Tuesday, November 4, 2008

PEANUT POTATO CRUNCHY

Oh ho...the second recipe using pea nuts in this week. Can we call it as pea nut weakAs an old advertisement says in Sun TV Pea nut vaaaaaaaram..... Hm?!... This was also a long pending in my draft.

This is our favorite! who refuse to eat crunchy potatoes. come lets enjoy the twisty treat.

INGREDIENTS

Potatoes ½ kg
Butter 2 tsp
salt
and turmeric
Fried Peanut powder(coarsely powdered) 4 to 5 tsp
Chilli powder 2 tsp
Garam masala pinch Garlic 2 to 3 pods minced

METHOD

Boil and peel the potatoes cut into bite-size cubes.
Add melted butter to the pot and generously sprinkle with salt and turmeric. (Place the lid on the pot and shake vigorously).
The butter and salt should combine with the potato to create a light "mash" around each potato.
Heat heavy bottomed pan and tamper with usual tapering items.
Add minced garlic, saute and add potatoes. Mix well and slowly add chili powder, peanut powder garam masala one by one.
All the powder should get coated on potatoes and should get evenly mixed.
Roast the potatoes in low flame by stirring occasionally until it become brown and crunchy,
Enjoy the roast with morkulambu, VATHAK KULAMBU, PLAIN RASAM or sambar rice.

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10 comments:

anudivya said...

Peanut vaaram? LOL!
Do they still have it?

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow looks yummy. Adding peanuts to potato is something new to me. Will try out this version soon.

Yasmeen said...

Its peanut bahaar in your blog!. Alu peanuts sounds like a tasty combo:)

Curry Leaf said...

Surely peanut week,:)This idea I will try out

jeyashrisuresh said...

will surely try soon.I too use peanuts often in most of the dishes.This is new to me.Very tempting

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks anu,KF,Yasmeen,CL and jeyashri.

Peanuts will add extra taste and aroma to the all veg fries like brinjal, tindora, raw plantain etc..

Indranee said...

Good recipe...love the color!

n33ma said...

Looks very yummy.will make a nice sack too.congrats on your awards.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks Indranee.

Thanks n33ma for visiting here and nice words.

rekhas kitchen said...

wow this looks so mouthwatering yaar will try it sure