Create your very own version of the classic Indian side dish Bombay Potatoes with this handy Schwartz sachet. The mix contains a special blend of coriander, cumin and chillies, and comes with a super-hot spice rating!
To make, simply boil your spuds for 10 minutes and drain, then fry off some onions in a pan and mix with the sachet’s contents. You can then add the potatoes to the pan along with water and tomatoes, and simmer.
After another 10 minutes you’ll have a delicious serving of Bombay Potatoes – perfect when eaten alongside a curry or enjoyed as a self-standing dish.
Most popular with customers in France, Italy, United States of America (USA), Spain, Canada, Portugal, Greece, Netherlands and Germany, but you can buy Schwartz Bombay Potatoes for delivery worldwide.
One of our Schwartz branded products.
Mustard Flour, Ground Coriander Seed, Cumin, Salt, Garlic Powder, Sugar, Ground Fenugreek, Turmeric (4%), Ground Ginger (3%), Yellow Mustard Seed, Dried Crushed Chillies (3%), Ground Allspice, Bay Leaves, Coriander Leaf, Paprika, Flavouring.
Lifestyle / Additives
- Free From Added MSG, Free From Artificial Colours.
- Suitable for Vegetarians.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
- Pack Type: Sachet.
This is the 3rd time I am ordering these! They are so versatile and easy to make. You could follow the directions and serve it as a side as directed on the package, but I like to cube my potatoes, onions, carrots, and peas into bite-size, and then cook them as directed over the stove. After they cool, I fold them into puff pastry as hand pies or curry puffs. They are spicy, but I think it tastes better with a little more salt and some extra curry powder. They store well frozen in the freezer and can be easily pulled out to be re-toasted for lunch with a bowl of soup. LOVE it!
Family favourite and always the sauce I buy most of!
I think the original recipe mentioned adding peas, which we still prefer?
We caramelize one large finely chopped onion, while the potatoes and peas are boiling up for 10 minutes.
We drain the potatoes and then saute them first with lots of garlic before adding onion and peas. Finally, we add the sauce mix and tin of tomato puree and slow cook for 20 minutes.
For those who don't like the sauce so spicy we add either fresh cream or plain greek yogurt to their portion before serving.
I am a big fan of these packet mixes from Schwartz. They are extremely simply to use and make food taste a lot different and more exciting. This spicy mix has fantastic flavours and is delicious.
The speed at which you can prepare such dishes with the ready to mix pack makes it very appealing.
I thoroughly enjoyed the supper dish I made using Schwartz Bombay Potato mix. Yes, it is quite hot but I actually added some tomato pasta to the whole thing and that seemed to mellow it a little. Flavourful and delicious, quick and easy to use. I'd be buying again as it saves me using my stock of spices at home and we love the flavour.
I've had this and OMG it was even too hot for me! Lovely flavour though, but if their was slightly less chilli I'd have been happier. Very easy to make and handy to have in the cupboard. OK if you need a spicy side dish for something 'bland', just remember to have plenty of chilled drinks at hand.
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