I think all you to make simple, easy, tasty, tangy subzi's these days. It is a great monsoon and i am sure all of us want to eat some delicious food……In the process I came across this Subzi called Bombay potato curry. I immediately gave it a try and it was yummy!!! To my surprise it is a no onion and no garlic recipe also a little time made recipe.
Ingredients for Bombay Potato Curry Recipe:
3(Large) - Potatoes
4 - Tomatoes Puree
2 - Red chilies
2 tablespoons - Oil
1 tablespoon - Tamarind paste
1 tablespoon - Jaggery powder
1 Teaspoons - Crushed Ginger
1 Teaspoons - Cumin seeds
1 Teaspoons - Red Chili powder
1 Teaspoons - Coriander powder
1 Teaspoons - Garam masala powder
½ Teaspoons - Turmeric powder
Salt to taste
Method for Bombay Potato Curry Recipe How to Make:
Step 1:Boil the potatoes, peel the skin and cut them up into large bite-sized chunks.
Step2:Now Boil water. Put four tomatoes in it.. Leave for ten minutes.
Step 3:After boiling peel their skin and make puree.
Step 4:Add the oil to a saucepan along with tomato puree , turmeric powder and jagger and
boil it in high temperature for three minutes.
Step 5:Add the Tamarind paste, crushed ginger, chili powder and pour in two cups of hot water and allow it to boil for ten minutes in medium flame.
Step 6: Now add the chunked potatoes and stir it well so, its mix well.
Step 7:Add the garam masala powder. Mash four to pieces of potatoes and add it to the subzi so that it thickens a bit.
Serving Ideas for Bombay Potato Curry Recipe:
Garnish with Coriander leaves.
Add lemon juice.
Enjoy with any type of Indian bread or Pulao.
Additional Tips for Bombay Potato Curry Recipe:
If you are using tamarind instead of paste soak it in hot water for ten minutes and extract the pulp two or three times and keep aside until use.
Adjust the amount of tamarind,jaggery and spices according to your taste.
At only 180 calories per portion, this recipe contains less than half as many calories contained in similar takeaway dishes.