Oooh - this was really yummy and really easy to do. I used powdered coriander as I didn't have seeds; not mint. I didn't have Garam Masala so used a Thai Red Curry Paste which, far as I can tell, is very similiar. Otherwise I didn't change a thing and this is definitely going into my Favourites Cookbook.
Delicious. Smells fantastic! The specifics that I used were: red potatoes and Earth Balance (instead of ghee). I wonder if this would have been even better (look and/or taste) with black mustard seeds. I've seen recipes call for those specifically. It tasted great but could have used a little more pretty for the presentation. Perhaps next time some black mustard seeds and peas.
I have made this so many times to accompany various meals apart from curries. It is easy to make & very tasty in its own right. You deserve another 5 star rating, thank you very much for a regular in our house.
Yum! What a flavourful dish, it takes potatoes to another level. Made as posted and used the hint to sub garam masala with curry powder as I'd run out. I have some leftovers which I intend chopping a bit smaller, adding some peas and making into samosas. Thanks for posting!
Super good! I made it last night, but accidentally used less flavour. Making again tonight. Even my next door neighbour from India said it was good!! Hubby was very impressed!!
So good and so easy! Went great with a grilled leg of lamb! This one is a keeper! I will add a little more chili powder next time, though. I used new white potatoes and left the skins on. Made this for ZWT III.
This was a really fast and delicious recipe. I took Sussan's tip and used some hearty whole grain mustard in place of the mustard seeds, I also used about 1/2 to 3/4 cups vegetable boullion while cooking to help create a saucy sauce - everything else was the same. This was so simple and easy to prepare - we loved it and I know we are going to make this a standard when it's Indian night here in our household! :)
A wonderful and simple recipe that we both loved and can't wait to eat again. The method mentions paprika, but it's not in the ingredients likewise the salt-I used a teaspoon of each. I used the optional chilli powder and a sprinkling of more fresh coriander to finish. Thanks for a great recipe Sussan