Potato & Peas Curry Without Onions
Aloo Matar Rasedar, Bina Pyaz Ke
This is a popular vegetarian dish in North India, made without onions more often than not. Until not that long ago, most people in India, at least northern India, cooked everyday vegetable curries and bhajies without onion and garlic. Only ginger was added. India still has a significant number of people that do not eat onions and garlic, because they are considered Tamsik foods. Proportion of potatoes and peas are approximate guide only. You can make it without adding peas. Serves 4-6.
According to Ayurveda, Satvik foods are the fresh, healthy, non-stimulating foods, good for health. Rajasik foods are tasty, spicy, starchy, stimulating food, poor in nutrients, deficient in fiber. Tamasik are stale or preserved, not fresh foods, irritating foods, may result in unhealthy mind and body.
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