Potato fry

Spicy Potato fry.

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One of the simplest recipes suggested by Neeta Natu and with a twist from Uttpal’s Kitchen


Potatoes: 4-6

Ginger  - 1 inch long

Garlic  - 15-20 cloves

Green chili  - 2-3

Hung curd- 2 Tbsp

Coriander - 1/4 cup

Garam Masala - 1 tsp

Lime juice - 1 Tbsp

Salt- as per need

Red chili powder- If required

Chaat Masala - for sprinkling


Boil potatoes. Peel and cut in pieces. Keep aside.

Make a coarse paste of Ginger, garlic, green chili, coriander and hung curd. Mix well with the potato cubes and let it marinate for 30-45 minutes. In a pan heat some butter and add the marinade. Add little salt and garam masala and squeeze half a lime. Add some red chili powder for that extra spice. Mix well, cover and cook for 2 minutes and serve hot after sprinkling some chaat masala over it.

Potato fry


Uttpal K

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16 thoughts on “Spicy Potato fry.”

  1. Potato and then fry….truly sinful. I make a similar one without hungcurd and garam masala…kinda gujjuish without sugar :)

    1. Yes Jay, very simple to make. The onion flower is made by using a simple food sharpener. Available most stores for onions, carrots, radish etc. :)

  2. Simple but super tasty one :)

    Please link your recipe to my event..


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