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  • Wednesday, October 05, 2005


    A Potato Salad with a twist...

    I'm not really a salad person. So there are very few salad that appeal to me. I'm don't like salads that are all leaves, but prefer something with more textures and tastes. Just because its a salad doesn't mean it has to be reall dull boring now, does it? I hate mayo and the creamy potato salads just make me sick. Here's a very simple Potato Salad recipe that is simply delicious. You can change the flavours by adding anything you like to it. Its just so versatile. That's exactly why I love it! Spicy Potato Salad

    Ingredients: 3-4 medium sized potatoes, boiled (I like using both, the white and red potatoes. Its combination is taste is just wonderful.) 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil Salt and pepper to taste ½ cup chopped coriander leaves 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 tsp chaat masala Method: Peel and slice potatoes into a salad bowl. Add remaining ingredients and toss. Serve warm or at room temperature. Spicy Notes: Chaat masala is a blend of multiple seasonings, including cumin, coriander, black salt, ginger, and the tart and tangy dried mango powder (amchoor). It is easily available at any Indian grocery store.


    4 Comments:

    Blogger Trambusto said...

    Wow!!! This is a wonderfully terrific site!!! Well organized, great presentation... and GREAT recipes!!! I'm always looking for new Indian and Southeast Asian recipes to cook with.

    Thanks for putting this out there!

    10/08/2005 07:44:00 PM  
    Blogger kikkokatty2433 said...

    Your recipes are great. I live in the southwest U.S. and the spicy recipes of yours I tried are a hit with friends

    10/18/2005 04:16:00 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Great recipe. Check out similar recipe at http://desigrub.com/2009/12/aloo-sadeko/

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    Anonymous viagra online said...

    LAst new year's Eve I was obsessed with the idea of preparing something new, so I did a salad similar to thius one. Mmmm.. delicious!

    1/21/2011 10:16:00 AM  

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