Usually when we offer a meal to god / goddess with our respect and devotion, we call it 'Bhog' / 'prosad' . In any 'bhoger prosad' this 'aloor dom' is a must with 'khichdi and chutney'. This recipe is without onion and garlic, that's why I mentioned 'niramish'. During monsoon you can also enjoy this with khichuri, beguni and chutney or in weekend breakfast make some 'luchi' / poori with this curry. We, Bengalis love these combos. Whenever you arrange your next 'puja' in your home, don't forget to put this item in your 'bhog' / 'prasad'. I have already posted some other 'dum aloo' recipe also. Try this in your kitchen and you will love it.