I dont cook potatoes very often. Honestly, i dont like those gargantuan burly potatoes. I prefer the baby bite sized potatoes. Occasionally, when i do buy a few potatoes, our meals see this delicious creamy stew and we gorge on this alongside lacy aapams. They make a hearty breakfast that s very amiable with the tummy. I m not going to talk much today. Oh! i m just a lil tongue tied after a hectic Sunday. So this post is just going to be some stew, aapam and me.
( Easy stew made with potatoes and coconut milk)
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 40 mins
Serves 3 generously
Potatoes 3 medium
Onion 2 medium chopped finely
Green chilies 3 slit lengthwise
Cinnamon 1″ piece
Bay leaf 1
Ginger 1 teaspoon grated
Thick fresh coconut milk 1 c
Sugar ¼ tsp
Curry leaves a sprig
Salt to taste
Oil 1 tbsp
Pressure cook the potatoes until tender. Let cool, peel and mash. Set aside.
In a small pressure cooker, heat oil.
Add the cinnamon, cloves, bay leaf ,curry leaves and green chili and saute till aromatic. Takes about 1 min.
Add the onions and ginger next and fry till golden brown.
Now, add the mashed potatoes, salt and a cup of water and mix well.
Add the coconut milk and mix.
Cook covered for 3 to 4 mins.
Once done, sprinkle sugar and mix lightly.
Serve hot with aapams. We enjoy this with dosa too.
What a beautiful Appam Anusha ! your pictures and receipes are just compelling me to try these authentic dishes now.. very soon !!!! :P<br /><br />Recipe for Potato Stew bookmarked !!
Appam and potato stew is my fav fav combo!! I add some carrots n green peas as well.
This is the way eat our Aappams, unlike tamil homes where just coconut milk is used..
Perfect with the aapam..
Priya Suresh says
I want that plate rite now,soooo tempting.
Radhika Subramanian says
Perfect combo to go with Appam. After seeing this I could very easily give up coconut milk, my favorite way of relishing appams.
Divya Shivaraman says
oh mine…best combo for aapam…