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How to Make Potato Smiley

When you have nothing to do at home and there are a lot of potatoes in your kitchen, you can make potato smiley as delicious snack for your family. This snack hasn’t nutritional value actually but it doesn’t matter if you eat it once in a week. The taste it offers won’t disappoint you and it’s very easy to make. Here is the guidance to make potato smiley that you can follow.
How to Make Potato Smiley

Prepare the Ingredients First
Before making potato smiley you need to prepare the ingredients needed. Since the size of the snack is small you can make it many with only some numbers of potatoes. In this recipe, we will make about 2 dozens of potato smiley so you need to prepare the main ingredient, 3 large potatoes. Then, prepare ¼ cup of coriander leaves, ½ tsp of ginger garli paste, 4 tbsp of corn flour, ½ tsp of garam masala, ½ tsp of red chili powder, 2 tsp of lemon juice, ¼ tsp of turmeric, and oil for frying.

Steps to Cook Potato Smiley
The first step to create potato smiley is washing the potatoes and cooking them until tender. Let them cool and peel. Then, prepare a big bowl to mash the potatoes and add the coriander leaves, ginger garlic paste, corn flour, chili powder, turmeric, salt, garam masala, and lemon juice. After all ingredients mixed, put the dough in the fridge for about 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes put in the fridge, tae a small size of the dough as big as a lemon size, flatten and shape it into a circle. To create the smiley, use a clean pencil for the eyes and use a knife to create the mouth. Do it for the rest of the dough.

The last step is heating the oil and once it is hot enough, reduce the heat and fry the potatoes until the color changes into golden brown. Do it for the rest of the potatoes. Once you have finished frying, serve the potato smiley with tomato sauce, ketchup, or any spicy condiment.

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