Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Pindi Miriyam With Potato

Its always a pleasure to try and taste different dishes from other blogger buddies spaces na, this time for blog hop wednesdays i was paired with Sreevalli of Ammaji Recipes, she shares many Andhra specials with beautiful clicks and very interesting dishes..While going through her space, i got hooked to this easy breezy delicious dal based gravy prepared with potatoes, as we love potatoes in anything i didnt even thinked twice to try out this flavourful gravy from her space...This pindi miriyam tastes super delicious,quite easy to prepare and went awesome as side dish for both rice and rotis..Thanks to Sreevalli for sharing this typical Nellore dish which she got from her MIL..This gravy goes for toor dal and potato with a special masala paste prepared with usual spices apart from it this gravy doesnt need onions,tomatoes or garlic..


1cup Toordal
1cup Potato (diced)
Salt
1tsp Mustard seeds
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
2nos Red chillies
Asafoetida powder
Oil

To dry roast & grind:
2tbsp Rice
1/4cup Coconut powder
1tsp Peppercorns
1tbsp Channa dal
1tbsp Urad dal
1tbsp Coriander seeds
1tsp Cumin seeds
2nos Red chillies

Pressure cook both toor dal and potatoes with enough water and keep aside, meanwhile dry roast and grind all the spices  except the coconut powder given under the list 'to dry roast and grind',finally add the coconut powder and grind as paste..

Add this spice paste to the already cooked dal potato mixture,cook them in low flame, heat oil in a pan, add the mustard seeds,cumin seeds,red chillies and asafoetida powder, fry until they turns brown,add this tempered spices to the pindi miriyam and serve hot with rice or rotis..

46 comments:

  1. Nice preparation.............goes well with chappathi........

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  2. Would be so good to serve with some flatbread.

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  3. Its really good and easy to make.Thanks for this recipe.

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  4. Dear Priya
    How are you? Saw your comment at my blog and I am delighted. Just dont have proper net access where I stay in the desert. Today I am in Algiers and managed to read this wonderful recipe. Cant wait to try ...But that will be in January !! :-(..This is the 1st time abroad, I dont have a kitchen at my disposal.
    Have a nice week

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  5. very new to me...looks creamy and spicy.

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  6. Nice recipe and this curry looks good!!

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  7. Spicy and delicious..perfect with rotis..

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  8. New dish, but surely will try.. Such a simple recipe

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  9. What a unique and yummy recipe for daal,a must try:)!!!

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  10. I haven't tried this will try soon:)

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  11. ça a l'air délicieux
    bonne soirée

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  12. very nice recipe...dal,potato n spices new to me n can't wait to try...yes, its nice to recreate from fellow blogger's recipe :) happy to do blog hop with you all :)

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  13. Curry looks so spicy and yummy.

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  14. That does sound and look delicious. I hope you will consider submitting an Indian vegetarian recipe to my November event. Details are on my blog.

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  15. Luks creamy!! Will be nice with roti ..

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  16. Very interesting recipe. This is the first time I come across.

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  17. we make this with different veggies but never tried it with Potatoes! sounds interesting!

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  18. Fab recipe Priya, never had it before but looks extremely delicious!
    USMasala

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  19. seems so delicious Priya. Never heard of it till now. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Wonderful dish. Looks yummy and tempting.

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  21. That is one delicious looking potato recipe:)

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  22. wow that looks really creamy rich and spicy = yum!

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  23. Heard abt this a lot but never knew what exactly this was...Looks delicious!

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  24. Thank you Priya for unearthing this one. Super easy na to make.

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  25. Delicious n perfect for rotis! Tempting photo:)

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  26. Super like Priya, love the wonderful color.

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  27. This is new to me !! looks wonderful !!

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  28. never made pindi miriyam wid potato..nice variation

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  29. I always make similar kind of pindimiriyam at home. Yours came out perfect and tempting.
    Uma@Trendy Relish

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  30. This curry is very new to me. BTW sounds very interesting and delicious. Love to try this soon. Bookmarked.

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  31. I very rarely add potato to dal...this is interesting! and comforting!

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  32. Thanks for trying this recipe priya..It looks yum..Hope it tasted the same..

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  33. Looks nice and this can come under comfort food

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  34. This is new to me. Looks absolutely delicious!! Love all the spices that go into and the the deep golden color!

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