks great. Do you know if store bought tandoori masala will yield such good results or is it best to make the masala fresh at home since Mr. Huda's is not available in the US? Pls comment, thanks.

  3. hello,
    intresting blog.. mouth watering recipes… love alooossss.. yummmmm!!!!! gonna try this soon.. thanx for sharing..
    cheers!!

  4. Nice blog. you have a variety of recipes added in your blog. I enjoyed many of those.

  5. these are simply my favorite snack…soooo delicious!

  6. hi,
    wow I love aloo’s in any form.Tandoori aloo is a keeper recipe thanks 🙂
    TC

  7. I have some tandoori masala and will give this a try. I love potatoes but I find that of late we are got getting good quality potatoes here (all imported of course)

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