Aloo kurkure is a aloo snacks made with potatoes, dal and spices. Unique crisp potato snacks ideal for tea time, evening snacks and parties.
Aloo or potato is a versatile ingredient which can be used in different ways to make thousand of varieties. I have already posted aloo pakora, aloo paratha, shadi wale aloo, aloo bread rolls and lot more in blog.
Aloo kukure is a new addition to my blog. Mouth watering, super crisp aloo patties which can be made quickly. It’s a unique snack which you can make for breakfast, evening tea or parties.
Aloo kurkure is a very easy and quick recipe. If you have soaked moong dal ready they can be done very fast. I have made aloo kurkure in two ways. One by rolling them in bread crumbs and one without. Bread crumbs make them more crisp but if you want to skip them you can do the simple version.
Do try this new snack and I hope you like it. Do share your feedback and I will love to read it <3
Crisp Aloo Snacks Aloo Kurkure Recipe Video:
Crisp Aloo Snacks Aloo Kurkure Recipe Card:
- Boiled potato / aloo: 3 big size
- Yellow Moong dal or peeli Dhuli moong dal: ½ cup
- Gram flour or besan: 2 tbsp
- Ginger: ½" piece
- Garlic: 4- 5 cloves
- Green chilly: 2
- Amchur or dry mango powder: ½ tsp
- Coriander powder or dhania powder: 1 tsp
- Red chilly powder or lal mirch powder: ½ tsp
- Chaat masala: ½ tsp
- Fine chopped onions: ½ cup
- Curry leaves: 8-10
- Coriander leaves: 2 tbsp
- Oi for frying
- Bread crumbs: ¾ cup
- Wash and soak moong dal for 3-4 hours. after that strian the water.
- Take this dal in mixy jar, add salt, ginger, garlic ,chilly and very little water and make thick paste.
- Take it out in a bowl and add gram flour or besan to it.
- Mix it well and keep in aside.
- In a mixing bowl take boiled poatoes and break it into very small pieces.
- Add salt, red chilly, amchur, dhaniya, chaat masala, curry leaves, onions and coriander leaves.
- Mix it well. Now take small portions. roll it and smoothen the sides.
- Flatten them little bit with hands.
- In a mean while heat oil at medium high heat for frying.
- Now take moong dal paste and mix it again.
- Take one ball dip it in moong dal batter.
- Take it out and roll it in bread crumbs.
- Roll it gently between your palms so that bread crumbs stick to ball.
- Fry it from both the sides till it become golden brown and crisp.
- You can also directly fry aloo kurkure without coating them in bread crumbs.
- Once aloo kurkure are golden brown and crisp take them out.
- Serve aloo kurkure hot and crisp with chutney and ketchup.