Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Chilli Stir Fried Potatoes


So, I am assuming we all so love potatoes. I said assuming please, because over the years, I learned that I shouldn't be absolutely "C" sure everyone love similar food. I bet I am not wrong, yes, we are all different, obviously. So obviously, one man's or one woman's potato is another man's or woman's poison (Rosemary Cheesy Potatoes, Curried Potatoes, Potato Bok Choy Soup & Rosemary Potato Egg Salad). Regardless, for Malaysian Indians like us, I am assuming again, we love a potato dish akin this Chilli Stir Fried Potatoes. Mainly for our rice meals, this potato dish is just one of it. There are millions of ways to potatoes. For those who have been faithfully cooking, I am certain you are with me (Spicy Chicken Chop Mashed Potato & Baked Salmon Baked Potato). In my house especially, we don't compromise on chillies/spiciness, most of the time, for a potato dish (Urulaikilangu Poriyal/Stir FryChilli Mutton Potatoes, Spicy Tuna Potatoes &  Tapioca/Kelangu/Ubi Stir Fry).


I can go on and go and quote many other potato dishes, I don't think you should also limit yourself to to Masoor Dhal Sambar/Dhal Curry or Garlic Tomato Rasam. Allow me to link some choices for this Chilli Stir Fried Potatoes (Dhal Vegetable Soup, Moor Kolumbu/Yogurt Curry, Fish Okra Soup, Cauliflower Curry, Tomato Vegetable Soup, Green Moong Dal Curry & Tomato Cumin Soup). Go ahead, give a go to making Chilli Stir Fried Potatoes, trust me, you don't have search far and beyond for the ingredients. Look within your pantry and fridge, I believe you will find them. Potato, butter, dried red chillies, mustard seeds and coriander leaves (Bonda, Lemongrass Chilli Potatoes, Potato Green Peas Curry, Egg Potato Curry, Potato Salted Fish Sambal, Potato Gratin, Potato Rolls Mint Sauce & Baked Cheesy Potatoes).

Ingredients
3 medium size potatoes (simmer till tender, cool down, remove skin and cut into chunks)
1 tbsp butter (or oil)
4 dried red chillies - cut into 2 or 3 pieces
4 shallots - chopped
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds
1/4 tsp chat masala/garam masala/all spice powder (whichever you prefer or have at home)
3 sprigs coriander leaves - sliced.
Salt for taste

Method
Heat butter, add shallots, dried chillies, mustard and cumin seeds.
Stir for 1 minute or 2.
Add potatoes, coriander leaves and garam masala.
Season with salt.
Quickly stir all together over high heat.
Dish out and serve. 
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19 comments:

  1. I love potatoes!!! never tried fried chilli potatoes before

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  2. Oh I can eat this with roti any time. Looks very nice

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  3. Love potatoes and I would love to try out this recipe.

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  4. i am fasting and just saw this , mouthwatering
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  5. Dear nava truly speaking this is something different from other recipes :) i am in love with the beautiful clicks and presentation

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  6. Love this simple recipe, goes well as side dish with anything, and my fav combo for this is either curd rice or rasam rice yumm yumm

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  7. All time favorite! Looks delicious!

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  8. This is so simple.. i love potato dishes,, a must try for me :) thnx fr sharing!

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  9. I will finish this with hot chapaties......... Looks yumm!

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  10. Wow, these potatoes look addictive, my mum makes a recipe quite similar to this :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  11. Easy dish Iam going to try this for today's lunch

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  12. simple and tasty dish.. I can have this as snacks

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  13. Love potatoes anytime.. Looks too delish.. Perfect with chapati.. Nice click Nava..

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  14. Oh dear, how can I miss this post???? Luckily I saw it just now and love the simple stir fried potatoes with chillies. Very appetizing and tempting too. Wow, I like all your sidebar pics.... so gorgeous and sweet.... Keep it up, Nava. Cheers :)

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  15. My hubby loves potato will try it.

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  16. Looks so yum... I am not much into it for personal health reasons but who dares to say no to it from heart? haha we r forced to... atleast I am... tasted one piece...

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  17. A version I need to try this looks amazing

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