- 1/2 pound Red Potatoesboiled
- 1 small Serrano Chilicut in half, seeds removed and discarded, then minced
- 1/8 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
- 3 large Chapati
- 2 tablespoons Cuminseeds
- 3 tablespoons Canola Oil
- 1/2 small Oniondiced
- 1/2 cup non-fat Plain Yogurt
- 1/2 teaspoon Turmeric
- 1/2 teaspoon ground Coriander
- 3 tablespoons Cilantro - Freshfinely chopped
- 4 whole sprigs from Cilantro - Fresh
- 1/4 teaspoon Sea Salt
- Instead of Chapati, use Tortillasburrito-size
Boil the potatoes and veggies
Bring a medium pot of water to a boil over medium heat. Add the potatoes and cook 10 to 15 minutes. They should still be firm. Remove from the water and let cool. Meanwhile, cut the Serrano chili in half, seeds removed and discarded, then mince it. Dice the onion and finely chop the cilantro.
Prepare the mixture
Heat the oil in a medium sauté pan over medium heat. When it is hot, add the cumin, onion, and chili. Sauté for 3 to 5 minutes, then remove from heat. Fold in potato cubes and turn them to coat with the oil and cumin/onion mixture.
Prepare the yogurt mixture
In a bowl, mix together the yogurt, turmeric, cayenne, and coriander. Fold the yogurt mixture into the potatoes. Season with cilantro and salt.
Put the Curried Potatoes mixture in Chapati
Heat a wrap in the oven or on a hot griddle or in a hot, dry frying pan. Remove wrap from heat. Place 1/2 cup of the curried potato mixture in the center of the wrap and spread it out into a row. Add several whole cilantro sprigs. Fold two sides over partway so that the body of the wrap is about 3 inches in width. Starting from the bottom, fold the end up about 3 inches, and then turn, or wrap, it over and over until you are at the other edge. Place that edge on the bottom. Repeat for all wraps! Enjoy!
Additional Info for Vegetarian Curried Potatoes in Chapati
Curried vegetable wraps are an important part of Indian cooking. They are eaten as side dishes in folded pastry and are baked or folded into flatbreads like chapatti or other wraps. Using fresh green herbs such as cilantro or mint adds both flavor and color. Although ground cumin can be used, cumin seeds provide a stronger flavor.
Content on this page…
- Did you Know?
- About Vegetarian Curried Potatoes in Chapati recipe
- Indian flavored dish
- Health Benefits of Potatoes and Cury Powder (besides the rest of veggies)
- Notes for Roti / Chapatti Flatbread
This time I’m cooking a delicious vegetarian dish using potato as the main ingredient. Basically, this curried potatoes in chapatti is very famous in South India. Potato is one of the most commonly eaten vegetables on the planet. At the same time, it is one of the most controversial foods in terms of health issues. Although the potato is one of the main foods for gaining weight, there are some advantages: It protects you from heart disease and cancer. Also, it is high in B vitamins for your brain and athletics performance, and are rich in fiber and vitamin C. So, as long as you eat them with limitations, you will gain something from it instead of losing.
Indian food, with its hodgepodge of ingredients and ‘intoxicating‘ aromas, is coveted around the world. The labor-intensive cuisine and its mix of spices is more often than not a revelation for those who sit down to eat it for the first time. Heavy doses of cardamom, cayenne, tamarind, and other flavors can overwhelm an unfamiliar palate. Together, they help form the pillars of what tastes so good to so many people.
Potatoes are one of the most popular vegetables, both in India and worldwide. Thanks to potatoes, we have our beloved French fries, which is one of the human race’s favorite dishes. Although vegetarian curried potatoes in chapatti is not as healthy as it should be, many other dishes with potatoes as ingredients are much healthier. You see potatoes in your curries, you see potatoes in your stews, street-side chaat, homemade pulavs, biryani, and many other preparations. Potatoes are an indispensable part of Indian cooking and this is a good choice for them! Its ability to blend into any preparation and shine as one of the star ingredients is what makes it a favorite in kitchens (both home and abroad). The many health and skin benefits of potatoes make this vegetable special. Potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, Potassium, fiber, B vitamins, copper, tryptophan, manganese, and even lutein. It also works wonders for curbing inflammation in the body and boost immunity and healthy blood circulation.
The most known health benefits of potato are: reduces inflammation, regulates blood pressure, helps calm you down, has heart-healing properties, improves brain health, helps promote digestion, promote sleep, relieve premenstrual symptoms, good for bones, removes dead skin cells.
Curry powder is a mixture of spices with a bright golden hue and a complex flavor. It can be made with a variety of spices, usually including turmeric, coriander, cumin, fenugreek, and chili pepper. Other common additions are ginger, black pepper, mustard seeds, curry leaves, and fennel seeds. Curry powder may offer a variety of health benefits due to the numerous healthful spices it contains. Consuming curry powder may benefit heart health by reducing heart disease risk factors like high cholesterol and triglyceride levels and by improving blood flow. It is versatile and can be added to a number of dishes like soups, meat recipes, and stews. The combination of spices found in curry powder makes this seasoning a great way to add flavor and nutritional benefits to your dishes. Some of its health benefits are: help reduce oxidative stress, boost heart health, and improve blood sugar levels, among other potential benefits. The best part is that curry powder makes an excellent addition to a wide array of recipes. Try adding it to your favorite dish for a healthful kick of flavor and color.
Roti / Chapati is a popular Indian flatbread made with white and wheat flour, water, and oil. The dough is baked on a traditional Tawa, and since it is extremely thin, it was named handkerchief (rumali) bread. Some say that the bread got its name because it was used instead of a handkerchief after a meal. Roti is typically served as an accompaniment to various curries or with any sort of liquid meal that can be scooped up with the flatbread. It is important to serve the bread slightly moist so that it does not become stiff and unpalatable. Although it has origins in the Mughal cuisine, today it is mainly consumed in North India and Pakistan.
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