5 lip-smacking potato curries you can make in the comfort of your home

From a dessert made with jaggery to a classic Maharashtrian staple, here are five recipes that champion the hero of the kitchen

5 lip-smacking potato curries you can make in the comfort of your home

If there's one vegetable whose versatility is under no debate, it's the potato. You can have them mashed, deep-fried, boiled, baked or combined with a medley of spices in a curry, which is our favourite. Check out five recipes that can sort you out from Monday to Friday!

Batatacha Rassa

A Maharashtrian delicacy, this recipe uses an amalgamation of Indian spices with potatoes as the star ingredient. Perfect for when you're looking for a flavourful Indian meal.

Vatana Batata Nu Shaak

Here's a recipe that combines two champion ingredients—vatana batata nu shaak is a combination potatoes and green peas. If nothing else, you can be sure that this will contribute majorly towards fulfilling your nutritional intake for the day.

Lasaniya Bateta

In this recipe, we're cooking potato curry with an ingredient that's a major part of all kinds of cooking–garlic. Made with spicy red chillies, lasaniya bateta will leave you craving for more.

Sweet Potato in Jaggery

Ever heard of a potato curry you can also eat as dessert? Well, this Sindhi sweet potato in jaggery syrup will change how you've looked at potatoes so far. Made with basic pantry staples like cardamom powder and lime juice, you can whip this one up in under thirty minutes.

Rasawala Bateta Nu Shaak

Rasawala bateta nu shaak is the Gujarati recipe you didn't know you needed in your life. Chopped up boiled potatoes are cooked with ingredients like mustard seeds, turmeric, curry leaves, garam masala and more. With a total cooking time of twenty minutes, this one's a fuss-free and healthy favourite.

Tarini Sood

Tarini Sood

Equipped with a Master’s degree in Journalism, Tarini is forever questioning everything around her. Headstrong and passionate about the art of storytelling, she is up to date with all things travel, food, beauty, and innovation. When she isn’t out reviewing the newest restaurant, you can find her researching the latest skincare trend or curled up with a book and a cuppa in the farthest corner of the room.

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