Hi, Ray here again.
I don’t know about you, but I enjoy eating a good curry with some extras. Some lime pickle or mango chutney, or a naan. I know that I’ve written before how the extras can be really bad for from a calorie point of view (you can check out the Curry Calorie Count article that basically goes into showing how you can work out how many calories are in a curry), but what about a tasty side dish to eat with a curry?
I noticed that a very simple Potato Curry Recipe had recently arrived on the Curry Focus website in amongst the Vegetarian Side Dishes recipes and decided to try out the recipe. And, after all, who doesn’t like potatoes?
The preparation consists of peeling and chopping up potatoes, chopping tomatoes and chopping some fresh chillies. What could be easier?
So I hit the kitchen and got on with it.
As well as being a simple recipe to follow, the cooking part is really fast as well. From start to finish, the whole process only took about 25 minutes.
And a delicious Potato Curry was the result of the cooking. The curry was nice and spicy, and had great fenugreek and cumin tastes mixed in. The heat level was “Hot” and the taste rating was 8 out of 10.
I’m certainly going to make this again when I have a big family curry to cook. I can just double the quantities and there will be enough for 8. It’s sure to go well with another hot curry.