Next in the gravies with Potatoes, I have a very new dish that inspired me to complete this series with Indian Gravies. I read this when Alka of Culinaryxpress shared it for Cooking from the Cookbook group. The gravy looked so interesting and I was immediately pushed to have this included in this list.
I made this for our Sunday Lunch. Hubby dear gave a miss and it was only the other elders at home who had this. It was so amazingly delicious that I plan to make it again. Of course, we can make it without the aloo as well. Aloo gives a nice distraction. However, I feel the gravy on its own tastes out of the world.
Karuveppilai Thogayal is yet another way to enjoy the goodness of Curry Leaves.
It was a day without my P&S, so I had to depend on my mobile for these SBS pictures, then I also ended up forgetting my DSLR. So I had to depend on iPhone and Samsung. I almost feel the pictures came out pretty decent. I slightly changed a couple of things, and enjoyed it so much!
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