This Two-Ingredient Potato Snack Is The Ideal Crispy Companion To Your Evening Tea 

While most of the time we have to resort to our humble 'biscoot' due to time constraints, a part of us is always craving for yummy tit-bits to go along with our hot cup of tea.

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: January 29, 2020 17:44 IST

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This Two-Ingredient Potato Snack Is The Ideal Crispy Companion To Your Evening Tea 
Highlights
  • Potato is an intrinsic part of Indian cuisine
  • Potatoes are densely packed with nutrients
  • Potato snacks are a hit with everyone

Chai time in India is deemed incomplete without some fried and fiery snacks. And while most of the times we have to resort to our humble 'biscoot' due to time constraints, a part of us is always craving for yummy tit-bits to go along with our hot cup of tea. But what if we tell you that we have a recipe which may help you cook up something delish and quick with just two ingredients? Yes, you heard us. This yummy potato shots recipe by famous YouTuber Parul is incredibly easy to prepare and is sure to strike a chord with everyone.

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The recipe posted on the YouTube channel 'Cook With Parul' is made with just potato and salts. Take a medium-sized potato cut it in equal-sized cubes. Dip the cubes in the cold water. Take them out on a towel, pat them dry and now dip them in hot water. Now, you need to refrigerate it for a while before frying. Doing so ensures your snack comes out crispy and crunchy just as you would expect them to be in restaurants. Make sure you do not over-fry them, take the snacks out once they obtain a light- golden hue. Pair them with any dip of your choice. Tomato ketchup, mayonnaise, mint sauce, cheesy sauce - there are options galore.

Try this fun recipe at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments below!

(Also Read: How To Make Crispy And Yummy Potato Tots At Home)



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