Crispy Fried Potato Puffs recipe

Sick and tired of those same tasting samosay. Even tried substituting potato filling for chicken but still, your taste buds crave for something crispy, creamy yet light on  the budget. Well, we have something of your interest.

These crispy fried potato puffs will definitely be a breathe of fresh air for you. These are one of those snacks, after you take your first bite, you hear “no-one-can-have-just-one *trum pum” song in the background. And the music keeps playing while you eat. You and the music both stop when there are no more crispy fried potato puffs left in the plate, seriously! They are addictive.

I would have owned you after one bite. These crispy fried potato puffs are addictive, I’m warning you. You need to find a lone corner in your home so, you may –  in utter peace, enjoy these tiny, creamy, crispy wonders of Allah and thank HIM for every bit of it.

Use the images below as to your “how-to” guide. The most important thing in cooking these crispy fried potato puffs is that you do not make the water runny. It shouldn’t be runny at all, as you can see in the images below that the final batter is thick and creamy, you won’t see water anywhere in the final batter so e careful about it. Rest is easy.

Potatoes are such a versatile vegetable and that’s why it’s an important staple food worldwide. They can be used in so many different ways. Try making these:

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Crispy Fried Potato Puffs recipe
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Serves: 3
 
They are equally appetizing either hot or cold. Serve them on tea parties or kids birthday parties. They will leave your guests wondering what they are made of: chicken or fish.
Ingredients
  • Potatoes---------------- 1 cup boiled & mashed
  • All-purpose flour-------- ½ cup
  • Water------------------- ½ cup
  • knorr chicken cube------ 1 cube
  • Egg--------------------- 1
  • Salt--------------------- ½ tsp
  • White pepper----------- ¼ tsp optional
Instructions
  1. Set the flame on medium heat.
  2. Add water into a frying pan and throw in the chicken cube.
  3. Stir to dissolve the cube in the water.
  4. Take the pan off heat and add all-purpose flour to it. Stir to mix. It will be a pretty thick batter. Leave no lumps. Set aside.
  5. Now take the boiled and mashed potatoes in a clean dry bowl and add the flour batter to it.
  6. Beat on medium speed for 1 minute.
  7. Add egg, salt and white pepper (optional) and beat till well everything is mixed nice and smooth.
  8. The batter should be thick and creamy. Use the How-to images above for further assistance.
  9. Now heat oil and drop 1 inch of batter into the hot oil, fry till light golden brown from both sides.
  10. Don't over fry them please. Once they are light golden, take them out on kitchen paper or tissue paper and serve hot or cold.

About |eemz

A (25, no not any more) 26 year old wife, mom, writer, jack of all trades. A someone who cooks for fun like a pro, living her dream :) Alhumdolillah!
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24 Responses to Crispy Fried Potato Puffs recipe

  1. kitchenriffs says:

    These look great! They sound incredibly tasty, and are easy to make. What more could one want? Well, I’d like to taste one right this instant, but I guess I’ll have to make my own before that will happen!

    • |eemz says:

      Yes, unfortunately all I can offer you is the recipe. No tasting, no nothing. But seriously these vanish from the tea table like a ghost, who eats ’em, no body knows 😀

  2. Annie Ahmad says:

    As Salamu Alaikum wa Rehmatulahi wa Barakatuhu

    What is the name of All-purpose flour in urdu, is it nromal chakki atta or maida or besan?

    • |eemz says:

      All-purpose flour is Maida.
      Whole-wheat flour is Aata.
      Chickpea flour is Besan. Hope your confusion will be over now. :)

  3. Annie Ahmad says:

    Yes :) JazakAllahu Khairan Katheera

  4. Fatima says:

    Recently I have been trying out your recipes a lot. Tried this one and the creamy egg one. Maybe they are super easy for me to make along with work and specially during Ramadhan. But the best thing about them is that they are crowd pleasers with minimal effort.

    Tried these potato puffs for iftaar just yesterday and everybody loved em and they couldn’t figure out what they actually were 😀
    The best thing about them is that they take very less time to get fried.

