Tea time in India is more like an emotion. Every time the clock hits 4, our stomach automatically starts growling for something greasy, crispy and decadent. Whether it’s at home or tiny eateries near your office/college, one thing that is common is potato-based snacks. Aloo pakora, bonda, samosa – these are classic potato snacks we get everywhere. One of the world’s favourite foods, potatoes are known for their versatility and adaptability. From the main course to starters, appetisers, salads and more, this humble veggie can be used in creating recipes galore, you just name it! Furthermore, creating recipes out of potatoes is quite a cakewalk too.
If you love potato-based recipes as much as we do, here we have something for you. We have shortlisted a few quick and easy potato-based snacks that you can make at home without any hassle. All you need is potato, flour and some spices. That’s all. So, let’s get started.
Here’s A List Of 7 Quick And Easy Potato Snacks You Must Try:
Aloo Bread Pakora: Our Recommendation
In this recipe, bread slices are stuffed with masaledar mashed potato and then dipped in besan flour, fried until golden. You can even pair it with a rasedar aloo sabzi and finely chopped onions! Find the complete recipe here.
Potatoes mashed with salt, chillies, coriander leaves, lemon juice are deep fried, and served with a tangy green chutney and imly chutney. Ps: This particular aloo bonda recipe is the vrat-friendly version but you can replace it with normal ingredients. Bonda is a very famous Maharashtrian snack. Try it out, click here!
Bubble Potato Chips
Now here we bring you a super interesting recipe for making potato chips at home. These bubble chips are filled with air, making them look delicious and taste extra crunchy. Click here for the recipe.
Aloo Corn Cutlets
This super delicious, crispy and melt-in-mouth snack needs no elaborate cooking equipment and no exotic ingredients. Don your apron and impress everybody with this quick crowd-favourite recipe. Find the recipe here.
One of the most loved finger foods by kids and adults, alike! French fries make snacking look good. Besides, they are easy to eat as well as easy to cook. Click here for the recipe.
The most popular street food from Maharashtra, so much so that every Maharashtrian is almost synonymous to Vada Pav. It is basically Batata Vada sandwiched between slices of a pav along with a generous amount of sweet and spicy chutneys. Find the recipe here.
Aloo Chaat Slider
Here we bring you a modified version of famous Indian street food called Aloo Chaat. This recipe is a good mix of tangy street food flavours with western slider ideas! Click here for the recipe.
Now is the time to execute these snack ideas at home. Let us know how you liked them in the comment section below. For more such recipes, stay tuned!