1/2 cup rice flour
1/2cup besan (chickpea flour)
2 boiled potatoes – properly peeled
1/8 cup Butter
1 tsp chaat masala powder
1 tsp salt
Aloo bhujia is a very popular Indian snack made using potatoes, gram flour, and rice flour. It is often served as a snack at social gatherings. You can serve it at tea time, or pair it with cocktails; it remains equally delicious. This particular aloo bhujia recipe is simple to prepare and is suitable for special occasions such as pot lucks, kitty parties, and even road trips and picnics. If you are thinking of hosting a Diwali party at your residence, then this should be your favorite go-to recipe because it is certain that all your guests will love aloo bhujia.
Although aloo bhujia contains a considerable amount of nutrients, it makes a better appetizer than meal. Just two servings contain 80mg of sodium which the body needs for bone growth. However, the same amount of aloo bhujia contains 1 g of fat which can be unhealthy if abused.
How to Make It
Serve it as a snack at teatime or save for later un an airtight container. To ensure your aloo bhujia is never cold and always fresh, get a Vaya Tyffyn lunchbox. These lunchboxes are designed to be airtight and keep your meals in perfect condition. No heating or microwaving is necessary before you can enjoy your piping hot meal.
Aloo bhujia were first commercially manufactured in Bikaner, in 1877.