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#1 Old 05-30-2015, 07:33 PM
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The Best Ever Curried Potaoes

Just my personal opinion, but I seriously found these curried potatoes were the best I'd ever eaten

http://gormandizewithus.blogspot.com...-potatoes.html
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#2 Old 05-30-2015, 08:58 PM
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curry potato is so good. I haven't had any in quite some time.
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Just my personal opinion, but I seriously found these curried potatoes were the best I'd ever eaten

http://gormandizewithus.blogspot.com...-potatoes.html
Oh those don't look complicated either, I have all that stuff in the kitchen. I am going to make these curried potatoes tonight with a spinach walnut orange salad on the side.
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I do love curried potatoes but have never made them! These do sound delicious, and simple.
I'm out of my so delicious balsamic vinegar though. I found balsamic is worth spending more money on. I used to buy cheap and use for oil vinegar, but the good stuff is amazing!

Oh, and found your link to garam masala! SO helpful! I just recently began using it for things like oatmeal and I do have everything-except I think I may have thrown out the fennel seeds I had for years and never used...

I looked up chat potatoes and found 'small potatoes usually fed to swine', but then I also find it used as a adjective for Indian malasas?
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Just my personal opinion, but I seriously found these curried potatoes were the best I'd ever eaten

http://gormandizewithus.blogspot.com...-potatoes.html
These are cooking now, and the kitchen smells divine!

Edit: I am using small thin skinned yellow potatoes, they are creamy so should be good.
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I made these tonight and totally recommend!! 5 stars.
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#7 Old 05-31-2015, 06:18 PM
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I disappointed myself. I assumed it started with cooked potatoes so I peeled and started them in the pressure cooker before I checked the recipe.
I did end up with great olive oil/garlic mashed though! Even opened an old can of Campbells mushroom gravy
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This looks beautiful I did a Spinach and Potato curry the other day but it turned out a might mash-y.


Will do this tomorrow!
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Glad you all enjoyed so much! Seriously, I had a little dance when I first cooked these because they were so incredibly delicious.
@silva - you're right, 'chat' and 'chaat' are actually Indian for potato (I think- my Hindi skills are non existent...). But in Australia, we call the chat potatoes what you might call baby potatoes? In any case they're small round potatoes. Of course, you can use any potatoes - although I would recommend using a waxy variety so they don't break up too much while they cook. The benefit of using baby potatoes is you can cook them whole of halved so they don't break up much (and become curried mashed potato) and also because they look pretty
@LedBoots - sounds like a perfect variety of potatoes for the dish and glad yours turned out so well!
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Just printed this out. Can't wait to try it. Thanks!
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#11 Old 08-03-2015, 04:32 PM
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Finally got around to making these. My son kept saying he doesn't like curry--it didn't help that i used 4 T curry powder, but only one pound of potatoes! and I didn't measure the allspice, so I used way more.... I really liked it! Extra spicy!
I added frozen peas and some light coconut milk
and a can of diced tomatoes and chilis which curiously enough had way more chilis than usual.. may add chickpeas...
Seriously delicious, and I have an Indian take out to compare them to
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#12 Old 11-22-2016, 11:21 PM
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I've tried this recipe before. Absolutely divine!
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