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BM #108 Week 2 Day 1 - 

The simple version of no onion no garlic potatoes is the first kind of sabji I ever ate while growing up. Muddha in telugu means mashed and koora means sabji. This sabji goes well with rice, puri, roti or as a base for Bread Sev or as a filling for sandwiches.

This week I have taken up a new and interesting theme where I would post recipes starting with A, B and C for the usual three days. The category I have chosen is 'Andhra Dishes'. So for the month of February, if I choose this theme, I would have to continue posting in the same category of andhra Dishes but the starting letters for the recipes should be D, E, F. 

The simple everyday meal platter features Aloo Muddha KooraMethi-Mango DalSemiya UpmaYogurt and Rice.



Ingredients - 

Aloo / Potatoes, peeled and cubed 2 cups
Salt, Turmeric, Green Chilies, Coriander Leaves as needed
Lime Juice 1 tsp or as needed
Seasoning (Oil 2 tsp, Mustard Seeds 1/2 tsp, Chana Dal 1 tsp, Urad Dal 1 tsp, Cumin Seeds 1/2 tsp, Curry leaves few, Dry Red Chilies 1)



Method Of Preparation -


Boil the peeled and cubed potatoes. I cooked them in the microwave for 6 minutes. Gently mash them and set aside.

In a heated pan, add oil and the rest of the seasoning. After the mustard seeds pop and the dals are golden brown, slit the green chilies and saute for a few minutes. 

Also sprinkle turmeric and add the boiled and gently mashed potatoes. Sprinkle a few spoons of water and salt. Mix well and remove from heat.

Sprinkle some lime juice and mix well.

Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve.


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Preparation Time 15 minutes
Serves 3-4
Posted by Harini R on Friday, January 10, 2020

3 comments

  1. A simple potato madh , but so flavourful , love potatoes in any form . And interesting to read the Andhra name of the dish .😊

     
  2. Srivalli Says:
  3. Fantastic choice Harini, I so look forward to read and enjoy your series. I somehow knew you will take up Andhra cuisine..:)...this mudda kura is a versatile one right, and your thali looks so inviting!

     
  4. What a beautiful and comforting potato curry this is. It almost reminds me of podimas recipe. That whole platter looks just perfect for lunch!

     
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