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I made this tonight with half sweet potato and half diced chat potatoes. I concocted my own panch phoron and added my home grown coriander and a bit extra sea salt. It smelled and tasted excellent.

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katew April 17, 2012

Delish!!! A keeper!

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taylor6004 April 16, 2009

I totally agree with the previous reviewer...... the spice mixture (panch phoron) makes this fabulous!!! I made my own panch phoron using your instructions in the recipe intro. It's one of the finest spice mixtures I've ever tasted and goes so well with the sweet potatoes, onions, garlic and cilantro. I can tell that I'll be making this often. I'm in love! Thanx for posting!

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*Parsley* February 01, 2009

Have to say the spicing made this a great dish. A mixture of familiar and unfamiliar flavors. I am also a newcomer to panch phoron but that will not stay that way for long. I'm not a fan of cilantro so I left it out, added the bit of salt LP suggested and served it with a non-vegetarian lamb curry and a wonderful garden salad.

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Member #610488 December 20, 2008

Great side dish with mild and interesting flavours -- and wonderful aromas. This is the first time I have used panch phoron, but not the last. Made this as written, using 3 cloves of garlic. Added some salt, which I thought was essential. Thanks Pat.

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Leggy Peggy December 18, 2008
Bengali Potatoes