Jan 14, 2015

Garlic Potato Roast Recipe / Garlic Potatoes Recipe



You all know my love for potatoes. I can never stop creating new recipes using potatoes. This is one of the dish which i came up with and it was a hit at home. I made this for my sister and she loved it with rasam made using my perimma's rasam powder.

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This potato dish has tons of garlic flavour which i absolutely love.. And it is a spicy dish. I made this using baby potatoes, but you can use normal potatoes as well. Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turned out for you.


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 15 mins + 15 mins for cooking potato
Serves : 3

Ingredients:

Baby Potatoes - 15 (If using big ones, peel and cube it)
Salt to taste
Oil - 3 tblspn

For grinding:
Fennel Seeds / Saunf / Sombu - 2 tsp
Dry Red Chillies - 3 to 4
Garlic - 10 fat cloves

Method:

Take potatoes in a pressure cooker, cover with water, add salt. Cover and pressure cook this for 3 whistle, simmer the flame and cook for another 5 mins. Turn off the heat and let the steam go all by itself. Drain it and let it cool down. Peel off the skin and set aside.

Take grinding ingredients in a blender and make it into a coarse puree.

Heat oil in a kadai. Add the ground masala. Mix well for a min.

Add in potatoes and salt.Toss well and keep cooking till it turns golden.

Serve.

Pictorial:
Take washed baby potatoes in a pressure cooker

cover with water

add a good amount of salt

Pressure cook this

Once it is cooked, drain it

peel the skin off the potatoes..Set aside

Take garlic in a blender

add in fennel seeds

add in dry red chillies

Crush them roughly

Heat oil in a kadai

Add the ground masala

Saute for a min or so

Add in the potatoes

Season with some salt

toss it well

Keep cooking..I found that the potatoes were a
little too big for me, so i used a knife and cut it
in half right in the kadai itself

Now the potatoes are bite size, so it gets
roast and crispy even faster

i tossed it around till i am satisfied with the crispness..

Enjoy

8 comments:

  1. Can i give gooseberryy juice to my 11 month old baby?

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  2. Awesome n amazing u r a great help n doing a wonderful job n dont mind tge fools the world is full of them keep up the excellent work love your cooking cheers
    Limara

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  3. Tried this out today aarthi.came out well..... Thanks fr the recipe.
    Surya

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  4. Gonna try it for lunch... Hope it will come out as spicy as urs

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  5. @Anonymousi dont recommend that..just consult with your pediatrician.

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  6. Today m making this along with egg curry .. Can't wait to eat it ... :) :) love u Aarthi for your wonderful recipes .. U made cooking so easy n tasty.

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  7. Hi aarthi u r amazing. I searched n viewed so many blogs n tried some of the dishes but it was not so good n really tuff. But u r simply superb n mind blowing so easy recipes. Basically am a foodie n Luv to cook new dishes for ma hubby ur posts are so helpful n useful. I tried ur paneer dosa 1st time n really camed out awesome. From dat I became ur fan. U r amazing... Thankss for ur posts...

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  8. Hi aarthi...i have been going thru ur recipes for quiet some time and even tried a few of them....believe me, they have come out really tasty....i have bexome a big fan of ur cooking and especially ur step by step pictorial presentation.... It makez it all the more easy to cook...atta girl...way to go...waiting for many more yummy recipes to fill my families tummy

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