Monday, February 22, 2010

POTATO PODIMASS.




  1. Potato(boiled n mashed) - 4 no s
  2. Pearl onion(small sliced) - 1 ½ cup
  3. Green chilly(half slit) - 3 no s
  4. Turmeric powder - ½ tsp
  5. Chilly powder - 1/2 spoon
  6. Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
  7. Oil - 2tsp
  8. Curry leaves - ½ spring
  9. Coriander leaves(chopped) - 1 spring
  10. Red chilly broken - 2 no s
  11. Salt - to taste

How to Prepare:

In a pressure cooker, boil the peeled potatoes by adding little bit of salt n turmeric powder, after boiled mash the potatoes well and keep it aside.

Take a pan add 2 tsp of oil into it ,when it gets hot add mustard seeds ,when it splutters add broken red chilly ,curry leaves and green chilly sauté it well ,then add chopped pearl onion ,and sauté well.

Add ½ spoon of garam masala (optional) into it for flavor,add 1/2 spoon of chilly powder(optional ) then add the mashed potatoes into this and mix all together and stir for few minutes, check out the salt, and turn off the fire.

Serve it in a dish and garnish with coriander leaves and curry leaves.

43 comments:

  1. Looks delicious, spicy Indian style mashed Potatoes.

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  2. Perfect combination with puris!!

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  3. love potatoes and anything made with it...looking yummy...

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  4. That will make a delicious maincourse with some rice and Pappadam; looks appetizing!!

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  5. I love this... I have a version on mine too...

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  6. i like any version of potato....thatz why i made this...thanks to cicily,priya,shahana,fathima and asha...

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  7. Potato enteyum fav anu..but vanam vekkan nalla chance ayathu kondu upayogam kurachu...

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  8. Wonderful presentation. I love potato very much and shall try out your lovely recipe. Looks colourful and yummy.

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  9. Hi Reshmi,
    Thanks for the lovely comment dear...you have a wonderful blog with a nice collection of recipes...your version of potato fry is awesome :) will keep in touch!

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  10. thanks gita for the lovely comment...me too will keep in touch...

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  11. Heartiest congratulations to you for the great news. Take proper care of our health. Thanks a lot for your lovely comment.

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  12. Lovely recipe...you have a neat space here

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  14. never heard this name before but love the recipe..looks yumm

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  15. luvly & ymmy.:) nalla pathram kettoo..enikishtayyi

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  16. Good one! I love this way of potato preparation and it is also one where both my husband and I agree.

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  17. Potato podimas sounds wonderful, perfect comfort meal.

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  18. thank u nostalgia for the lovely comment...

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  19. thanks malar..bcz its easy to make and would be a perfect combo with breads n rice i made this...even i love to make food most easily...

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  20. This dish looks delicious and would go well with puris.My 1st time here, you have anice collection of posts.Following you.

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  21. Reshmi, lovely podimass... I love to have this with idlis and dosas too!!! Good one!!!

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  22. Love potatoes in any form .Nice recipe!
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  23. love anything made of potato..this looks yummy

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  24. This potato podhimass looks so delicious! I love any potato sabzi and I am sure this falls right up my ally!

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  25. Wish you and your family a very Happy Holi.

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  26. Looks lovely...we make the podimas in a different way and call this potato curry :)..following you

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  27. HI Reshmi, thanks for the lovely comment. You have a very nice blog! The podimas looks delicious...very nice presentation :)

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  28. thanks daisy blue for the lovely comment...love to know the different way u cook potato curry...

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  29. thanks babli...wish u the same...

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  30. thanks pj for the lovely comment...

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