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Potato, a Universal Favourite

Potatoes top the list for Navratri fasting and instead of the regular aloo tomato, I made Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves. Whenever you are in a fix about what to cook, the first thing that comes to mind is Potatoes. They are easy to cook, a universal favourite and can be used in myriad ways. Kids just lap them up and adults too find them very appetising. It is easy to please anyone with a bowl of Baby Potato Fry. The starch in potatoes provide the necessary energy during fasting and even keep you full.

Most important of all, how is your Navratri going on. Life is short, enjoy it to the fullest.

Goodness Of  Baby Potatoes

It is a proven fact that there are various benefits of eating baby potatoes. They are rich in all types of amino acids and several nutrients. Surprisingly, potatoes are said to be good for losing weight. Yes, that’s what research says. The reasons to eat baby potatoes and include them in your diet are numerous. Baby potatoes are the potatoes that are harvested before they are fully developed. Owing to this, you will find that baby potato has a sweeter taste. Cooking methods for Baby potatoes is versatile; steamed, broiled, grilled, roasted, stir-fried, baked.

Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves

As I pondered about mint-aloo or tomato-aloo while walking in the garden, I reached the curry leaves tree and the scent from it was a Eureka moment. I decided to make Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves. I just plucked a few sprigs and entered the kitchen with my loot. The delicious dish that I prepared was appreciated so much.

Benefits of Curry Leaves

I live in South India and curry leaf trees are found in almost every home. Karvepakku, as they are known in the local dialect, are a staple and extensively used in curries, dal, rice, snacks, podi to enhance the flavour. They are relished for their aromatic and distinctive flavour and have several health and beauty benefits. Curry leaves is a herb that helps in conditions like indigestion weight loss, blood pressure, diabetes, acne, hair loss, etc. Commonly known as kadi patta, they contain various nutrients and vitamins.

Ergo, when I cooked Baby Potatoes fry with Curry leaves it was an awesome combo for a Vrat recipe. Potatoes are versatile and a humble vegetable that is used in various cuisines.

Serve Baby Potatoes Fry with Kuttu ki Roti

Check out my other Vrat recipes; Banana Lassi, Banana Cutlets and Lauki ki Kheer., Sabudana ki khichdi and Roasted Makhana

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Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves| Vrat Ka Khana
Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves| Vrat Ka Khana
Print Recipe
Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves is a flavorful dish with the subtle taste of the curry leaves adding a unique flavour.
Servings Prep Time
4 persons 20 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 persons 20 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves| Vrat Ka Khana
Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves| Vrat Ka Khana
Print Recipe
Baby Potato Fry with Curry Leaves is a flavorful dish with the subtle taste of the curry leaves adding a unique flavour.
Servings Prep Time
4 persons 20 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 persons 20 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: persons
Instructions
  1. Wash the potatoes well and boil in an open pan. Peel and set aside
    Wash the potatoes well and boil in an open pan. Peel and set aside
  2. Heat 2 tbsps. oil in a deep non-stick pan, add the cumin, red chilli powder, dry red chillies and salt. Stir fry till a little golden. Transfer in a bowl and set aside.
    Heat 2 tbsps. oil in a deep non-stick pan, add the cumin, red chilli powder, dry red chillies and salt. 
Stir fry till a little golden. 
Transfer in a bowl and set aside.
  3. Heat 1 tbsp oil in another pan, add the curry leaves and fry till crisp. Roughly chop tomato and add fried curry leaves to a mixer jar and blend to a smooth paste.
    Heat 1 tbsp oil in another pan, add the curry leaves and fry till crisp. Roughly chop tomato and add fried curry leaves to a mixer jar and blend to a smooth paste.
  4. Heat remaining oil in the pan add cumin seeds, green chillies and a few curry leaves.
    Heat remaining oil in the pan add cumin seeds, green chillies and a few curry leaves.
  5. Add dried red chilli and ground paste and mix well. Add the fried potatoes and a little water, rock salt and mix well. Cover and cook on medium heat for 10 minutes.
  6. Roast the peanuts, peel and crush roughly. Add the crushed peanuts and mix well.
    Roast the peanuts, peel and crush roughly. Add the crushed peanuts and mix well.
  7. Transfer into a serving bowl and serve hot garnished with a fresh coriander sprig.
    Transfer into a serving bowl and serve hot garnished with a fresh coriander sprig.
  8. The taste of the curry leaves tickles the palate and it is lip-smacking when scooped up with the Kuttu Ki Puri.
    The taste of the curry leaves tickles the palate and it is lip-smacking when scooped up with the Kuttu Ki Puri.
Recipe Notes
  • Prick the potatoes all over with a fork before cooking so that they imbibe all the salt, seasonings and flavours.
  • If you do not have fresh curry leaves you can use dried and powdered too.
  • Dry roast the curry leaves in a pan or in a microwave if you do not want to fry.

