Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Chilli Aloo/Chilli Potato


Ohlalala Potatoes!!.Speaking about potatoes, I am assuming anyway, but I am wrong if I say, throughout the world, throughout the many years and till this day, many of us just so love potatoes? Did I say anything wrong? Correct me if I am when potatoes are the love for us (Chicken Curry Potato & Aloo Gobi). Say all you want, say whatever you want, in my house, potatoes will somehow, by all means, find their way into a dish. I suppose its due to our love for the love of potatoes. Each week, at least once or twice, a potato dish must come on board on our dining table. Obviously, a side dish for typical Malaysians like us (Brinjal Anchovies Stir Fried & Curried Tamarind Ladies Fingers/Bendi) who must have rice every day. Otherwise, for me especially, my food life will collapse. To boost my strength to showcasing to you another of my potato dish (Bonda/Fried Potato Balls), of course, how can on earth we Malaysian give up on chillies (Honey Chilli Chicken & Chilli Honey Clams), this simplicity Chilli Aloo/Chilli Potato is fam-fab as a team member for egg rasam or sambar. Take care lovelies.

Ingredients
3 medium size potatoes - simmer and cut into bite/chunk sizes (with the skin on)
5 dried red chillies - cut into small pieces (Adjust as per taste)
1 medium size onion - sliced thinly
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 small bunch of coriander leaves - sliced (Don't throw away the stalks. Use them too)
2 tbsp oil
Salt for taste

Method:
When oil is heated, sauté onion and chillies.
Add the mustard seeds and turmeric powder.
Continue to stir until the seeds starts to pop/splatter.
Put in potatoes and season with salt.
Stir over high heat for a nice crispy outer layer.
Lastly, add the coriander leaves.
Stir and dish out. 



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14 comments:

  1. I love potatoes! and spicy too!

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  2. mmmmm... yummy. Just so happens I have all these ingredients.

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  3. Thank you so much everyone for the comments, much appreciated.

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  4. wah...look sooooooo..delicious...yummy...

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  5. Thx Nava..for this Indian dish ..i love it ..

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  6. Another must-try recipe from you!

    Btw, I created a link page on my blog and I included yours in it! Let me know if it’s ok with you.

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  7. Wow this is a good replacement for the usual baked potatoes.

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  8. Thanks everyone for the time in leaving such wonderful comments. Do try and let me know how it turned out to be.

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  9. Very yummy these r my fav Nava. .thnx for sharing with us. .
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  10. Potato is such a versatile thing ... lovely

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  11. I love potatoe..I can skip this from my diet..lovely recipie..must try

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