- n. potato
- From Hindustani आलू / آلو, from Sanskrit आलू (ālū), said to mean the edible root of Amorphophallus paeoniifolius var. campanulatum. (Wiktionary)
“In many restaurants, saag aloo is a very creamy dish, with pureed, somewhat overcooked spinach in a somewhat spicy dairy-based sauce, with chunks of boiled white potato dotted throughout.”
“Weird that in Hindi, aloo is not plum, but potato.”
“Maybe it's called aloo poshto - because of the poppy seeds? not sure. i may be wrong. but really what's in a name?”
“Meera these burgers are healthy and wow you made a patti with just one small aloo, that is something for me, I cant resist dropping in a coupla more!”
“(beads), shoongowyaloo (big beads), etc. Persons are named usually after some animate or inanimate object, and in repeating to you their own or some one else's name they usually affix the word aloo, as ishuark is a black salmon and also a man's name, but in mentioning the name they always say Ishuark-aloo, though such ceremony is not indulged in on ordinary occasions.”
“At Spice Fusion, the kati roll is for take-out only and they offer four different options for fillings: chicken, lamb, aloo (potato), and paneer (cheese).”
“Blondie and Brownie are big fans of two of the Friday specials at Minar (on 46th btw. 5+6th) … a cilantro chicken (which was highly recommended on Menupages) and their dum aloo (a potato curry.)”
“The food is mainly Gujarati and though there are lots of familiar dishes on the menu samosa, biriyani, aloo gobi, this is proper regional Indian cuisine – a cut above the usual brown-mess curry fare.”
“On the working side, everyone's got their own business in India whether it's selling chole baturas or aloo tikkas on the side of the road or something else.”
“The hearty, cheap and delicious street food treats like chole (fiery chickpea curry) with puri (fried bread), aloo tikki (potato croquettes stuffed with spices and served with mint, tamarind and yogurt) and a multitude of various savory chaat snacks.”
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Culinary terms from Pakistan, Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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