Spicy Potatoes And Peas With Spice Kitchen UK

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Spicy Potatoes And Peas With Spice Kitchen UK

spicy potatoes and peas

One of the things I find difficult with cooking for my 3 boys is that they have very sensitive palettes and dislike the slightest bit of spice in their food. I know that it is just part of growing up, and it will change, but for now I try to make my husband and I a more flavoursome dish on a Friday night.

Spice Kitchen UK kindly sent me a selction of their spices to review. They came packaged in a lovely little pouch and the smell was amazing as they were all freshly ground. I decided to make some spicy potatoes.

spice kitchen bag

You will need:

1 large potato diced
Half a red onion chopped
2 cloves of garlic chopped
1 dessert spoon of Spice Kitchen UK garam masala
1 tin of chopped tomatoes
1 cup of frozen peas


oinions and garlic


I started by frying half a chopped onion and adding in a diced potato and the chopped garlic.


Next I added the Spice Kitchen UK garam masala, half a tin of tomatoes and some frozen peas. I added the lid to the saucepan and cooked through.


cooking spicy potatoes

Simple and very tasty, this is great as a side dish.

I think the selection of spices I was sent would make a lovely gift for anyone who enjoys cooking. As well as a variety of Spice gift sets, you can purchase BBQ equipment and cookware. They also have a section of their site with recipe ideas on how to use their spices.

41 comments:

Tracey Peach said...

Looks & Sounds Delicious xxx

kerry locke said...

Spice Kitchen Uk have some great collections - love what you did with the garam masala - perfect for a veggie like myself

Tracy K Nixon said...

Yummy! Looks delicious and I think my kids would enjoy it too!

Leila Benhamida said...

Love this kind of recipes, I always make mine with green beans and potatoes.

Jo Hutchinson said...

This would make a lovely lunch.

Heather Haigh said...

Lovely tasty dish and not too complicated

Kirsty Webb said...

This sounds so yummy. Xxxx

Janet Humphrey said...

Love Spice Kitchen's range, and yet I'd never thought of jazzing up vegs. great idea, gave me some interesting options.

ashleigh allan said...

Yum these look delicious!

Jane Willis said...

I make a Nepalese potato dish that's very much like this only without the peas. I think the peas are an inspired addition!

Janet Bennett said...

sounds fabulous, will definitely be serving this to my family

Eva Vida said...

looks very yummy :)

Natally said...

Looks like real comfort food!

Maxine said...

Looks really tasty (though I'd forget the peas, sorry!)

juliebooth said...

very tasty

Anthony G said...

I'm not great when it comes to spicy food - a little bit of a kick is okay but nothing too fiery. I'd give this dish a go!

Claire Woods said...

I'm not too keen on spicy food.

Ruth Harwood said...

I do love a little added spice :)

charlotte said...

this looks yummy! i'll have to give it a go!

Iona Cornish said...

This sounds great - tasty without being too hot and spicy

kris said...

amazing...love it !

Eva Appleby-Gill said...

Would not live without some spices

Susie Wilkinson said...

I have to confess, I don't like spicy food......but I could eat garlic until it comes out of my ears!!

David Cavender said...

sounds delicious- i would try it with greek yoghurt

Littleham1 said...

Looks lovely. Will give this a try.

David Clarke said...

Sometime like spicy but not with lots of chills. this look very nice one :P

Claire said...

Sounds great will have to give it a try

Kat Allinson said...

This sounds really yummy!

Angie Hoggett said...

looks very nice!

Susan Williams said...

Delicious. Will definitely be trying this.

Romana Richards said...

Nice and simple

Teresa Sheldon said...

this looks lovely easy to do and fairly cheap

Martina Alban said...

nice and cheap

Sheila Reeves said...

This looks like a great side dish, the spices look good too, love the idea of getting a selection of different ones too

Amy Rebecca Blickett said...

absolutely delicious - will definitely be trying this

Victoria Dixon said...

I would love to try this with a baked chicken breast - yum yum yum

Chris Fletcher said...

I often make something similar - and add some paneer for a tasty midweek meal!

haxell said...

This sounds absolutely delicious - and such simple ingredients means it would be easy to whip up at short notice.

Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

Iris Waldburger said...

Sounds lovely I will have to try this one

Ellie Spider said...

looks delicious

Rebecca Nisbet said...

my other half would like this!