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Best Potato Fry Recipes

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Potatoes are a very common food in the European diet and also popularly used all over the world. Potatoes are valued because they combine the characteristics of starchy foods with those of vegetables. Potatoes boiled and added in homemade soups is one of the great comforting dishes. When they are pureed, the soup is velvety, rich and creates a healthy base that gives a wonderful creamy consistency.


Fried potatoes are one of the most wanted dishes especially made during parties, get-togethers or any special celebrations. Kids love eating fried potatoes especially the fond and trend of eating junk foods like French fries and chips or crispy potato wedges.


Potatoes blend and bind well with other vegetarian and non-vegetarian ingredients and its versatility is the highlight of this tuber. When boiled or baked, potatoes are a virtually fat-free food. The main energy-providing nutrient in potatoes is carbohydrate, in the form of starch. Carbohydrates are the primary source of energy for the body and the advantage of getting carbohydrates from potatoes is that you will be getting a considerable amount of certain micronutrients as well.


Potatoes are a source of fibre, which contributes to the feeling of fullness, and supports healthy digestive functions. Because of the diversity of ways in cultural and varied cuisines, they are prepared in various ways. Some of the popular and well-liked dishes made with potato fry recipes are:


Potato podimas fry This is an exceptional dish made with small cubed potatoes sautéed with spices. 

Potato Fritters Aloo Bajji Pakora Potato fritters are crispy and luscious snack made with sliced potatoes coated with spicy chick pea flour batter and deep fried until golden in colour. 

Chilli Aloo Chilli Aloo is an excellent Indo-Chinese dishes in Golden fried potatoes tossed with bell peppers, onions and exotic sauce adds remarkable taste and flavour to the dish. 

Phool Makhana Sukha Aloo Phool makhana is called lotus seeds we can make only a dry preparation with this so lotus seeds, potatos were cooked in dry masalas we can have it directly as a snack or can serve as side dish with rice. 

Aloo Bonda Aloo bonda is a typical South Indian snack. It is a deep fried savory snack stuffed with potato spices mixture. Aloo bonda is crispy outside and soft inside. 

Aloo Barbati Green yard long beans and potatoes mix stir fry dish. Beans cut in random sized parts along with pototes cooked over medium heat till the beans get slightly golden or brown because of the high heat cooking. 

Jeera Aloo Aloo Jeera is an easy dish made with potato cubes tempered with cumin seeds giving a slightly nutty flavour to the dish. This can compliment any meal and goes well with Jeera rice. 

Aloo Channa Chaat Aloo Chana Chaat is an simple yet delicious, spicy, tangy chatpata stuff to eat that is made fresh. It is a dish that is very flavourful combined with merging of boiled potato cubes, chickpeas, onions, tomato, coriander leaves spiced with chilli and pepper powder flavoured with good amount of chaat masala and a dash of lemon juice added to give that extra kick. 

Sukha Aloo Sukha aloo or potatoes nicely cubed and dry fried with Indian spices, Sukha Aloo, sukha mean dry fry and aloo is potato. Aloo or potato is one of the most favourite vegetable of all especially the kids. Sukha Aloo is an important dish on the Navaratri festival platter and this dish is popular with people of all age groups. A simple yet irresistible dish of potatoes spiced with cumin seeds. 


Potato cooked in any form can be eaten on its own or with rice, roti, chapatti, phulkas or naan. Do try these recipes and delight your palate with different variations of potato recipes.


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