Thanks dear friends for helping me to re-live those moments with my Tulip dragon Fly. Nice to know that you enjoyed it. Special thanks for your personal mails.Decided to give u my thanks by way of a recipe. (oh,yes yet another one from me.)A friend of mine asked me the other day, why can"t you give us a recipe with our national vegetable potato(:P) So here comes a Potato cury, the Indian way.
It is a mild cury, can go with bread, as a topping for pasta, chappati, even inbetween sandwiches.potatoes=4Salt = as per taste.Onion(sliced)=1 big and I small.Garlic=2 Cloves.(crushed) you can use paste too.Ginger(grated)= 2cm piece. (according to your taste).Turmeric= 1tspvegetable oil= 2tsp.1 tsp mustard seeds.Green chilli=1 (chopped) with or with out seed-as per your taste. Black pepper powder =half tsp.ground cumin powder=1tspOptionals:Garam masala=1/4 tspMint/ curry leaves or any other similar fresh greens= finely chopped one tsp.Double cream=4 tsp.orococonut powder=3tsp. (Add to 1/2 glass of hot water and stir well)
Method:1. Cut the potatos and cook in boiling salted water for 6-8 minutes, until just tender, then drain and set aside.2.Heat oil in a large saucepan, add mustard seeds and fry til they begin to pop.3.Add onion and fry til soft but not brown with bit salt. (may take 2 to 3mnts).4.Add cuminseed powder, greenchilli,ginger,garlic,black pepper and stir well.If you have garam masala add that to when this things done.5.Add potatos stir well.6.Cook, covered, for around 3-5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are very tender and coated with spices.7.Now add your double cream or coconut milk and stir for 1 now turned the gass off, add the greens, cover it with a lid and let it be there for couple of more mnts.
Yes the yummy mild Potato curry is ready for you.