Potato Stew is a Popular Side dish Recipe in Kerala homes. Potato stew is an All Purpose gravy,goes well with Appam,Idiyappam(Nool Puttu),chapathi,Roti,paratha,idli,dosa,Mild Pulao's,fried Rice & Jeera rice
Then Mr X returned from his regular visit to Kerala and brought me back a package of dried kokum. One 2 inch piece of kokum or 2 Tbs of tamarind puree4 ripe tomatoes or one 16oz can of chopped tomatoes2 Tbs of coconut or vegetable oil 1 tsp of black mustard seeds1/2 tsp of fenugreek seedsA 1 and 1/4 inch piece of peeled fresh ginger chopped very finely4 green serrano chilies slit in half1 peeled crushed shallot2 onions cut in halves and thinly sliced1 tsp of ground turmeric1 Tbs of ground coriander1 cup of coconut milk1 stalk of curry leavesHere's What To Do
I can proudly say that this is one of the best veg biryani i ever made. I have posted so many version of biryani in this blog like capsicum biryani, babycorn biryani, paneer biryani, brinji rice and etc
A sweet melancholy of vegetables with sweet coconut milk. The spices added during tempering blend so well with the final stew, it is very difficult to make out that so many spices where indeed used to make this dish
If you ask keralites what are the breakfast items from Kerala or if you check any Kerala restaurant breakfast menu, you can find like these pair of names “Puttu and kadala curry”, “Appam and Egg Roast”, “Idiyappam and egg Curry”, “Poori and Potato Curry”, “Dosa and Sambar”, “Idly and Chammanthi Curry”, “Porota and beef ”, “Vellayappam and tharavu (duck) Curry” etc
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~ Whether serving this dish family style or as individual servings always plate with the roasted vegetables surrounded by the beef and gravy to show off the beautifully roasted vegetables and the dark, glistening gravy
I am able to find many Indian vegetables very easily here and have been cooking with them happily. When browsing through the cook books for some South Indian recipes, I saw this Keralastyle kootu curry recipe in Classic Lunch recipes by Mallika Badrinath