Saturday, February 16, 2008

Potato Curry with Green Chilly Paste

This is my submission for the event-The Potato Fe(a)st hoasted by DK of culinarybazaar.blogspot.com/2008/01/yet-another-event-potato-feast.html

and for the event-Ode to Potato hosted by Sia of

http://www.monsoonspice.com/2008/01/announcing-ode-to-potato.html

Ingredients:

Boiled potatoes-5 medium sized
Green chillies-6
Curry leaves-a few
Chopped onions-2
Ginger-garlic paste-1 teaspoon
Turmeric powder-a pinch
Grated coconut (fresh)-2 tablespoons
Salt-1 tablespoon
Cumin seeds-1 teaspoon
Oil-2 tablespoons

Method:

  1. Peel the skin of boiled potatoes and cut them into small pieces.
  2. Grind the green chillies, chopped onions, cumin seeds, fresh coconut and curry leaves into a paste.
  3. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the grinded paste until it turns into brown colour.
  4. Add the ginger-garlic paste, turmeric powder, salt and potato pieces.
  5. Mix well and fry it for two minutes on low flame. Add ¼ cup of water and let it cook for four minutes.
  6. Once the curry becomes thick, turn off the stove. Serve hot with plain rice and rasam. You can serve it with rotis too.

Note: Since we are using green chillies, the curry appears light green in colour.

18 comments:

Menu Today said...

Hi Vijay,
This curry will go well with Rotis, Rice etc, looking nice, thanks for sharing.

Asha said...

YUMMY! I love the color Vijaya, great entry!:)

Kalai said...

This sounds soooo good! Green chillies will give an awesome flavor to this curry. Will try for sure!

Uma said...

Looks so yummy, Nice entry!

Daily Meals said...

I agree with you Menu Today, it goes will with rice and rotis.

Thank you Asha! I too like this colour.

Daily Meals said...

Kalai! Please do give it a try:) Children will like this curry.

Thank you Uma! It tastes nice too:)

Sia said...

it looks gorgeous. thank you dear for sending across this delicious entry:)
please check ur e-mail. i have mailed u back.

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Hi vijaya
All the best for your entry. The recipe looks good and it will taste nice, i know ! I also liked your beetroot burfi, too.

Dhivya said...

hey sounds great...will try them for sure..

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Sia!

Thank you Anamika! It did taste nice.

Thank you Dhivya! Please give it a try.

Sagari said...

very comfortinggggg recipe vijaya

Rama said...

Yummy...This sounds so good...

DK said...

Simple to make , Good looking and Tasty! can there be anything more to a beautiful dish! :) Thanks for sending it my way Vijaya :)

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Daily Meals said...

Thank you so much Sagari:)

Thank you Rama:)

Thanks a lot DK:)

Uma said...

Hi Daily Meals,

I have tagged you for a meme, please stop by my blog for details. Thank you.

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Uma for tagging me:) I have already done one Meme. If time permits I will come up with this.

manju said...

Love the touch of coconut with the spices. Will have to remember this to try soon.