Potato Stew Recipe

July 31, 2019

How to make Potato Stew

Stews prepared in Kerala are mainly vegetables or any meat cooked in coconut milk. There are different variations. Some are prepared without any garam masalas. Here, I'm sharing you a recipe of Potato Stew, which calls for whole garam masalas.


I would suggest you to prepare this Potato stew in pressure cooker to get a creamier consistency if you are using raw potatoes. Otherwise, boiled potatoes will also do the job.


Here's a link to How to extract coconut milk. Make sure to keep the coconut milk ready, before we begin with the recipe.


How to make Potato Stew with step by step photos:

1. Heat oil. Splutter mustard seeds. Add whole garam masalas, curry leaves Saute for few seconds.

2. Add sliced onion, slit green chillies and ginger. Saute till onions are transparent. Don't fry any more.


3. Add cubed potatoes, followed by thin coconut milk. Let it cook till potatoes are tender.



4. Finally, add thick coconut milk. Cook it on low flame. Switch off the flame when its about to boil. Cover and let it sit for few minutes before serving.


5. Serve it hot with Kerala appam, Idiyappam, Idli or white bread. 

How to make Potato Stew

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   Potato Stew

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 Course
Breakfast, main course 
 Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
 Servings
2 people
INGREDIENTS
2 tsp vegetable oil / coconut oil
1/2 tsp Mustard seeds
1" Cinnamon stick
3 Cloves
1 stem curry leaves
1 Large onion, sliced
2 no green chillies, slit
1" fat ginger, crushed
1 large potato, cubed or boiled
1/2 of a medium coconut for extracting coconut milk. 
    INSTRUCTIONS
    1. Heat oil. Splutter mustard seeds. Add whole garam masalas, curry leaves Saute for few seconds.
    2. Add sliced onion, slit green chillies and ginger. Saute till onions are transparent. Don't fry any more.
    3. Add cubed potatoes, followed by thin coconut milk. Let it cook till potatoes are tender.
    4. Finally, add thick coconut milk. Cook it on low flame. Switch off the flame when its about to boil. Cover and let it sit for few minutes before serving.
    5. Serve it hot with Kerala appam, IdiyappamIdli or white bread. 

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