I have to say this dish beats my own Punjabi cumin potatoes, and it goes with almost everything.
Serves 4-6Salt, to taste3 large potatoes (around 900g in total), halved15g root ginger, peeled weight3 garlic cloves, peeled2 large-ish tomatoes, one quartered, the other cut into slim wedges4 tbsp vegetable oil¾ tsp cumin seeds1 tsp mustard seeds1 large onion, roughly chopped2/3 tsp turmeric2 tsp ground coriander1 tsp ground cumin1 tsp garam masala½–¾ tsp chilli powder Large handful of chopped coriander leaves Method Bring a large pot of water to the boil and salt it well.
Blend together the ginger, garlic and quartered tomato until smooth. Add the cumin and mustard seeds and, once the cumin starts to darken, add the onion.
Cook for a minute before adding the ginger and garlic mixture, the ground spices and salt.
Place in the potatoes and boil until just tender (up to 30 minutes).
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