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    Potato Masala / Aloo Masala / Urulaikilangu Masala - Using Coconut Milk



    Potato masala is always the best pair for sambar rice, rasam rice or curd rice and it is such a comfort food that you can serve it with dosa, chapatis, rotis, pooris and any Indian bread variety. With the leftover masala you can make bondas, stuffed rotis, or any fritters. This potato masala is so delicious and flavorful and no one will believe that you have added just cinnamon sticks for flavor. So simple to make but tastes so yum, I have prepared it mildly spicy, but you can alter the spiciness according to your wish. Coriander leaves and curry leaves gives such an awesome flavor and aroma and adding coconut milk to preparation makes it even more flavorful and yummy. This is another of my best recipes and my brother today requested me to make this masala and I was really very glad to make this for him. Lets now see how to make this spicy and lip-smacking potato masala. 

    For my other version of aloo masala / potato masala click here!!
    To check out my other potato recipes click here!!

    INGREDIENTS

    (Serves 3)
    1. Potatoes - 3 
    2. Chopped onions - 1 spoon 
    3. Curry leaves - Few 
    4. Coriander leaves - Few 
    5. Coconut milk - 1 cup 
    6. Red chilli powder - 1 spoon 
    7. Coriander powder - 3/4 spoon 
    8. Turmeric powder - 1/4 spoon
    9. Cinnamon stick - 2 small sticks 
    10. Mustard seeds - 1/4 spoon 
    11. Salt - As per taste 
    12. Oil - 5 spoons 


    PREPARATION METHOD

    • Pressure cook (10 minutes)/steam (10 minutes)/boil potatoes (15 minutes) and set aside. Once it cools down peel off the skin and mash well using fingers. Set aside.
    • Heat a pan add oil and after it heats well add mustard seeds and let it splutter.
    • Then add cinnamon stick, curry leaves and onions and saute well until it turns translucent. 
    • Now add red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder and salt. 
    • Then add some water and stir. Now add a cup of coconut milk and stir well.
    • Add the mashed potatoes and stir well on medium flame. 
    • Cook until the masala thickens, keep stirring occasionally and mash as you cook. 
    • Finally when the mixture thickens add some coriander leaves, curry leaves and stir well.
    • Remove from flame and serve!!

    TIP 1: You can also add 1/4 spoon of crushed peppercorns or 1/4 spoon pepper powder to enhance the flavor.

    TIP 2: Extract thick coconut milk to get the best flavor.

    TIP 3: Adding a spoon of cashew paste will make it even more yummier. 

    TIP 4: Add another cup of coconut milk to make it like a semi-gravy masala. 


    Delicious potato masala is now ready!! Serve with sambar rice, rasam rice, curd rice or any Indian bread variety like chapati, poori, roti and enjoy!!

    Tasty and Easy Lunch idea; Takes totally 40 minutes
    (Prepare rice and potato masala simultaneously meanwhile do the pre-preparation method for making rasam)
    Main course - Rice {Pressure cooker method} (10 minutes)
    Rasam (lemon / tamarind rasam) (lemon - 5 to 8 minutes; tamarind rasam 10 minutes)
    Side-dish - Potato masala (15 minutes)





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    75 comments:

    1. Very tempting and mouthwatering

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    2. Very tempting masala....wish to have with karakhuzhampu...

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      1. I have never tried this with karakulambu wish to try some :) Thanks dear!!

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    3. Simple and delicious masala,tempting

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    4. Que buena receta, me encanta!
      Soy nueva por tu blog, ya soy nuevo miembro :D
      Te invito a que pases a mi cocina, se bienvenida
      Un besito ^^
      http://janakitchen.blogspot.com

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      1. Hi there welcome to my space :) Sorry I don't know spanish can you post the comment in english?? And anyways thanks for visiting :)

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    5. sounds and looks so delicious, want to try it now... hmmmm

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      1. It tasted great sis :) Loved the flavors try it sometime :)

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    6. Never tried aloo curry with coconut milk. I can imagine the nice creamy flavour it would add. Yum!

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      1. Yeah Radha was so delicious and tasted so rich with all the flavors..Thank you :)

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    7. yummy aloo masala..yes good combination of rice,rasam &aloomasala..i come over there right now..

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    8. Nice variation..will make it ..hubby dear loves aloo sabji of any kind.

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      1. He will definitely love this too Shobha ji :)

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    9. Dear I have a google traslator on my blog, on the top on the right, so you can read all my recipes :D
      Un besito ^^
      http://janakitchen.blogspot.com

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      1. Thanks dear will definitely check it out :)

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    10. in our language it is called aloo chokha. Super yummy preparation.

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    11. simply wonderful this dish and the colours too!

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    12. delicious aloo masala.. Ongoing event " Party snacks",more detais : http://en-iniyaillam.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/party-snacks-event-announcement.html

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    13. Aloo is my favorite, would love to have this dish with roti & bread :) delicious

      http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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      1. Yeah Shweta try it with bread makes a great breakfast too :) Thanks dear!!

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      1. Yeah!! Goes well with pooris too Julie :)

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    15. Potatoes in any form are gobbled in our house.. looks very delish!

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    16. Love potato dishes in any form.. This Potato masala looks delicious..

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    17. potato with coconut milk and cinnamon flavour

      yummy delicious and i love ur pics


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    18. Never used coconut milk in potato masala.... Very new n innovative dear... N awesome clicks

      Event: dish name starts with O

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    19. Wow! using coconut milk is a great idea Divya! must have tasted awesome.

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      1. Thanks Swasthi :) Yeah it tasted too good..Try it sometime dear :)

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    20. seems very easy to make.. gonna try it for sure.. My fav for potatoes is dal rice..

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      1. Thanks Poorni :) Do try and let me know how much you liked it :)

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    21. Coconut milk and potato - that is interesting... Your pictures are picture perfect.

      Sowmya

      Ongoing Event - Coconut

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    22. wow superb divy... i thought today too u post NV, after seeing this wow... very very yummy dear... i love it with paruppu satham... will had 2 plateful... delicious n my most favorite dear.... thanks for sharing divy...
      VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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      1. Ha ha ha good for you I posted a veg recipe :) Me too like this with sambar rice or dal..Thanks for the lovely comment dear :)

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    23. Very yummy...looks perfect. Would like to have it now...

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    24. I'll happily have this masala with some rotis for my dinner tonite.

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    25. Hi Divya,

      Please add the link to Mireille'a page also.. Looking forward for more entries!!!

      Sowmya

      Ongoing Event - Coconut

      Ongoing Event - Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids - Combo Meals

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