Potato stew with chapati. In this video how to make soya chunks potato stew is explained in Malayalam.#soyachunks #soyachunksrecipe. Potato stew/ishtu is a very simple dish made with potatoes and coconut milk. It is a fantastic side dish for appam, idiyappam and even chapathi.
Check my mixed vegetable stew recipe. Potato stew is one of the delicious side dish curry along with Kerala Appam,Bread and chapati. Here i am using only potato. You can have Potato stew with chapati using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Potato stew with chapati
- Prepare 4 of potatoes.
- It’s Half of a cup green pees.
- Prepare 1 of onion.
- It’s 1 of tomato.
- You need 1 clove of garlic.
- It’s Pinch of salt.
- It’s of Water.
Potato stew is rather common in Kenya. Probablly because you can throw in various ingredients and having them cook all at once. Once you have confirmed this garnish and serve hot. This potato stew would be fantastic with rice, chapati or your preferred starch.
Potato stew with chapati instructions
- Peel the potato and cut into small cube shape, boil it for 5minutes then was with cold water to stop cooking.
- Cut your onion into small pieces, for the tomato crate it..
- Place your sufuria on the fire, put little oil and add onion to cook.
- When it almost brown add your smashed garlic and after a few seconds add your green pees. Let it cook for 5min then add your tomato.
- When the tomato is fully cooked add little water and let it cook for 5more minutes, you can now add salt the potatoes with more little water..
- When ready serve it with chapati.
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