Farali potatoes

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Farali potatoes
Alternative names Suki Bhaji
Place of origin North-western and Western parts of India
Region or state Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan
Main ingredients potatoes, cumin seeds, groundnut powder, curry leaves, sesame seeds
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Farali dry potatoes or farali potatoes is a dish in Indian cuisine. It is a dish which can be eaten during fasting ("farali" refers to fasting).

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Sabudana vadas is a type of deep fried farali potato dish that is prepared with green chili peppers, potatoes and sabudanas.[1]

Buff wada is a variant of the farali potato dish consisting of potato balls, stuffed with masala (mixed spices),[1] are deep-fried.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Trivedi, Tanvi (August 13, 2012). "A farali food fiesta on Janmastami". The Times of India. Retrieved 14 August 2013. 

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