Monday, July 18, 2011

Potato Kurma


Ingredients
Boiled Potatoes-2
Onion-1
Tomato(small)-1
Green Chilly- 5 (adjust to your spice level)
Garlic-3 cloves
Few curry leaves and Cilantro
Mustard seeds-1/2teaspoon
Salt
Oil


To Grind
Fennel Seeds-1teaspoon
Cashew-5
Grated Coconut-2 tablespoons


Method
Chop the onion-g.chilly-garlic into thin slices. Chop the tomato finely.
Grind the items given under "to grind" to a fine paste with little water.
Heat oil in a kadai, make the tempering with mustard seeds followed by chopped onion-g.chilly-garlic and curry leaves. Sauté the onions till it becomes transparent, then add the tomatoes and cook for a few minutes.
Add the coconut-cashew-fennal seed paste with enough water and bring it to boil.
Mash the boiled potato into small chunks, add it into the kurma and reduce the flame to low.
Cook for 5-6 minutes on low heat, garnish with cilantro and put off the stove.
Potato kurma is ready!

This kurma goes well with Roti's and Poori's! I had this in one of my friend's house, got the recipe from her and tried it. :)

Sending this recipe to the following events..

1.Radhika's "lets cook series # 6- Subzis for Rotis" event happening @ Tickling Palates.

2.DD's Quick n Easy Recipes event happening @ Food Blog News. Click here to see the collection of the quick n n easy recipes.

Do check both of their blogs..you can find lot of yummy and delicious recipes! :)

18 comments:

  1. Woww.. Looks spicy and delicious.. Love the preparation dear.. Thanks for sharing :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  2. Perfect for rotis... Looks yum...

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  3. Shall try this for lunch tomorrow. ;)

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  4. Perfect for chapathi and dosai....Thanks for sharing...

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  5. Awesome recipe dear!!!! it could be a great entry to Quick and easy recipes event in my blog. can you step ahead and link your entry

    Event-Healthy Snacks-GFR
    Event-QUick and Easy recipes-FBN

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  6. My fav one .. but see my hubby never likes it so u shd send me this bowl of hearty kurma..

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  7. In fact I love all your korma recipes...the white korma especially. This sure will make a perfect combo with roti.

    Thanks for the warm comments at my space, dear. Means a lot to me, very comforting...feeling bit better.

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  8. I love korma.. I have to try making your version. I think it will taste awesome with rotis :D

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  9. thnQ for the lovely entry dear, plz do a small correction, event "quick and Healthy recipes is at FOOD BLOG NEWS and event "healthy snacks" is in GOOD FOOD RECIPES.....
    ThnQ once again for your lovely words, So sweet of you!

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  10. Deepthi,the correction is done!:)

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  11. my most of the time recipe. Love it.
    But we never use spices. :-)

    Cheers,
    Uma
    http://umaskitchenexperiments.blogspot.com

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  12. kurma looks flavourful and yum ! nice one mahi

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  13. oh superb mahi..i am going to make this today for chapathi.thanks.

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  14. Woww.. Looks spicy and delicious..

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  15. Delicious and lovely one. Those Cinnamon buns down also look great.

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