Potato Garlic Nuggets

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Potato Garlic Nuggets | Potatoes are types of starchy root vegetables. They are rich in nutrients like potassium and vitamin C.

They’re generally eaten boiled, baked, or fried and frequently served as a side dish or snack. Kids will love common potato-based foods and food products like french fries, potato chips, potato stir fry & list goes on.

In this recipe we will be using garlic. If in case, you do not like the smell of garlic you can omit garlic & make normal nuggets.

Today let us see another potato-based dish. We are going to make potato garlic nuggets. This recipe is going to be a crispy & delicious snack. You will surely love it.

Potato Garlic Nuggets

Course: Kids Corner, Snacks


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Potato garlic nuggets are crispy & tasty snacks.


  • 1 big sized boiled potato grated

  • 3 medium garlic cloves/1big clove grated

  • 1/2 cup semolina/rava finely powdered

  • 1/2cup water

  • 1/4tsp chilly flakes

  • salt for taste

  • 1tbsp chopped corriander leaves(optional)

  • 2tsp butter/oil

  • 2tsp corn flour

  • oil to fry the nuggets


  • Boil a big sized potato in salt water & peel off the skin. Grate the potato & keep it aside.
  • Take a blender & blend 1/2 cup semolina/rava finely & keep it aside.
  • Heat 2tsp butter/oil in a pan & saute grated/chopped garlic until it turns golden brown, followed by 1/4tsp chilly flakes.
  • Now add in 1/2cup water to the pan & when it comes to boiling point add salt, followed by finely powdered rava.
  • Blend & mix well until all water is absorbed by rava. Switch off the flame & add in the grated boiled potato, 2tsp corn flour & corriander leaves.
  • Now blend the mix well using hands, forming a dough. (grease little oil in your hands while forming dough)
  • Divide the dough into small sized balls or shape as you desire.
  • The nuggets will be very soft. Deep fry potato garlic nuggets.
  • Crunchy, delicious rings are ready to be served.

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  • While blending the ingredients to form a dough grease oil on your hands.
  • The dough will be very soft, so be careful while forming balls out of dough.
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