Nani’s “Chips” Shaak (Dry potato curry)

As many of you know, all of my family (including my Nani) live in England.  And in addition to their weird accents, they use funny names to describe their potatoes.  They refer to potato chips as “crisps,” french fries as “chips,” and potatoes as po-taaaaaaay-toes. My Nani created this “chips” shaak (curry) in honor of my uncle Vinaymama who doesn’t believe in eating green vegetables. … Continue reading Nani’s “Chips” Shaak (Dry potato curry)

Urmil Aunty’s Aloo ki Roti (roti stuffed with potato)

Aloo ki roti has been in our family for a long time.  It is very easy to make and all of my children and grandchildren love it.  Aloo ki roti is great for lunch, and is best served with yogurt, green chutney, and/or achar (indian pickle) Servings: 2-3 rotis Ingredients: 1 cup of whole wheat flour 1/2 cup water 1 potato — I prefer Russet … Continue reading Urmil Aunty’s Aloo ki Roti (roti stuffed with potato)