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Baby Potato Curry

When I made this recipe for the first time, it didn't taste that good, however next time I made it by boiling potatoes with little salt it came out wonderful. My sweet heart enjoyed this curry with roti. Now, after a bitter experience I suggest you to boil the potatoes with little salt then the curry tastes perfect. Here is the recipe,

Baby potatoes-Boiled in water with little salt-12
Chopped onions-----1/4cup
Green chillies---------2
chopped cilantro---2t.s
Cumin seeds--------Few
Mustard seeds------Few
Chana dal-----------1/4ts
Coconut powder-2ts
Salt-----------------To taste
Chili powder------1/2t.s
Red chili----------1
vegetable oil-------2ts


  1. Take a pan and heat 2ts of oil and add Cumin seeds + Mustard seeds + chana dal + moong dal + red chili.
  2. After the spices splutter add chilies + onions + turmeric and saute for 5min under medium flame.
  3. Now add red chili powder + Coriander powder + yoghurt + salt and cook for 10min under medium flame.
  4. Now take one baby potato and mash it, add it to the curry. Add remaining potatoes and cook by adding few water drops if need.
  5. Finally garnish with cilantro.

Now the dish id ready serve it hot with rice / roti.
hope you like my recipe :)
plz come back again :) Deepthi


  1. Fingerlicking curry, prefect side dish for rotis..

  2. tempting n delicious curry..very nice to have them with chapathis..drool..drool!!!

  3. wow it surely look amazing....potato is such a versatile veg

  4. Baby potatoes are sure to brighten up any lunch or dinner..nice recipe.

  5. Looks fantastic, irresistable with roti's or rice.

    Prathima Shivraj

  6. This will make a filling and heart warming dinner.. yummylicious :)

  7. ThnQ frndz for your lovely words!!!!!!!!!
    plz come back agian :)

  8. so wonderful and very inviting curry !! love to have with chapatis !!


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