Stuffed Masala Potatoes.
The monsoon is unto us, and thats the time when we have lazy afternoons and busy evenings, and our taste birds start tingling more than they should be. Of course, we can conjure up any recipe under the sun, but who has the time! Here’s a good monsoon recipe comprising og potatoes and some masalas that are always available in the kitchen.
* 1/2 Kilo potatoes cut into two and notched * 1 teaspoon chili * 1 teaspoon salt * 1/2 teaspoon turmeric * 2 teaspoons coriander
How to cook:
Mix the masalas well and stuff them into the notches. Make sure that you do not apply too much pressure, or else the potatoes will break at the notches. Then, pour the pan in the oil and let it simmer. Once the oil simmers, put the potatoes face up and keep for a good ten minutes. After ten minutes, tilt the potatoes and check if the lower side is cooked. You can do this by pinching it with a knife and checking for softness.If the softness is okay, tilt all of the potatoes and let them fry for another five minutes. Remember that this is the masala side and too much frying will burn the masalas and therefore the potatoes. The dish is ready after a while.