Aloo Tuk/ Spicy Potato Chips

I was eyeing this recipe ever since I saw it on Vaishali's space and then Valli made it as well. Glad that I picked up the sindhi cuisine as my theme this week. We had this for lunch this afternoon. This is simple and very tasty side dish. A must try for potato lovers.

4-5 potatoes
1 tspn red chilli powder
1 tspn dry mango powder
1 tspn coriander cumin seeds powder
1 tspn salt
a pinch each of garam masala and turmeric powder
Oil to deep fry
1) Chop the potatoes in thick rings - 1 inch in thickness. Create a criss cross pattern using a sharp knife. Take care not to cut through.
2) Mix all the dry powders and set aside
3) In a deep frying pan, heat the oil.
4) On low-medium flame, deep fry the potatoes
5) Remove them and let them cool down a bit.
6) Using the back of a spatula or hands press the potatoes to flatten them a bit.
7) Now fry them again on high flame until they are crisp on the outside
8) Sprinkle the dry masala mixture and serve hot

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Manju Modiyani said…
Hi! Nice picture. I love aloo tuk. I'm sindhi too. And dal-rice is incomplete with out tuk and mango pickle!
Manju Modiyani said…
I got a couple of sindhi recipes on my blog. Would love to share it on your blog since the theme for the week is sindhi cuisine, if u r fine with it. Let me know. Have a good day. :)
Chef Mireille said…
u and Valli made these look so good!
Priya Suresh said…
Would love to have some rite now, incredible aloo tuk, droolworthy.
Harini R said…
How can anyone resist these gold coins as I prefer to call them?
I too bookmarked this from Vaishali's space!!! Love the simplicity and the flavors in there!!!
Feel like picking and relishing the potatoes..they are a hi in everbody's
kitchen...Look smashing.
Srivalli said…
I guess Sindhi recipes is incomplete with this favorite!..looks so tempting..
Pavani said…
I made it too for this BM and totally loved it.
Manju said…
Perfect one for dal rice, need to try this.

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