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Crispy Potato Heart


Valentine’s day is knowcking at the doorstep and days back I was just lucky to find a heart shaped potatoes in our veggie basket. I am completely surprised to see nature’s beautiful craft. I was thinking what to do so that I can do proper justice to the shape and then suddenly the idea to make a delicious Valentine finger food came up and the result is this crispy potato heart. If you can’t curve heart shape potatoes then go with the regular round shape and enjoy this awesome recipe. Today I am taking crispy potato heart to our event Potluck Party Cyber Style. Hope my friends will enjoy this too.

Preparation time :  10 minutes
Cooking time  : 15 minutes 
Serves  :   4 to 5 
 

Ingredients  : 
3  big potatoes  sliced in little thick pieces  
½  tsp turmeric powder 
½   tsp  red chilly powder
 ½  tsp  chat masala 
few  almonds ( dry roasted) 
1 onion thinly sliced 
 few small  seed less cubes tomatoes 
 few fresh coriander leaves
Oil for frying
 salt to taste
Tomato sauce or red tamarind chutney


Methods of Cooking 
Take potato slices marinate it with salt turmeric and red chilly powder. Now heat oil in a pan. Fry the potato slices till golden and crisp. Now take them in a kitchen paper to drain the excess oil. Arrange them in a serving plate. Place sliced onion, tomato and dry roasted almond and fresh leaves of coriander. Sprinkle chat masala on each and top it with a drop of tamarind chutney or tomato sauce. Enjoy it with your favorite mocktail or tea or coffee.


Sending this too my friend Jagruti's event Potluck Party Cyber Style





Happy Cooking!

Comments

  1. looks so cute. wish to grab this little heart.

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  2. OMG..yes it's hearty potato !! love it love it..def. trying very soon :)

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  3. wow so cute heart shaped potato :) very very delicious and crispy potato heart !!

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