Blissful Bombay Potatoes

A beautifully fragrant roast potato dish, this is the most simple of all our sachets to produce. No peeling. No boiling. Just chop and go! In India, potatoes are mainly grown in the north, the Punjab region, but you don’t have to go all the way there to make this tasty dish. Simply choose your favourite variety, cook and serve as an accompaniment to a meal or as a delicious snack.

Method

  • Turn your oven to Gas Mark 4, 180°C
  • Grab a roasting tray. Wash then chop the potatoes into bite-size chunks as you would for your roasties, leaving the skin on. Pop into the tray.
  • Peel and slice the medium sized onion, add to the roasting tray, then pour in the oil and the contents of your Blissful Bombay Potato sachet, stir to mix well, then level out the potatoes to an evenish layer
  • Place the roasting tray on to a middle shelf of your pre-heated oven and cook for 25 to 35 mins, giving everything a quick, careful stir halfway through.
  • Once nicely cooked, remove from the oven, immediately stir in the butter and sliced coriander leaves. Serve immediately, enjoy!

TIPs

  • For Air-fryer cooking, pop in the wire basket and cook at 195°C for 10 mins, then remove, turn the potatoes over and cook for another 10 to 12 mins at 195°C, remove then add the butter and herbs.
  • When slicing the coriander leaves, don’t forget to include the stems too, they have loads of fresh flavour. If you’re not keen on coriander, then parsley, chives or tarragon are also fantastic.
  • Sprinkle the sachet contents over any vegetables to create a brilliant Indian twist to your tray bake, this works particularly well with roast cauliflower and root vegetables.
  • Blitz the spices to a fine powder and add to the base of a potato soup for a delicious, lightly spiced warming soup.
  • Seasoning to perfection, we believe our sachets provide the perfect balance of spice and salt, so you should not need to add anymore salt to the cooking pot.
  • Our sachets are a mix of the finest spices and a little salt, as such they are super versatile and be used as marinades, rubs or condiments to add an Indian spicy edge to all your cooking.