This is my version of the Turkish kumpir , adjusted to my families liking 4 potatoes place in the oven to bake and softenSalt Butter Grated mozzarella The trick to making a traditional kumpir is getting the potato right. Here’s how u go about : Place the potatoes in the oven and allow this to soften completely As soon as you remove slit all of them in the middle.Use a spoon to remove the insides . Place in a big bowl add salt and butter along with the grated cheese.using a folk keep on mixing , it will take some time until you see the potato will be creamy and cheesy. If you llift the mash it will look like melted cheese , That’s when you know the texture is perfect .
Tomato chutney Purée 4 tomatoes Add the tomatoes to the pot with : 1 teaspoon jeera powder 1 teaspoon dhana powder ¼ teaspoon Haldi ½ teaspoon chili powder ½ teaspoon chicken spice Salt to taste Cook until water almost burns out and add some more . Lastly add some tomato sauce to this and Set aside Fry some Vienna’s or sausages and cut them up add this to the chutney . Fillings : Chopped up olives Jalapeño Frozen corned steamed with butter. Russian salad : U can add veggies of your choice, the traditional 1 has peas and carrots I Made mine with : ½ baby cabbage chopped fine1 carrot grated Some gherkins 3 tablespoon nola sandwich cream 3 tablespoon plain yogurt Sprinkle sugar
Assemble : When you have the potato texture right , add back to the shells and leave a slight hole in the middle of each potato , Add the sausage in chutney Chopped up olives Corn The Russian salad Jalapeño And more sauce if you like You can also top it with a drizzle of mayo before serving