    Well recently Iv been coming a lot to your blog for iftaar ideas and it doesn’t dissapoint me :)
    Keep it up!
    JazakaAllah!

  5. Dinky Mind says:

    Woohoo!!! Something to replace normal pakoras! 😀

    Will try it this evening, InshAllah

    And *hugs* for sharing such a nice recipe! :)

    • |eemz says:

      Umeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeema it’s beeen ages bhai, where have you been 😀 It’s so nice to see you alive and kicking 😀 or commenting hehe 😉

      Do try it, because in coming days I’m also going to share easy chicken pakoray with you guys hehe, everyone loved those too so keep checking girl. 😀

  6. Ayesha Anwar says:

    this is a quick recipe & my most favorite one with evening tea .

  7. Aysha Shoaib says:

    Jazakillah for sharing, InshAllah i will try it tomorrow …

  8. Zuhair Ali says:

    Tried the crispy fried potato puffs….this was my first time trying 2 cook something…they came out exactly like the images…my 5 year old whose very choosy eater liked them sooooo much that he emptied the whole plate… and it made me so proud when he said “Thank you BABA”…its all because of you leemz thank you so much…ive also enrolled into your cake course and hope to learn a lot from your course…and my be someday you’ll see me in Masterchef Australia 😀 my favourite show…and i’ll never forget 2 mention you as my mentor in cooking there…. Thank You

    • |eemz says:

      Wow! You’ve really made my day 😀 Jazak Allah! I have a “constant” ear-to-ear smile on my face right now*

      Thumbs up for the little champ for having them, and to you for actually making them for him, what a wonderful dad you are and how lucky your kid is masha Allah, keep up the good work. Moral of the story: “Keep trying – Keep cooking.”

      I wish you all the luck in the world. You people make me proud and put a smile on my face. I hope you make it to “Master-chef Australia”, ameeeeen. The show is just addictive, I love it too.

  9. noor lodhi says:

    This is a great recipe. I made it today for the first time on my sons third birthday and it was very very easy and delicious, also everyone loved it and couldn’t guess what was inside it,i kept on smiling and letting them guess.

    You are rite that some guests thought it had cheese in it while others thought it had chicken…jazak Allah!!!

  10. fatema says:

    i tried them! but they feel so you know, kids-recipe! so i’ll just make them for my niece next time!

  11. mehwish says:

    salam! your recipes are great and so are your cakes mashAllah, you are a friend of some of my dearest friends from DPS and iv heared about you from them, I also love to cook n my husband is very fond of eating something new n different every other day(still he doesn’t gain weight strangely enough!) so your recipes are really gonna help me n I’m definitely trying this one tomorrow inshAllah!

    • |eemz says:

      Oh wow! How cool, so you guys were discussing me hehehehehehe 😉 which friends do we have in-common btw :)

      Do try the recipes and if you have ANY problem, mail IT TO ME ON haleema55@gmail.com :)
      Thank you so much! :)

  12. mehwish says:

    well infact I saw tajwar shared your page on Facebook and hina mazhar, Fatima arshad are sort of my best buddies, mashaal is also a very good friend! I hope u know them all well! anyways Im really impressed by your cakes, pity I don’t live in Lahore any more or I would have ordered one for my daughter’s 2nd birthday!

  13. Maryam says:

    Aoa how r u? Thanku soo much for sharing all ur fun recipes ! I tried ur Malai boti and behari qeema. Everybody loved it sooo much ! As for this recipe, i dont know what went wrong! I followed all ur instructions completely and my batter was exactly like u showed in the pic n was smooth and creamy. The moment i put my puffs in karahi for frying, they started to dissolve in oil :( what to do plz help!

  14. Jia says:

    Aoa. How much is one cup of potatoes? As in those measuring cups we use in baking?

  15. Amna says:

    Aoa…what a yummmy recipe…ill surely try this one…can you plz tell if we can store the mixture in refrigerator for few days?

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