Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Sardine Varuval (Fried) With Potatoes

So, we started of previously with Spicy Sardine Sambal With Potatoes. Didn't we? Yes, we did, just as a reminder just in case you have forgotten. Never-mind, its okay, to forget things once a while, maybe you can refer to the recipe later. Today, we are back to can sardines. Varuval. Yet I think its just force of habit we must add potatoes. Isn't?  I won't deny though, then again its a known fact we love potatoes in pretty much any dish. So, without much ado, I think we will stop with our discussion and take a look at how to make Sardine Varuval With Potatoes. Just a couple of ingredients, a dish we can make in a jiffy. Go ahead and make, I'll catch up with you soon.

3 medium size potatoes (remove skin, cut into 4 and slice thinly). Mix with a bit of turmeric powder and salt. 
2 cans of sardines (drain out the sauce)
1 medium size onion (sliced thinly)
2 sticks of cinnamon (broken)
1 tbsp fish curry powder
Salt to taste
Lime juice - as needed
Oil as needed
Fry potatoes in oil till crispy. Remove and keep aside.

Leave just about 1 tbsp of oil in the pan. Add all the ingredients except lime juice and fried potatoes. 

Fry and gently break sardines. 
Add potatoes and lime juice. Stir over high heat and dish out.
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