You can easily prepare this delicious curry at home
India is a country which serves varieties of curry recipes all across, some savoury, some sweet, some tangy, some holding a perfect balance of sweet and savour. In India, rice and wheat are staple food and these curries perfectly pair up with both rice and wheat to enhance their flavours. Aloo Matar Curry is a regular at Indian homes, especially in Northern India. This mild, savoury and spicy curry gives the comfort of the home and is a perfect dish to pair along with hot chapatis or phulkas for dinner. This is light for the stomach and is the most favourable meal for dinner along with some salad and pickle.
This naturally sweet legume is commonly found in winters and is a great source of essential vitamins and antioxidants like Vitamin K and C, and folate. It is also rich in manganese and fibre. The high fibre content in them is good for digestion and keeps the stomach clean and prevents bloating and constipation. They are a rich source of iron which prevents the body from anaemia. Vitamin C helps build immunity and gives a glowing skin and the carotenoid pigment called lutein does wonder for eyes. They are low in calories which fills the stomach and could be helpful in weight loss.
Easy to make, this curry is healthy because of the minimum oil and spices used. If made without onion and garlic, this dish can be a perfect satvik food.