Aloo di sabji is the best comfort food you could ask for.
It doesn’t matter what the temperature, season, or day looks like, aloo puri is the PERFECT brunch treat, or pick me up comfort food. Aloo di sabji is warm, hearty, and so incredibly flavorful. The puri is fluffy, crisp, and chewy. The veggies are fresh, and the raita (not pictured above) is soothing and cooling. It is the most quintessential and authentic Punjabi dish.
This recipe is tried and true, and you may say, who starts a cooking site just to say, “Hello, my food is shit.” But I mean it is tried and true in the sense that this is the same recipe that my family has made for 3 generations. Being Punjabi, I take wild offense to “authentic Punjabi” anything that then turns out to be a pile of poo. We do not use curry leaves in Punjab, we import coconut milk, so it’s not a go to, and we have no clue what the hell to do with anything Bengali. So similarly, don’t fall prey to basic bitches and their PSL obsessions. I almost feel the need to insert a be Punjab buy Punjab sticker. Instead I’ll say authentic Punjabi recipes are hearty, satiating, and meaty by the very nature of the base masala. Perfect for brunch, lunch, or a cozy comfort food.
A couple more authentic Punjabi brunchie brunches:
6 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories323
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Saturated Fat 1.6g 8%
- Sodium 69mg 3%
- Potassium 1601mg 46%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 10.3g 42%
- Sugars 9.6g
- Protein 7.7g 16%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.