In the post about concentrated pepper and onion chutney, I mentioned that the next post would be about one way that the chutney can be used. If you have not seen the chutney post, please check it out here
Hot potatoes salad.
Potatoes, 15 medium size potatoes
3 spring onions
2 green pepper
1 large onion
1 tin of sardine
1 teaspoon curry
Vegetable oil, about 4 tablespoons
Concentrated Pepper and onion chutney
Dry pepper, optional
Wash the potatoes, peel, cut in half and put in a pot of water on heat source to boil. Put your eggs in the same pot to boil. Be sure to wash the back of the eggs, in case it has any dirt that stuck on. Boil the potatoes till it is done but still relatively firm.
While the potatoes is boiling, cut your spring onions and green pepper. The green pepper should be cut in strips. Note that you need the spring/leaf of the spring onions and not the bulb. Cut your large regular onions into small bits or strips if you please.
Remove the potatoes and put in a bowl of cold water to stop the cooking process. The egg should be put in a separate bowl of cold water to ease peeling, when you are ready. Put 2 tablespoons of the oil in a pan and place as many half potatoes as you can in the pan. Once one side is brown enough, turn it so the other side browns. While it is browning you can further cut the potatoes into halves again. Once the other side is done, take it out of the pan and fry the remaining potatoes.
When all the potatoes is ready, add them back in the pan, add your onions, spring onion leaves, green pepper and sardine. Drain the oil out of the sardine before you add it in. Put in the knorr, curry and stir. For those who like a little spice this is the time to add in the dry pepper based on your preference. Keep stirring for about 5 minutes till the salad in ready.
Turn your heat source off.
Remove your salad.
Peel your boiled egg and serve with the salad.
The concentrated chutney?
Use it as garnish as seen in the picture. Remember its an already cooked sauce, so there’s no need to add it while frying, unless you want it warm.
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