Baby Potato Fry Vrat ka Khana

Harjeet Kaur

Harjeet Kaur

My writing was limited to school essays and projects for my kids and out of the blue, my writing career began with writing articles for the magazine section of The Hindu. I had a weekend column in the newspaper which was well appreciated. Juggling my time between various jobs down the years and my writing, I have written content for fliers, brochures for colleges, speeches, social media content and also website content I love writing and I am open to writing on a plethora of topics. My blog has interesting insights into my life and travels, gardening, beauty, grooming, recipes, mental health and sustainability. I am a freelance content writer and the answer to all your content generation needs. I thrive on writing and content writing gets my adrenaline pumping. Stringing words and vocabulary is my passion as well as my bread and butter. Whether it is lifestyle content, ghostwriting, blogging, features, or articles, covers the whole gamut of writing that I can pen down. My writing has been much appreciated as it attracts, engrosses as well as captivates. I love to write on any interesting topic under the sun. Meeting new people and understanding what makes them tick is always enlightening. Communication is my strong point and I get across my thoughts right from the heart. An avid and dedicated blogger, my blog is valued by family and friends alike. My blog is ranked 14 in the Top 100 Lifestyle Blogs in India. I love to cook for family and friends and my secret ingredient- “love” is abundantly used in my cooking. It covers myriad interesting topics. I am a passionate home chef and am all for a healthy balanced diet with simple, easy-to-cook recipes. What I do is transform traditional recipes into gourmet by the turn of my ladle. Do read my blogs to know me better.

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Comments 11

  1. This looks so delicious! I’ve bookmarked this post and once I get my hands on some baby potatoes, I shall definitely try this dish!.

  2. Neha Sharma says:

    I have never tried making baby potatoes like this, will try this recipe, it looks delicious. Thank you for the recipe, Harjeet! Your food pictures make me drool badly.

  3. Vashi says:

    Im observing Navratri & your recipe came at the nick of time. Definitely making it tonight. Looks so tempting.

  4. Loved this recipe. Will make it and share the pictures with you too.

  5. Loved this recipe. Surely gonna try and btw the photography is too good!

  6. Neha Tambe says:

    Potatoes can be made in so many ways! I haven’t come across this dish but it looks delicious. Will try it

  7. No doubt about it, Potato wins with the majority when it comes to liking. I love baby potatoes with curry and do make it occasionally at home too. That’s true curry leaves serve numerous benefits. I will surely check more fast recipes shared by you.

  8. Dr Bushra says:

    Looks scrumptiouly delicious. Indeed perfect for vrat #dewreads
    #MyFriendAlexa

  9. The recipe is very different to what I make one this recipe looks very easy to make this droolworthy dish. I am gonna try it soon.

  10. This looks so good. I really like such interesting recipes. Will definitely give this a try. I am sure my goirls would like it too.

  11. Aseem says:

    This seems so delicious :).

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