Potato fritters with crepe/Chila


Crepe Batter

1/2 cup ( 50 g) of gram Flour ( Besan)

water 4 Tbsp

Pinch of turmeric

Salt as per taste

oil to make crepe

Stuffings for Crepe

1) Potato Fritters stuffing

1 to 2 cup Boiled and mashed Potato’s.

1 chopped onion.

2-3 chopped green chilli.

1- 1/2  Tbsp crushed garlic ( or Garlic Powder).

1/2-1 Tbsp Mango Powder( Amchoor powder).

2-3 Tbsp chopped  Mint leaf (optional).

1/2 to 1 Tsp chilli powder.

2 Tbsp Corn flour for binding

Salt as per taste.

2) Other Ingredients for stuffing in Crepe

1 cup Grated cheese

chilli Sauce

Tamarind Chutney

Ketchup ( optional)


Preparing the Batter for Crepe

Mix all the ingredients mentioned under the preparation of crepe and stir well so that there are no lumps.

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Preparing Potato Fritters.

Mix all the ingredients mentioned under Potato fritters preparation well and make small flat round shaped patty, repeat the same with the rest of the potato mixture. Now heat a pan and then place the patty in the pan and roast both the sides until golden  in color. Similarly repeat the same with rest of the patties.

Preparing Potato Fritters with Crepe

Now take a spoon of crepe batter and spread it evenly such that it forms the shape like dosa or thin chapati in the heated pan. Apply little oil on the sides of the crepe and flip the crepe once it’s little golden in color and let the other side get cooked until it’s very light gold in color. Now finally once again flip and  place a patty on the centre of the crepe and above it sprinkle generous amount of  cheese 😉  and then add chilli sauce (you can also add ketchup here along with the chilli sauce)  on the remaining part of the crepe. Now fold the sides of the crepe so that it covers the patty with cheese. Now flip to the other side (  In such a way that folded sides of the crepe are facing towards the pan) for about 3 to 4 seconds.

Now Crepe are ready  and can be served with Tamarind dip (chutney) or Ketchup. you can also have it just like that.




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