Fried Potato Dry Recipe
Aloo bhaji, palak paneer, Khaju masala , kurmas these are most common side dishes for chapatis and rotis. Here I have a dry sabji made of frying potatoes. This comes out to be crispy and spicy.
3 to 4 potatoes
Salt for taste
Wash and clean the potatoes.
Peel the potatoes and chop them in the elongated shape. Let them not be too thin because they might shrink when fried.
Now take a deep pan and add ghee, jeera and mustard seeds. Wait till mustard splitters.
Now add chopped potatoes and fry them. Add more of ghee, let the potatoes fry in ghee.
Add turmeric and salt and mix them well. Keep on mixing well so that the potatoes does not stick to pan. Add ghee if required.
Let the potatoes fry till they be crisp. It might take around 15 to 20 minutes.
Once they are fried , take a spoonful of chilly powder and stir. Let the chilly powder be dressed to all fried potatoes.
Cook this and watch the number of chapatis your child eats :).
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