This smashed Indian spiced potato dish is a super easy, packed with flavor, southern Indian dish. It does not take many ingredients. Truth to be told, while I recently obsess over curry leaves and they do add to the dish that distinct Indian flavor, I usually do not have fresh curry leaves just idly laying around in the house. Shops also don't carry curry leaves consistently, so more often than not, I leave them out of the dish. There are many slight variations to this dish. Some add 1-2 dried red chile and let them sizzle in oil, together with the seeds. I don't. Every slight variation changes the flavor profile of this dish which makes this dish all the more interesting. I guess that is why cooking isn't a science but an art.
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This post is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of NJOP. All opinions are 100% mine.
This year's Passover falls on the eve of April 14, and in the US, the holiday is celebrated for 8 days. Passover is a celebration of the Israelites freedom from slavery under the pharaoh's rule. A celebration of the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, through the Sinai dessert, to the holy land, over 3,000 years ago.