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Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe

The simple vegetarian potato pie with a dash of curry and tumeric seasonings mixed with layers of potatoes baked to a buttery softness is good for your body and soul. Here's what you need pie crust, white potatoes, onions, butter, ground curry and turmeric, red pepper and salt and pepper to taste mixed together, smothered with two types of cheese and baked in the oven for 45 minutes. It's just that simple to make.
Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe

Easy Baked Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe

Vegetarian Curry Potato Pie Smothered With Cheese Recipe

Delicious filling vegetarian curry potato pie is served as a side dish or a vegetarian main course. Curry spice blend varies greatly depending on the region you live in. Curry also means a spiced sauce cooked with your choice of meats and vegetables. In South Africa, the Afrikaans word for curry is Kerrie, in West Africa Korri is Yoruba for curry and curry is pronounced Inweta, in Nigerian Igbo.

Ingredients and Directions

One 9 inch deep dish prepared pie crust

2 large potatoes cut in cubes

2 medium white minced onions

2 tablespoons of butter

2 teaspoons ground curry

1 teaspoon of red pepper

1 teaspoons of turmeric

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

Pepper and salt to taste

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Slice potatoes and onions, stew with a little water until nearly done, put into a pie-dish, flavor with seasonings, pepper, and salt, and butter. Sprinkle cheese on top. Bake for about 45 minutes or until the filling is set. Eat this pie with green vegetables.

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