Aloo ki chips - one of the favorites in our household. Thinly slice the potatoes and cook them in oil and red masala... good to go... have it as a frankie (roll it up in a chapati) or with Khichdi... or just by it-self... I can have this chips at any time of the day..
With the summer heat on its full swing, I tend to cook foods for which I don't have to stand in the kitchen for more than 20-30 minutes. Sometimes, I think even that is quite long.. but hey... you gotta feed yourself and as people say a way to man's heart is through stomach... you have to do something to win the heart of your betterhalf... who at times (read that most of the times) don't think about anything else besides food and sports...
My dear Hubby loves this dish as well, as this reminds him of his college days. My Mother-in-law used to make this chips and roll it up in chapati for his lunch... I, myself, have some great memories with this particular dish... at our house, we almost always have it with khichdi and kadi (recipe coming soon)...
- Three medium potatoes - thinly sliced.
- 3 tblsp oil
- 1 tblsp red chili powder
- 1/4 tblsp turmeric powder
- Salt per taste.
- In a pressure cooker, heat oil.
- Add in sliced potatoes - mix till oil is coated well.
- Add in red chili powder, turmeric powder, and salt - mix well.
- Close the pressure cooker lid and let it cook for about 3-4 minutes.
- Make sure the pressure cooker doesn't whistles.
- Turn off the heat and let all the steam release by itself before opening.
- Open the pressure cooker, and mix well.
- Serve hot with roti or khichdi.
NOTE: If you don't like using pressure cooker, you can easily make it in a frying pan. I use pressure cooker since its quick. Frying pan will take at-least 10-15 minutes for the potatoes to get cook well.