Hey friends,Today I was not in a mood to make as usual regular meal of Dal, Sabzi, and Roti. So I thought let's find some shortcut. And presto!!! I discovered something very new and fantastic.
I wanted to make Potato Wadges (Baked Potatos) but ended up with Ratatouille :)
Okay before going into the detail of it let's first have a look at the ingredients
6pc Baby Carrots
1pc Green Onion
1pc Green Bell Pepper (Capscum)
2pc American Cheese Slice
3tbs Oil (Olive/General Cooking Oil)
1/2tbs Black Pepper
1/2tbs Dried Cumin Powder
1/2tbs Curry Powder/Garam Masala
Cilantro Leaves/Dhaniya ki patti (for Garnishing)
Salt According to taste
- Wash and peel potatos and cut 3 potatos in equal 8 halves such that each make a shape of half moon.
- Cut 1 left potato to make thin slices that will be used for covering the dish.
- Cut the cabbage into fine equal size.
- Peel the carrots and make either thin slices or small wadges.
- Make thin slices of tomatoes by using a slicer.
- Make thin rings of onion by using slicer.
- Cut green bell pepper into equal moderate pieces as we make for noodles.
- In a bowl put potato pieces and slices.
- Add oil, salt, black pepper powder, dried cumin powder and curry powder and mix well.
- In an electric pot spread the aluminum foil evenly and grease it with some oil.
- Now gradually add Potato Wadges coated with oil at the base of it connected to each other.
- Over the layer of Potatos make the layer of cabbage evenly.
- Likewise make the layers of carrots and bell pepper.
- On this spread the cheese slices evenly.
- Over the layer of cheese add the layer of onion, green onion and tomato slices.
- At the top evenly spread the thin slices of potatos to cover the complete pot.
- Preheat the Oven at 430 F and place the pot for 25 minutes.
- After taking out you can decorate it with cilantro leaves, sauce or cream.
- *** You can make different combination of layers and can make various designs as shown in the pictures.***
Serve Hot and Enjoy!
Last but not the least - please give your valuable feedback.