Sour Chilli potato & sweet turmeric paneer (Veg)


  1. Dried chilli potato
  2. 8-10 small white potatoes
  3. Cobram garlic & rosemary olive oil
  4. 1/2 white onion
  5. 1/2 red onion
  6. 5-6 cloves Garlic
  7. Salt
  8. Paprika
  9. Dried chilli
  10. Coriander powder
  11. Ground ginger
  12. Tarragon
  13. Cinnamon
  14. Nutmeg
  15. Allspice
  16. Juice of 1/2 lime/lemon
  17. Sweet turmeric paneer
  18. Cobram garlic and ginger olive oil
  19. 1/2 white onion
  20. 3-5 tbsp raw sugar
  21. 1/2 tbsp cinnamon
  22. 1/2 tbsp nutmeg
  23. Turmeric (2 tbsp)
  24. Lemongrass
  25. 1 can coconut cream
  26. Couple of squeezes of lime
  27. 400 g paneer


  1. DRIED CHILLI POTATO: Peel, cut, boil & strain potatoes

  2. Add oil to pan and heat (I use Cobram olive oil; it’s good &, not cut with any vegetable or damaging oils)

  3. Add garlic and bring to sizzle

  4. Add white onion (1/2) then red onion (1/2) and stir/toss

  5. Add potatoes & salt, mixing slowly to avoid crushing soft potatoes for about a minute

  6. Add paprika, dried chilli, coriander powder, ground ginger, tarragon, cinnamon, nutmeg & allspice them mix gently and let fry (turn on your oven to 180° and line your tray with foil and let it heat up in the oven)

  7. As the mix browns (the potatoes might be pretty soft) add some lime juice and let cook for a few more minutes

  8. Pop the potatoes from the pan into the tray and turn up your oven to about 250° and let bake for about 10mins or until desired (best to check every 5-6 minutes just in case, it burns quickly)

  9. SWEET TURMERIC PANEER: Add oil & bring to heat

  10. Add white onion, cinnamon, sugar, nutmeg, turmeric & lemongrass; cook til soft

  11. Add coconut cream and stir till silky, add paprika and stir in then let simmer on low heat for a few minutes before adding in a couple of squeezes of lime

  12. Add paneer and let cook on low for about 5-10 minutes (allows paneer to soften as well as thickening up the curry)

  13. Can serve with side salad and/or rice, bread, naan etc (fyi the serving size in the image is pretty generous)

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