Sunday, April 29, 2012

Green Peas & Potato in Mint Gravy

OMG I am so late to post for my own hosting event :( Actually these days I am really busy with my new job and I hardly get time to update my blog. Well today after a long  time I am sitting in front of my laptop to update and add this recipe to the ongoing event EP-Series ~ Mint & Coriander Seeds. :) 


Green Peas - 1 cup
Potato - 3 medium
Ginger - 2'' piece
Garlic - 10-12 pods
Onion - 2 Medium
Mint Leaves - 1 Bunch (1 cup apx.)
Tomato - 1 large
Green Chilli - 2
Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 2 tbsp
Salt - as per taste


  1. In a pressure cooker, cook the peas with 1 cup of water till 1 whistle releases.
  2. In a pressure cooker, cook the potatoes till 2-3 whistle releases. cool it and remove the shell, keep aside.
  3. Chop onion and bring to a paste with ginger, garlic and green chilli, keep aside.
  4. Bring the tomato into paste, keep aside.
  5. Take a kadai heat oil and cook the onion paste till fragrant.
  6. Now add tomatoes and cook for 3-5 minutes over low flame.
  7. Make a paste out of the mint leaves.
  8. Add salt, turmeric powder, chilli podwer and mix properly.
  9. Now add the mint paste to it along with the cooked peas and potato.
  10. Cook it for 5-8 minutes covered over a low flame.
  11. Serve it with roti, chappati , naan and mesmerize with the aroma of mint. 
Linking to
My Cook Book @  EP Series ~ Mint & Coriander

from my kitchen


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Julie said...

Very delicious n tempting masala..Thanx a lot Surabhi for linking it to the event!

Join me in the ONGOING EVENT- "Mint & Coriander seeds" (EP Series-Apr)

Sravs said...

Unique and delicious one !! perfect with rotis !!

Ongoing event
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Zari(Nilam) said...


Hari Chandana P said...

Very healthy and interesting combination.. looks absolutely inviting.. First time here.. happy to follow your blog :)
Indian Cuisine

R said...

looks so spicy and delicious!

easyfoodsmith said...

Very delicious looking curry. I have never used mint in gravy for making peas and I am now wanting to try it your way.

Pragyan said...

Looks like a non-veg dish .. looks flavorful! :)

Unknown said...

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Pragyan said...

Lovely..any number of potato recipes is less! Thanks! :)