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Pakistani Spiced Potatoes (ZWT-9)

Pakistani Spiced Potatoes (ZWT-9) created by Northwestgal

Found at a cooking-by-country website, this recipe boasts all the things I want from a recipe. It can be served hot or cold, can be served as a starter or a side-dish to virtually all main-courses, can be made ahead, is ingredient friendly & has a 35 min prep time (Cool time not included)..I rest my case. Enjoy!

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  • Place unpeeled potatoes in a lrg saucepan, cover w/water, bring to the boil & cook for 20 min or until very tender. Remove from the heat & allow to cool.
  • Peel the cold potatoes & cut into 1-in cubes (2.5 cm).
  • Heat the oil (or ghee) in a lrg frying pan until hot. Add potato cubes & fry until golden brown on all sides.
  • Sprinkle potatoes w/the remaining ingredients, stir to evenly coat & add salt as desired. Remove w/a slotted spoon & serve hot or cold.
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"Found at a cooking-by-country website, this recipe boasts all the things I want from a recipe. It can be served hot or cold, can be served as a starter or a side-dish to virtually all main-courses, can be made ahead, is ingredient friendly & has a 35 min prep time (Cool time not included)..I rest my case. Enjoy!"
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  1. Mami J
    I boiled these potatoes until they were still crisp so that try wouldn't be mushy. We liked them but next time I might reduce the cumin. Served with a sprinkle of paprika for garnish. Thanks! Made for CQ '17
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  2. Northwestgal
    Pakistani Spiced Potatoes (ZWT-9) Created by Northwestgal
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  3. Northwestgal
    These tasted great, twissis! The only thing we didn't care for was the texture. The first step calls for boiling the potatoes first, then it's followed up with pan frying them, which I think the boiling made them a little too mushy for us. We did like the taste created from the combination of spices used in this recipe though, so I'd definitely make this recipe again and skip boiling the potatoes first and just jump to the step of frying cubed potatoes (unpeeled). Thanks for a great recipe, twissis.
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  4. twissis
    Found at a cooking-by-country website, this recipe boasts all the things I want from a recipe. It can be served hot or cold, can be served as a starter or a side-dish to virtually all main-courses, can be made ahead, is ingredient friendly & has a 35 min prep time (Cool time not included)..I rest my case. Enjoy!
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