Urulaikizhangu(Potato) Podimaas is a very tasty poriyal variety and every children will love to eat this recipe

Urulaikizhangu(Potato) Podimaas

Green chilli2
SaltTo Taste
Chopped Ginger1 Teaspoon
Curry LeavesFew
Grated Coconut2 Teaspoon

For Seasoning:
Oil1 Teaspoon
Mustard seeds1 Teaspoon
Urdhal1 teaspoon


  1. Put the Urulaikizhangu(Potato) in a pan and add water to cook it
  2. When one side of Urulaikizhangu(Potato) is cooked, turn it to other side
  3. Take a Urulaikizhangu(Potato) and using water try to peel the skin. When the skin is peeled, then this is the correct stage to remove the Urulaikizhangu(Potato) from flame
  4. Remove the Urulaikizhangu(Potato) from flame and allow it to cool
  5. Peel the skin of the cooked Urulaikizhangu(Potato) Podimaas and grate it
  6. Add the chopped green chilli, salt, ginger, coconut and mix it well without smashing it
  7. Heat the oil in the pan, add mustard seeds and when the mustard seeds begins to sputter add urdhal and fry till it becomes golden brown color
  8. Add the grated Urulaikizhangu(Potato) along with other ingredients and mix it well and keep it in flame for 2 mins.
  9. Remove from flame and take it in a bowl
  10. The delicious Urulaikizhangu(Potato) Podimas is ready to serve

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  1. When one side of Urulaikizhangu(Potato) turns black color, turn it to other side ... I think this line will fit only for Plaintain podimas. Not for potato podimas. Could be copy paste error?

    1. Yep, thanks for pointing the mistake, it is a copy-paste error. I have changed it now. Thanks

  2. Well, your article was really nice and easy to prepare. I had also done the same Moru Kootan Recipe in my style of preparation and please look at my recipe also, Sure you will like it. Check out my recipe https://www.hungryforever.com/moru-kootan-recipe/