I never thought I should post this potato masala (poori kizhangu) for poori in my blog. But I realized people google search for “poori masala raks kitchen”. So thought I should post this soon and 2 weeks back, I made this for a weekend breakfast. So that it can be useful for people who are new to cooking, bachelors and those who want to learn some basic south Indian breakfast recipes. I hope newly married and who are interested in cooking and in a learning process may find this helpful. I make this when I am lazy to make potato kurma / cauliflower kurma or mixed vegetable kurma for puri as my kid likes only kurma for puri. Even this poori kizhangu, he just calls as yellow kurma. I make this aloo masala with few variations and this is so versatile and use this as guidance you can make a lot of variations too according to your taste. I will mention the variations in the notes section.
You can have this masala with poori, or even with chapathi or rava idli too. Use the left over masala for making masala dosa.