Watch: These Easy Potato Nuggets Are A Delish Quick-Fix For Your 'Crispy' Cravings  

Have you ever used left-over rice with aloo to make a quick snack? Sounds interesting, right?

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: September 16, 2020 14:41 IST

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Watch: These Easy Potato Nuggets Are A Delish Quick-Fix For Your 'Crispy' Cravings  

Potato nuggets are so much more easier to make than you think

Highlights
  • Potato is a versatile veggie
  • Potato can be used to make range of snacks
  • Potatoes are also very easy to work with

Think crispy, think potatoes. We don't know about you, but we have lived by this motto so far and not felt disappointed once. The tuber is so versatile that one can churn endless snacks using it - all you need are a combination of different spices and flours, veggies, meat etc. But have you ever used left-over rice with aloo to make a quick snack? Sounds interesting, right? Food vlogger Reshu makes use of the two to make these scrummy potato nuggets.  

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How To Make Potato Nuggets?

For the recipe, take boiled and mashed potatoes in a bowl, take some mashed left-over rice, then some bread crumbs, chilli flakes, oregano, garlic cloves, salt as per taste, butter, black pepper powder. Mix everything well, then add coriander leaves, green chillies, corn flour or arrowroot. Make a thick mixture, and cut rectangular potato nuggets using a knife. If the mixture is sticking to the knife, you can sprinkle some cornflour over it. Now, make a maida slurry, dip the rectangular bits you just cut and fry them until crispy. Your nuggets are ready to serve.  

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