Friday, 21 June 2013

Chilli Potato/Potato in Soya Sauce

What would be for  tonight  dinner? Yes, this question keeps on banging my head daily. I get 'n' number of options for lunch menu (with rice) but for dinner (with roti) mostly  I think something different and quick recipes. Because with roti we don't like to eat our regular dishes. Finally, I picked up the recipe of Chilli Potato which I have learnt from my mom. This Indo-chinese recipe requires very few ingredients which are always available at home. I bet you all will relish this easy & tasty dish. Just have a look.

Chilli Potato/Potato in Soya Sauce


Ingredients


Potato - 2 - 3 medium size

Onion - one medium size
Green Chilli - 4-5, slited
Salt
Sugar - 11/2 teaspoon
Black pepper powder - 11/2 teaspoon
Soya sauce - 2 teaspoon
Tomato sauce - 11/2 teaspoon
Refined oil

Procedure


1. Peel the potato and cut in wide elongated shape. You can also cut like wedges. Now half boiled the potato in a open vessel or in a pressure cooker (less than a whistle on high flame). If you have some boiled potato in your refrigerator, can also use that. 

2. Now heat oil in a pan and fry the parboiled potatoes with little salt. Do this step in high flame. Keep them aside.
3. In the remaining oil  fry the sliced onions with little salt and sugar till they are brown. 
4. Now take a bowl and put all the ingredients (except oil) together including fried potato & onion. Keep it for at least half an hour. You can keep it for one hour also. 
5. Finally, pour the mixture in the hot pan and toss well in high heat. Serve it with paratha, naan, kulcha or roti. You can also serve it with fried rice. 







11 comments:

  1. I can imagine the spicy flavors in my mouth !

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  2. Simple and inviting flavors, also potatoes are our all time fav.

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  3. Potatoes are such a favorite with all of us, love the twist

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  4. Very delicious and inviting Amrita...

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  5. I know, everyday it is a tuff decision on what to make for dinner.. This aloo chilli looks like a perfect side for roti :)

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  6. very delicious and very yummy!!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
    Sowmya
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