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Potato Fry and with Coriander Chutney

Potato Fry and with Coriander Chutney



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his one was for Kedar, he likes potato fry very much and it has to be fry to extend!...so I made this on for Sat'day dinner along with Methi Thelpa. 

Serving: 3

Ingredients:

Potato - 3 large
Cumins Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Salt - to taste
Red chili powder - 1tsp
Coriander powder - 1/2 tsp
Salt - to taste
Oil - 1-2 tbs

Method:
1. Wash and peel the potato and cut in small pieces.

2. Heat oil in a pan, add cumin and allow them to crack.

3. Add potato and fry until potato gets almost done  around for 5-7 mins. Now add all the powder masala and salt.  Give a good stir and cook for another 2-3 mins.

Potato fry is ready, have it just like this or add coriander chutney.


Grind coriander leaves with green chili, little tamarind, little jaggery and salt. Add this chutney in potato fry and cook for a min or two.  This was so delicious, Kedar and DH only wanted to eat the fry with coriander chutney!  Do try it out :)



This one goes to Sowmya's SWC: Cooking with Greens, event started by Lakshmi


45 comments:

  1. this is so interesting...looks delicious and spicy..

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  2. Good one...delicious n flavorful

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  3. It looks very yummy and tempting... :)

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  4. interesting recipe..good clicks :)

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  5. Hi Priti,

    Thanks dear for visiting and for your sweet words..and is really nice to know that we both share same name as well as surname. :)

    Preeti.

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  6. This is awesome..i make in a different way..with chutney, its a new idea for me.. :)

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  7. yummy!:-)great use of coriander leaves, and addition of tamarind and jaggery in coriander chutney is so nice:D

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  8. I hav enot had this but i can imagine the delicous flavours in this.

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  9. That is really a good variation Priti... good try and nice entry for the event :)

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  10. Verry yummy, never tried this combination before. Regarding the brown rice, i use the brown basmati rice and once soaked it is not too difficult to cook. I keep it for 4 whistles in the pressure cooker and it will be done.

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  11. They look super delicious and spicy :)

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  12. Sounds like a good combo..nice gravy

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  13. Am drooling over potato fry..Delicious coriander chutney Prit!

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  14. Sounds Interesting, delicious potato fry and with chutney!

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  15. Wow...Fry and gravy in a single dish ...great...super Idea..

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  16. wow what a combination yaar mouthwatering.

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  17. wow what a combination yaar looks so mouthwatering

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  18. its really a different combination..hope it tasted well..will try this once!!

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  19. That looks just mouth watering dr..:)

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  20. The potato fry looks very delicious! Love the addition of chutney.

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  21. Wow that looks amazing and makes me feel great simple gravy dish yummy and a dash of healthiness to it!!!

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  22. wow thatz an interesting recipe

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  23. creative idea.it a must try.

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  24. very different what we make regularly,alo is my fav and ur dish looks great..

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  25. Looks nice. One could also try baking as opposed to frying in this dish I guess.

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  26. Wow this is interesting..never tried this combination before..looks winner to me:)

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  27. that is an interesting recipe, will try it

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  28. Never tried this combo.Interesting combo. Looks yummy

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  29. I love any recipe with potatoes - sounds delicious.

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  30. Looks yum...about the condensed milk, I used sweetened condensed milk in the recipe for banana bread so I did not use any sugar at all. The condensed milk was good for sweetness as well as moisture in the bread. Hope that answers your question feel free to ask me anything more if needed :-)

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  31. If you want to avoid both sweetened condensed milk and sugar and yet want to sweeten your bread, then you can use 1/2 cup milk and 1/2 cup agave nectar or honey in place of 3/4 cup condensed milk + 1/4 cup milk. If you want to avoid all sweeteners then maybe you could try some of the naturally sweet recipes like the banana date bread on my site with cardamom that might work too. Hope this helps :-)

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  32. This is my all time favourite Priti! Looks delicious!

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  33. Something different.... must try.

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  34. Priti, these are some of my fav foods:)
    You have been tagged! Come over and see what you have to do!

    Sharon

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  35. Potato & Coriender chutney both are my favourite . But never had together . Something different ....Yammy recipe with awasome pictures .

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  36. hi,
    thanks for stopping by :) wish to c u around more often :) I've visited ur blog many times but hadn't commented any while. U sure have a great blog and some unique recipes, really good to inspire other to mix and match :)
    liked ur idea of potato fry. Thanks for the recipe.
    Keep rocking!

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  37. Potato fry looks tooooooo inviting :)

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  38. This is new to me,yet very interesting,will try once :)

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