Kerala Style Potato Curry – I had posted the recipe for one of my favorite South Indian foods called “Appam” a few days back. The potato curry (urulakizhangu curry, urulakizhangu meaning potato in Malayalam) is a kind of stew that goes really well with Appam. Vegetable Stews are the favorite side dishes when it comes to breakfast dishes made from rice, like appam, puttu, noolappam etc. And how it tastes is something that you can only experience. It is difficult putting it in words.
Most stews made in Kerala has coconut milk as an essential ingredient. And the process of extracting milk from coconut is not an easy process. But the solve to that is the readymade coconut milk that is available at the local stores. A workaround that I learnt from my mother-in-law is to use the normal milk used for drinking. You need to be careful when using it and add it at the right time else your curry is all gone.. 🙂
The best part about the curry is that it is not time consuming. If you are short of time, this is the best option. Not that the other options like the dry chutney takes a lot of time, but of all other curries, this one takes very little time.
The ingredients in the curry is also something that would be readily available at home anytime. So with that said, let us get on to the recipe now.
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