GREEN ONIONS & POTATO SABJI WITH NOTES FROM ATLAS SHRUGGED 

What he want to do? Whatever is right. 

It is self evident that one has to do what is right

He had never learnt how people could want to do otherwise.

It still seemed simple and incomprehensible : simple that things should be right and incomprehensible that they weren’t.

He knew they weren’t

~ Atlas Shrugged

This is what  principally thinking means. It is so clear and simple. Actions are so straight on, no  confusions, no double standards, no contradictions.


Yesterday after cooking this sabji, I was going through my notes and found this written.

These lines are from the first pages of Atlas Shrugged, its these lines that I found so much truth in the book that I had to have the whole experience. 

I always order green onions with my vegetables and they are always left in the fridge. I got hold of this simple recipe of potatoes and green onions sabji. It is yum, can’t belive I was not making this one.

Recipe


Ingredients:

(Serves 3)

2 large potatoes cut in cubes with skin ( we love the skins, option is yours)

2-3 cups of green onions chopped

1 tomato chopped

2 tbsp oil

2 tsp cumin seeds

2 tsp mustard seeds

2-3 tsp asafoetida  ( I always put more, cause I like the strong taste)

1 tsp turmeric powder

2-3 tsp chili powder (according to taste)

Salt to taste

Method:

In a non stick pan heat the oil,add the asafoetida, cumin and  mustard seeds. Once they splutter add the tomatoes. Cook for 2 mins.

Add the potatoes, chili powder,turmeric  powder, salt. Cover the pan and cook on a low flame for 7 minutes or till the potatoes are done.

Add the green onions, cook for 1-2 minutes, switch off the stove, cover. Done.. Serve hot.

 quick right? 

This actually tastes yum with bhakhari… Gujuben boliya…lolz

 

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