Potato Recipes



 Dabeli
Dabeli
Dabeli is a famous street food of India, originating in the Kutch region of Gujarat. This is an easy recipe with ready made dabeli masala, so make this delicious dabeli at home and enjoy!


 Aloo Gobi
Aloo Gobi
Aloo gobi is delicious dry subji made with potatoes, cauliflower and Indian spices. Preparing the Aloo gobi is quite simple and if you cook it with less oil It's become healthful low calorie, high fiber food.


 Litti Chokha
Litti Chokha
Litti chokha is a traditional dish of Bihar. It is a popular snack, street food in the states of U.P., Bihar, and Jharkhand. Chokha is prepared with mashed boiled potatoes, roasted eggplants and tomatoes blended with spices.


 Suki Bhaji
Suki Bhaji
Suki bhaji is a seasoned potatoes dish made specifically for fasting. In this recipe, boiled potatoes are mixed with green chilies and spices.


Potato Sandwich
Potato Sandwich
Sandwich is a popular dish and is available all around the world. Potato sandwich is very tasty and easy to make. It is best suited for snacks or meal by itself.


 Potato Subji
Potato Subji
Potato subji is a most common dish in Indian cuisine. Every state has its own taste and variation and It can be made many different ways. This is Gujarati style subji which is little spicy, tangy and sweet.


 Sago Khichdi
Sabudana Khichdi
Sabudana khichdi is specially made during fasting, but it also great for breakfast or snack. It is cooked with Sabudana, potatoes, chilies and peanuts.


 Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo methi is a perfect combination of taste and health benefits. It is made from potatoes, methi leaves and spices. It can be served with roti or paratha.


Bhaji Pav
Pav Bhaji
Pav bhaji is a Maharashtrian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. It is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables garnished with coriander chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. 


 Potato Onion Subji
Potato Onion Subji
Potato onion subji is very easy and simple to make. Potatoes are rich in vitamin C, calcium, and Iron. Onion is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B6, folate, potassium, and vitamin C.


 Batata Vada
Batata Vada
Batata(Potato) vada is one of the most popular snacks in India. In Maharashtra this recipe is called Batata vada, In south potato bonda, and In Gujarat, it is also called batata vada. 


 Aloo Matar
Aloo Matar
Aloo matar is classical Punjabi dish which goes very well with all Indian bread. There are so many variations of aloo matar, however here is my version of aloo matar which is very creamy in texture without adding any cream.


Moriyo Tikki
Farali Tikki
Farali tikki is made with moriyo, potato, and spices. It is eaten mostly during fasting. It is shallow fried using very little oil. Fafali tikki taste great when you eat with tea or coffee.


 Karela Subji
Karela Subji
Karela or Bitter melon or Bitter gourd has plenty of health benefits. Due to its bitterness properties people generally avoid eating it but with proper cooking, you can make it tasty. It is usually served with roti.


 Aloo Paratha
Aloo Paratha
Aloo paratha is the delicacy of North India but over the years has become very popular in all over India.


 Potato Methi Subji
Potato Methi Subji
Potato methi Subji is little different from famous Punjabi aloo methi. Basically, this is simple recipe without onion garlic. In this subji we are using fresh methi leaves, tomato, and spices.


 Eggplant Potato Subji
Eggplant Potato Subji
Eggplant potato subji is a very famous combination in Indian curries. Both together makes a perfect curry suit everybody's taste. In this curry onion and garlic flavor gives the great taste to the dish.


Amaranth Paratha
Rajgira(Amaranth)paratha is very nutritious dish usually eaten during fasting. Rajgira flour is high in iron, is fiber rich, has calcium and protein too. it is also gluten free. It goes well with yogurt, chutney or tea.


 Potato Masala
Potato Masala
Potato masala is an excellent accompaniment to the south Indian meals. It is mainly used as masala for dosa. It is a popular south Indian dish also served with a puri, roti, or any Indian flat bread.

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