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Potato finger/ finger chips / potato finger with garlic flavor
A little different Indian version of famous potato finger. This spicy version of finger chips will definitely tinkle your taste buds and you can surprise your kids who love fast food by this crispy crunchy potato fingers . The taste and crispiness of Potato Finger Chips is surprisingly close to the french fries sold in any food joint. And you can make it as spicy as you want instead of having a bland version of it. I am sure your kids will loved it as mine do.
French Fries Ingredients:
Potatoes ........................2 Big sized
Chilli garlic paste............1 tbsp
Salt .................................1/4 tsp
Red Chilli powder............ 1/2 tsp
All purpose flour..............2 tbsp
Chickpea flour ................1 tbsp
Oil to fry
How to Make Potato fingers/Finger Chips/Fries:
1. Mix Salt and Red Chilli Powder in a small bowl. Keep it aside. Mix both the flours
as well and keep aside.
2. Wash and peel the Potatoes. Cut them lengthwise like fingers.
3. Sprinkle flour mixture on potato fingers, mix them
well . Add chilli garlic paste in it and mix properly so that it coated potatoes well.
4. Deep fry the cut potatoes in medium flame until the potatoes turns golden brown.
5. Remove from the oil and place these fried potatoes on paper towels to help
absorb the excess oil. Then, add Salt and Chilli powder mixture to the fries.
5. Serve hot to be consumed immediately after preparation. Tomato ketchup should
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