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Old 01-18-2013, 05:27 AM   #11
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agreed, steve.

and thanks, menumaker. this looks really good. i really love indian food, especially "aloo".
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Don't get me started on ' Aloo' or paneer with spiced spinich..I drool at the thought of Indian food, especially vegetarian food and I'm a dedicated meat eater as well !
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aloo paratha, or aloo gobi, or...

i'm getting hungry for indian and it's not even 8am here.
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I believe that's 1-inch cubes. 6 regular sized potatoes, diced into 1-inch cubes.
D'oh. Well (casting about for someone to blame) I misunderstood because those potato people came out with these teeny potatoes. Last year, I wouldn't have looked so dumb. It's all their fault.
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D'oh. Well (casting about for someone to blame) I misunderstood because those potato people came out with these teeny potatoes. Last year, I wouldn't have looked so dumb. It's all their fault.
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Let's pretend we're having a masala dosa for breakfast eh?
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Old 01-18-2013, 05:28 PM   #17
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Thanks for the lovely recipe
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:27 PM   #18
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I used the recipe as inspiration for a vegetarian main that includes black beans, paneer, carrots and broccoli:

Dinner Saturday 19th January

Post #13 has the picture.
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That sounds great CW, glad I inspired you. Try par-boiling and then sauted caulifower and onion with the same spices but no tomato, just a little stock. That's good too.
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thank you so much menumaker for a great recipe
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Bombay Potatoes Here we go; Serves 6-8 so adjust accordingly 3tblsp vegetable oil 1 Teasp mustard seeds 1 " Turmeric 1 " garem masala 1 " chili powder pinch of Cumin 1 walnut-size piece of fresh ginger 4 knobs of butter 6 potatoes--par-boiled and cubed ( about 1" size is good) Tin of chopped tomatoes garnish of fresh coriander or parsley will do Heat oil gently and cook off spices for a minute or so then add the butter. Stir in the cubed potato making sure they are well coated. (Now, IF you cannot access all the above spices you could substitute with 2 tablespoons of a good curry powder at this stage OK?) Cook gently for a minute or 3 and then add the tomatoes. Warm through and add the fresh herbs Simple and very delicious Enjoy, especially in the cold weather 3 stars 1 reviews
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