Indian Smothered Curried Potatoes

I found this recipe somewhere online, printed it off, and promptly forgot the source. When I went to use it, I realized that there were a couple of rather important items referred to in the directions that weren't in the ingredients list--the butter and the sugar! So I guessed at the amounts, and if the original, correct recipe was better, then I'd like to taste it, because this version is great!

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1hr 5mins
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directions

  • Cut potatoes in 1-inch cubes.
  • Boil potatoes in salted water until half-done, 8-10 minutes.
  • Drain.
  • Make a paste of spices (except bay leaves and red pepper), and yogurt.
  • Toss potatoes in it to coat.
  • Melt butter in a medium-sized, heavy dutch over or casserole.
  • Add bay leaves and red pepper, stir over low heat for a few minutes Add sugar.
  • Stir until sugar just begins to caramelize and turn golden.
  • Add potatoes, stir and toss gently.
  • Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
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"I found this recipe somewhere online, printed it off, and promptly forgot the source. When I went to use it, I realized that there were a couple of rather important items referred to in the directions that weren't in the ingredients list--the butter and the sugar! So I guessed at the amounts, and if the original, correct recipe was better, then I'd like to taste it, because this version is great!"
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  1. MaryMc
    I found this recipe somewhere online, printed it off, and promptly forgot the source. When I went to use it, I realized that there were a couple of rather important items referred to in the directions that weren't in the ingredients list--the butter and the sugar! So I guessed at the amounts, and if the original, correct recipe was better, then I'd like to taste it, because this version is great!
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