Thursday, May 24, 2007

Tomato-Potato Curry

2-bolied potato cut in to cub,
1-tbsp mustard seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds,
1-tbsp red chilli powder,
1-tbsp cut jagger (optional),
1-tbsp coriander cumin powder,
1\2-tbsp turmeric powder,
2-tbsp oil,
Salt to taste and coriander leavs for garnish.

Step 1: Cut tomato in to small pieces.
Step 2: Heat the oil in pan and add mustard seeds and cumin seeds.

Step 3: Then add boiled potato cub in it and cook for 3-minutes.

Step 4: When potato are little brown then add chopped tomato in it.

Step 5: Cook until tomato is mix well.

Step 6: Then add red chilli powder, turmeric powder, jagger and salt to taste.

Step 7: Garnish with coriander leaves.

Serve hot with paratha.

With my art....................


Roopa said...

yummy one kajal. the photos are so good too.potato and tomato sure to go very well with paratas.

Roopa said...

BTW forgot to mention your art work looks good :). its been ages since i held the brush in my hand :(

Richa said...

hey kajal, shaak bau colorful che!
goes so well with paratha :)

reena said...

kajal, first i always love your step by step pics and this curry looks so tempting. tomato and aloo have blended so well.

Vcuisine said...

Nice sketch and comfort side dish Kajal. Viji

Asha said...

Beautiful dish Kajal.What's cut Jagger though?
Art is gorgeous,should frame it:))

trupti said...

Aa shaak tikhi puri saathey ketlu saras lagey!
thanks for your version, Kajal.....


DEEPA said...

very simple and so yummy ..I also make this art looks so nice

Jyothi said...

hmmmmmm.....yummy kajal. This is one of my favorite dish. Your art looks great. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Good stuff Kajal. Real nice art work as well. As I said before I need to get my lil one (nani R) interested in art work. Or may be I can browse your blog along with her that way she knows how talented you are and she can get some motivation by looking at the lovely pictures and the artwork that you have posted.


Rajani said...

Hi Kajal,
My mom makes this curry too. We call it Bangaladumpa kura. Your version reminds me of her. Lovely pictures as always, feels like we are watching a cooking show...


Kajal said...

Hi Roopa,
Thanks for your nice words for my recipe and my art work.
You take brush in your hand, defiantly you work better than me my dear.:)

Kajal said...

Kem chhe richa?
Tari sathe vat karvani maja ave chhe.
Tamara shabdo amane khub game chhe.
Thanks for dat.:)

Kajal said...

Reena, your words are fastidious my dear.
Thanks a lot!

Kajal said...

Hi Viji,
Always your small and sweet words is attracts me.
Thank 4 that.:)

Kajal said... dear no word 4 you,
Thanks for your lovely words and I should try to frame it.:)
Asha I always wait for you.:)

Kajal said...

Hi active girl,
You say and I cook tikhi puri, O mere aka your wish is complete, Trupti...........:)

Kajal said...

Hi Deepa,
Thanks for you nice words.
Have a great day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Jyothi,
WOW.........after long time I see you my dear, happy to see your comment.
Thanks my dear and keep in touch.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Samirji,
Your nani R is good artist.........Thanks for your nice comment.
Have a nice day.:)

Kajal said...

Oh......this is called as Bangaladumpa which language?
Thanks Rajani.:)

Rajani said...

Hi Kajal,
In Telugu language, Andhra state.


Kajal said...

Hi Rajani,

Thanks for sharing information.
Good Day.


Anonymous said...

Yummy !!!! Very tasty! Thanks kajal