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exotica special potato onion curry

This exotic mouthwatering potato and onion dish is very popular in rajasthan since rajasthan is a  desert all dishes in rajasthani cuisine are very colorful and spicy don't worry in this recipe i have put very less chilly's so you can enjoy it.....

baby potato......250 gm 
baby onion........150 gm
 garlic and ginger paste.....2tsp
onion paste.........1/2 cup
tomato puree......3tbsp
jeera.........1 tsp
coriander powder.....1tsp
turmeric powder........1/2 tsp
red chilly powder(kashmiri).......1/2 tsp
salt as per taste
oil .........3tbsp


1. boil and peel potato's keep them aside
2. heat oil in a pan put jeera wait till it crackle 
3. add ginger garlic paste and onion past in it
4. stir till golden in colour
5. add puree and dry coriander,chilly,turmeric and salt in it
6. add onion (whole)in it 
7. add potato's(whole) in it
8. mix well cover and cook till it oil separate 
9. add little water to make gravy boil ,garnish with coriander and green chilly's  


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