Roasted Coriander Potatoes With Thyme Recipe
Simple to make and delicious to eat, Roasted Coriander Potatoes With Thyme is a perfect side dish to your meal or serve it as a party starter.
Potatoes are everyone's favourite. This Roasted Coriander Potatoes With Thyme Recipe is crispy and bursting with flavours of crushed coriander seeds and fresh thyme. You can have it hot for supper or as a cold salad for lunch on a hot day.
Serve the Roasted Coriander Potatoes With Thyme along with Burnt Garlic Pasta With Mushroom for a weeknight dinner or serve it as a salad for lunch.
You can also try other Appetiser Recipes such as
- 600 grams Potatoes (Aloo) , partly boiled
- 2 tablespoons Butter
- 2 tablespoons Coriander (Dhania) Seeds
- 5 sprig Fresh Thyme leaves
- 1/2 teaspoon Black pepper powder
- Salt , to taste
How to make Roasted Coriander Potatoes With Thyme Recipe
To begin making the Roasted Coriander Potatoes With Thyme Recipe, par boil the potatoes in a pressure cooker for one whistle and let the pressure release.
Peel the skin and cut them in medium slices and keep aside.
Heat a wide heavy bottomed pan on low heat and add butter. When it melts, place the sliced potatoes and cook it until it is roasted. It will take 6 to 7 minutes.
Likewise, flip and cook on the other side and keep aside.
In the same pan add the coarsely crushed whole coriander seeds, fresh thyme sprigs and sauté till aromatic.
To this add the already roasted potatoes, season with salt and pepper and give it a gentle toss.
Serve the Roasted Coriander Potatoes with Thyme along with Burnt Garlic Pasta With Mushroom for a weeknight dinner or serve it as a salad for lunch.
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