Sunday, 23 August 2009

Platform Potato Curry(Batata Rassa) and a few more awards….

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This is one of the most hit recipes made by Mom. I have mentioned earlier also in my posts that she is an excellent, speedy cook. She can cook for a big batch of people in a very short interval of time - an art I am yet to expertise! In my childhood, my father would get guests unannounced for lunch or dinner and she inspite of all her illness would feed people gladly and very efficiently. Who ever has visited us has always praised my Moms cooking skills.
This is a very simple curry which can be made in a matter of minutes. It's been a favorite dish amongst all of us at my Moms family. Then when I got married and 'S' tasted it at my moms place he liked it too! His verdict was that it tastes like the subzi served on the platform and ever since then we all call it the "platform curry". Whenever my brother visits my Mom he has to have this 'Rassa'. In Marathi a gravy dish is called 'Rassa'. Now it's a favorite in my family too and I make it when there are unexpected guests or when there are no veggies in the fridge or when I am in a hurry or when I do not find any other reason! LOL.. It tastes best when served with Poori /Jeera Rice/Chapati. Jain people can also enjoy this gravy dish .
Ingredients
6-7 Boiled Potatoes ( roughly broken using hand)
2-3 Green Chillies (broken into pieces)
3 medium tomatoes ( chopped)
3/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 inch ginger (grated)
2 tsp red chili powder
2 tbsp coriander powder
Freshly chopped coriander to garnish
salt to taste
oil for cooking
mustard seeds




Method
  • Heat oil and add mustard seeds followed by green chilli pieces.
  • Add tomatoes , salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and coriander powder and saute.
  • Cook tomatoes till the oil separates and add ginger and cook for few seconds.
  • Add the potatoes and mix properly but gently , taking care that potatoes are not mashed further.
  • Add water to make a gravy and bring it to a boil .
  • Boil on low gas for a few minutes.
  • Adjust the salt if required , garnish with coriander and serve hot.
And now coming to the awards… This month is really a blessed month as I am getting showered by awards from my blogger friends. My blogger friend Sireesha of Mom’s kitchen has sent me these awards

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and Priyaraj Of EnSamaiyal has sent me an additional

Thanks Sireesha and Priya, these awards mean a lot to me.
I have already done the tags which you can check here and here.
I am  sending this as my entry to the event Side dish for Chapthi hosted by Vicky Xavier at Viki’s Kitchen
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Wish you all a happy Vinayaka Chaturthi.
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27 comments:

chakhlere said...

The 'Rassa' is my fav too!! Your recipe is nice!!

Congrats for the award dear!

Anncoo said...

I love potatoes and this is quite an easy recipes for me to try. Thanks for sharing :D

Vijitha Shyam said...

Hey pari
Its true! we tend to make real good friends through blog.
The curry looks so good n yummy!

Katy ~ said...

Beautiful photo. I would love to sample this as potatoes is one of my staples.

Alisa@Foodista said...

I love quick and easy recipes.I'll definitely try this one,I love curries!Pari, I'd love to guide our readers to your site if you won't mind.Just add your choice of foodista widget to this post and it's all set, Thanks!

sra said...

Nice name you've given the curry!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Delicious and simple dish. Congrats on all your awards.

Pooja said...

nice platform curry ! liked the name !

Red Chillies said...

Kudos to your mom for all the lovely recipes and cooking inspite her ilness. Potato bhaji looks good.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wondering by reading the title. You people have given a nice name to the curry...Mom's are always rocking....curry looks spicy and yummy.

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Nags said...

oooh tangy!

HannahBanana aka Amanda said...

This is my idea of a heavenly potato dish! Wonderful flavors! I am so happy to have found your blog, I adore Indian cooking and your blog is full of glorious recipes! I'm following! :-)

Raaga said...

We had this with pooris last Sunday when the weather was lovely. :-)

Anita also calls this the station bhaji :)

Gita said...

COlorful and delicious looking curry...congrats on your awards :)

Padma said...

Tempting picture... looks nice spicy and yumm... and congrats on your awards :)

Shri said...

Nice name:))Lovely dish and congrats on the awards!

Parita said...

Congratulations on your awards dear! Curry looks spicy and delicious!

Yasmeen said...

Love the title of the Rassa,looks delicious.
Admire Mom's speedy cooking.:D

rekhas kitchen said...

congrats on your awards nice curry and very simple and looks yummy too

Preety said...

happy ganesh chaturthi, and congrats on your awards,

potato curry looks yumm

Trish said...

I can see that you and I love the same foods...I am adding you to my blogroll....come on over sometimes and see my 'experimental' cooking too...grin. A little of this and a little of that...

Nandini said...

Woo slurp! I can't damn resist the potato curry! Looks super appetizing and delicious!

Pari said...

Hi All! Thanks a lot everyone for all the beautiful words you have said.

Priya said...

Wow potato curry looks yummy, such a beatiful curry..congrats on ur awards Pari..u really deserve it..

Purva Desai said...

all time fav easy, yet delicious curry....congrats for the awards

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

When I was newly married this was one of my dishes that turned out decent...
Lovely dish - looks great too...

Ramya's Activity said...

Thanks a lot. I tried the platform curry. It came out great. Thanks for sharing. My favorite curry.

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