Christmas has just passed on & New Year is ahead of us & I am so excited that this year I have accomplished a lot compared to previous years.This year I was planning on a Christmas tree but it in the last min we changed our plans & compromised with making a fruit cake/ plum cake for Christmas.
Coming to the blog hop this time I am paired with Sumedha of Sumee's culinary Bites. I was browsing thru her blog and came across "Egg Bhurji" Umm... my favourite. But then I just stumbled upon " Spicy Potato Curry " & decided to make it for blog hop. The naan I made was non yeast naan & adapted the recipe from "Raks Kitchen".
3 Large potatoes ( Cut in cubes )
2 Tomatoes chopped
1 Large onion chopped
2 Tbs oil ( Add if you need more)
1/2 Star anise
1 Inch Cinnamon
1 Tbs ginger garlic paste
1 Tbs coriander cumin powder
1 Tbs garam masala powder
2 Tsp Chilli powder ( Optional )
Pinch of turmeric
Salt for taste
Coriander leaves for garnish
Heat a pan with 1tbs oil add star anise, cinnamon & cloves & fry them. Add ginger garlic paste,onions to pan & fry till onions turn transparent.Then add tomatoes to it. cook till tomatoes are cooked soft.
Switch off heat & allow it to cool. Grind it to smooth paste.
Heat a pan with 1tbs oil & fry potato for few seconds & remove them. Add the tomato gravy to pan along with garam masala, coriander cumin, Chilli powder turmeric & salt to it. Add potato to the gravy & mix well.cook it with a lid till oil separates on the sides. Check for potatoes if they are cooked well.
Garnish with corriander leaves & serve.
Goes yummyly with roti, naan & rice too.
1. Skip frying potatoes & instead add cubed potatoes directly to gravy.
2. You can exclude star anise from the recipe.