I had a bunch of spring onion with no idea what to cook with it. We usually do Sambar using the spring onions. But I cant use the whole bunch and the rest would go waste. Planned chapati for dinner and felt to give a try to use them there. So no step wise pictures are clicked. Though no pics I wanted to share this different recipe who loves to use spring onions in regular basis. Also felt I would also have a copy for my future use… Yes am sure I would forget the proper stepwise method when days pass by…. Here is the recipe of the same named as Potato Spring onion masala/Curry or how you name it..


Potato – 3 
Spring onion -1 bunch full
Onion – 3
Tomato -2
Garlic – 3 pods
Green chilli -1
Clove Cinnamon powder – less than 1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder – 2 tsp
Turmeric powder -1/2 tsp
Garam masala powder  – 2 tsp
Dhania powder – 3 tsp
Salt as required
Oil- 4 tbsp
Potato gravy with Spring Onion
  1. Peel off the skin, wash the potatoes and chop them into fine medium slices.
  2. Wash and finely chop the spring onions(both green and white part) and keep aside to use at the last.
  3. Crush the garlic, finely chop the onions, Tomato, slit the chilli.
  4. Heat oil in a thick kadai, add onions and fry until golden brown. Then add the tomatoes and cook until mushy.
  5. Now add all the powder and saute in low flame until the raw smell goes off.
  6. Now add the potatoes, 1-2 cups water and salt. Close the lid and let it cook soft.
  7. When they turn out to be a gravy consistency add the spring onions and mix well.
  8. Serve either with Roti/Chapati/Phulka of your choice.
Spring onion Potato masala
  • Avoid coriander leaves as they might spoil the original flavor of spring onions.
  • You can also avoid white part of spring onions if you don’t like the uncooked smell of onion or you can even add and cook for another 5 minutes.
  • Add adequate water only for the potatoes to get cooked. Take care not to be too watery.

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