One of the easiest ways of cooking potatoes is roasting them. All you do is slather them with some kind of flavoring, put them in an oven and voila – you have a delicious side dish to go with any meal.
I always have some kind of pesto handy in my fridge – my favorite one being a parsley pesto. You can use a store bought one or click on this link to use my recipe.
I prefer to roast the potatoes a little longer as I like them crispy but you can adjust this recipe to your taste.
This might be one of my family’s favorite dishes of comfort right now! I love this recipe I found courtesy Alton Brown and ofcourse I always add in my own little tidbits to any recipe.
In this case I just added a whole bunch of baby spinach leaves to the meat filling and it was delish!
I just love parathas – but then again who doesn’t.
A paratha is an Indian flat bread which can be stuffed with just about any filling. The most popular is Aloo (potato) but it can range from anything from ground meat (keema) to mixed combination of vegetables. My favorite parathas are made in my mother’s kitchen.
I love my parathas stuffed with a combination of cauliflower and radish (Gobhi/Moolee).
A paratha is a meal in itself. I love to eat it with homemade mango pickle and yogurt.
Here is the recipe for the most popular “Aloo Paratha”.
Potatoes are a classic Indian comfort food. Here is the way that Shanti makes her yummy spicy potates.
Samosas have got to be the perkiest snacks one can have in the Indian snacks echelon. Nothing brightens ones day as much as a hot, crispy, spicy samosa with a hot cup of tea (esp. on a rainy day).
Traditionally samosas are made with potatoes but on can stuff them with just about any filling.
Here is how we make samosas in my mother’s kitchen
Here is a spicy Indian take on potato salad. This wonderful recipe combines the earthiness of sesame with the pungent tastes of lime and mustard oil.
Aloo puri is a classic, comfort food in Indian homes. There are a zillion different ways of making it – each home has its own version of this dish.
I love these curried potatoes that we make in my mothers kitchen which really go well with hot, light puris.