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Saag Aloo / Potato Spinach Curry

Saag Aloo Spinach Potato Curry with Chapati or Rice Recipe

Blend – Boil 1 cup water –Add 250 g Spinach – 4 mnts – Drain – Cool – Grind to Paste.

Microwave – 4 medium Potatoes – 6 mnts  –  till Soft – Peel – Cut Bite Size Pcs.

Saute – 1 tbsp. Oil – 1 chopped Onion – till translucent – Low Flame

Stir – Add to above – 1 tbsp. Dried Fenugreek Leaves (Kasuri Methi) – 1tsp. chili powder – pinch garam masala – 1 tsp. Salt – Mix well –

Boil – Add 1 cup Tomato Puree to above – Bring to Boil – Add Spinach Puree – Continue Boil – Chopped Potatoes – 1 Cup Cream – 2-3 Mnts. – Turn off Stove Done

Serve Delicous Saag Aloo with Rice or Chapati.

Note – Adjsut Salt and chili to taste. Boil Potatoes instead of Microwave.

Quick and Easy Indian Saag Aloo Recipe / Potato Spinach Curry to serve with Rice or Chapati

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Methi Murg – Fragrent Fenugreek Flavoured Chicken

Methi Murg - Fenugreek leaves Chicken Curry

Spices – 1tsp Garam Masala Powder – 1 1/2 tsp. Chilli Powder – 3 tsp. Coriander powder – 1 tsp. turmeric Powder

Marinate – 1/2 kg Chicken  – Bite Size pcs. –  2 tbsp. Yogurt – 1 1/2  tsp. Salt  Pinch Garam Masala –  1/2 hour or more

Saute – Heat 2tbsp. Oil – 2 Sliced Onions – 1 tsp each Ginger Garlic Paste -1-2 mnts  –   Add – 2  tbsp. Dried Kasuri Meethi Leaves – Stir –  Spices Above –  Mix well -1 tbsp. Tomato Paste – 1 mnt.

Cook – Add Marinated Chicken to Saute – Stir  – +/-2 mnt   – Add Half cup water – mix well –  Bring to Boil – Cook Covered –  low flame till done or in Preheated oven 180 deg C   –  (20-25 mnts)

Serve Fragrent Methi Murg with Chapati or Rice and Salad.   Enjoy.

Note : Adjust Salt and Spices to taste.  

Recipe for Methi Murg – Fenugreek Leaf Flavoured Chicken Curry – A Simple and Delicious recipe to make at Home.

 

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Kanji Payar Chammanthi – Rice Porridge Green Lentil and Coconut Mango Chutney

Kanji Payar Chammanthi - Rice Porridge Green Lentil and Coconut Mango Chutney

Kanji Payar Chammanthi - Rice Porridge Green Lentil and Coconut Mango Chutney

Rice –  1 cup Brown Rice – Wash – Cook -5-6 cups water till soft – Mix 1 tsp. Salt  – Porridge consistancy – Kanji

Lentil –  1 cup Green Lentil – wash – cook in 3 – 4 cups water – till done (or pressure cook)

Saute – Heat 2 tbsp Coconut Oil Pan – 1/2 tsp. Mustard – 1/2 tsp. Cumin –   1 Chopped Onion – 1 handful curry leaves – 3 cloves Garlic – 1 1/2 tsp. Salt – till translucent – 1 tsp. Chilli Powder – Stir 1 mnt.

Payar – Mix cooked Lentil – To Saute  –  Bring to Boil Done

Chammanthi – 1 cup Grated Coconut – 1 Cup Chopped Raw Mango – 1” Pc Ginger  -1 Schallot (or small pc onion) – Salt 1 tsp. – 1/2 tsp. Chilli Powder – 10 curry leaves – Grind Coarse paste

Serve Kanji  with Payar and Chamanthi.   

Note : Add more or less water,Salt and Chilli as required.

I like to eat Payar or Chamanthi with Rice or Chappati  instead of Kanji.  

Last week Sita Luc and Anna returned after a month long trip to India.  Luc enjoyed eating this dish many times in Kerala and also talked about it many times.  So I guessed if Luc with his European taste buds enjoyed this recipe so much I should share it here for all my other friends too.

Kanji Payar Chammanthi A traditional recipe from Kerala, South India