Potato and Kheema Cutlets

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Boil and mash about 750 gms of Potatoes. Season with salt and pepper. Add 3 chopped green chilies and lots of coriander. Add soaked and squeezed out 2 slices of white bread and 2 tablespoons of corn flour. Knead it into a soft and well mixed ball.

In another pan prepare mutton kheema. To do this first heat oil, saute some onions till translucent. Add ginger garlic paste and fry till raw smell is gone. Add minced meat and cook till its color changes to white. Add salt, chilly powder, turmeric powder and cumin powder. Add about a 50 ml of water and pressure cook for 3 whistles on high. Open and dry it up. Ad dry as you can.

Make a flat disc of the potato dough and keep kheema in the center. Cover with another disc and seal it well. Chill it for about 10 mins in the fridge.

 

Heat oil and shallow fry on medium heat.

Serve with anything. It goes well with everything.

Basic Potato Fry

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Basic Potato Fry
The easiest way to make my daughter smile and love her lunch is this very basic potato fry.
 
All it needs are a couple of chopped potatoes, Rub some oil, turmeric powder, chilly powder, coriander powder and salt on them.
 
Cook covered on a low flame.
Once you realize its beginning to caramelize, open and stir it up.
Let it cook a little more uncovered but still on low flame.
 
Its ready when you are sure the potatoes are cooked.
 

Beans, Potato and Mutton

Saute onions, once translucent add ginger garlic paste.
Raw smell gone, add meat. Color changes to white, add turmeric, red chilly powder and coriander powder.

Mix well.

Add potatoes, water and salt.
Pressure cook for exactly one whistle.

Pressure gone, open and add the beans, tomatoes and freshly chopped coriander.

Add a little coriander powder and optionally garam masala.

One more round of pressure cooking for exactly one whistle.

Enjoy it with rice or roti.