Sep 8, 2011

Keralan Potato Roast


First of all...Is there anyone here who don’t love potatoes...I can see no hands...I know that most of us love it and many are mad about it..(See below)

I love potatoes but I don’t like to eat it everyday...But I know a person who is crazy about potatoes..She is none other than my friend Shabi....
Whatever you do with potato whether it is fried or sautéd or roasted or baked...Why not even boiled..she will straightly dig into that...The one form she stays away is RAW..But I am not too sure about this..

She even fights for potato.Yes fight for it..Saying this I like to share a little story about her..

We used to have our lunch as a huge gang in office..If anyone brings potato..Atonce she takes all the stuff and fills her plate and if anyone brings their hand near her plate she will start shouting like hell...Many of my friends are really scared of potatoes now because of this...

But I will sneak some potatoes from her plate when she is not watching....Don’t tell to her...LOL..

Ok Now coming back to this special potato fry...This dish comes straight from kerala and it is made with coconut oil and finished with lots of curry leaves...

This recipe is dedicated to my crazy friend...I know that she love to try this one..Because it is super delicious...

Ok with out no more delay....Off to the recipe...

Ingrediants:

Potato-3 chopped
Onion-1 sliced
Curry leaves-1 spring
Mustard seeds / Kaduku-1 tsp
Turmeric powder /Manjal podi-1 tsp
Chilli powder-2 tsp
Coconut oil-2 tblspn
Salt to taste

Method:

Heat 1 tblspn of oil in a kadai and crackle some mustard in this..

Add in the onions and fry for 2 mins..Add in the potatoes and mix well

Season with some salt and mix well..Add in chilli powder and turmeric powder and mix well

Add a splash of water and cover and cook till the potatoes are tender..

Increase the heat add 1 tblspn of oil and cook for 5-10 mins till the potato gets crispy and golden brown..

Throw a handful of curry leaves and mix well.

Serve with rice..

Pictorial:
Ingrediants you need
Slice onions and chop up the potatoes

Crackle some mustard seeds in your clay pot(if you have)

add in onions....

now goes the potatoes

Sprinkle some chilli powder and turmeric powder

Season with salt...

Mix well...

add a splash of water ...

Cover and cook till the potatoes are cooked

Increase the heat and let the potatoes crisp up...

throw a handful of curry leaves

Mix well

Without any delay...serve...

Does it looks appetizing...

What do you think about this meal...Morkulambu, Puli Inchi, Rasam, Vandaikai Kichadi and Potato fry...We really had a nice meal.

28 comments:

  1. Aarthi,
    Essa refeição esta com um aspecto maravilhoso... Então feito em panela de barro, deve ser uma delicia : ) Gostei muito.

    Catarina

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  2. Yummy potato roast.. I too prepare in the same way..
    Congrats on your new venture..

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  3. Perfect onam recipes.. very yummy .. i shd hv been invited..

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  4. Yum ...love that spread and I like you this kadai a lot

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  5. Yummy it looks. I boil potatoes before I make the curry but I am going to make it your style with dosa for sure this time. Thank you for the recipe.

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  6. Potato fry looks so delicious and inviting. Potatoes are my all time favourite vegetable. Lovely recipe.
    Deepa

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  7. That meals looks amazing. These potatoes sound perfect and look delicious. Yummy!

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  8. It was good reading abt your friend. :) This potato fry would indeed make anyone go crazy. The last pic with all those delicacies served in man chattis is fantastic. What a beautiful spread!!

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  9. Le patate, così preparate, sono più appetitose che mai!!! Ottima ricetta, brava ;-)

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  10. wow...lovely fry...liked the clay pot cooking...gives more taste...really thats a very yummy n filling meal...nice combo!!

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  11. I would give you my recipes, if you give me you're potatoes, they seem delicious! yummy. Thanks for your coment.xx

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  12. sure it looks appetizing, delicious potato roast..

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  13. So delicious, i like it so much.
    Kisses

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  14. Qué delicia de patatas!!!. adoro como te han quedado, seguro que están muy ricas. Besos

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  15. wow very tempting fry and the fried in mud kadai,sure it taste delicious...

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  16. apetitoso es poco, se ven deliciosa que rico colorcito tienen estas patatas que ricas!

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  17. Superb,all time favorite! Looks tempting!

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  18. Happy Onam wishes to you and your family Arati and thats a nice spread of food there I wont mind coming for lunch :)

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  19. Great recipe!! It looks very scrumptious....I had potatoes yesterday, but I wouldn't mind cooking these today. Thanks for this yummy recipe.

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  20. Irresistible potato roast,makes me hungry..

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  21. I'm peeling my potatoes right now. Thank you Aarthi for a wonderful post. You just make me smile whenever I read your fun posts. Best Indian cook ever!

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  22. For cooking where we can get coconut ..any specefic brand for it.

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  23. I m a die hard reader of yummy tummy...hav tried a lot of recipes...most of it turned out to be successful...today I m in herr for a small collection....request to rename kerala recipes as...just kerala dish or kerala style.instead of keralan...it sounds to be bit...twisty in reading....

    Divya Nair

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  24. I love your recipes and regularly visit your site. I agree with Divya Nair. Please stop using this word 'Keralan'. It is incorrect and sounds funny. It would be better to call this dish Kerala Style Potato Roast. Thanks, Lakshmi Menon

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