Buckwheat Batter Fried Potatoes

Buckwheat Batter Fried Potatoes
Diet Info: DF GF F LF Na LS VG V Fa
Kuttu (Buckwheat) flour is consumed by many north Indians during auspicious one week event of Navraratras every year. This healthy, gluten free flour is very good for health and you can use it in various food preparations. Very easy to make and very delicious to eat these.

Pairing Ideas:

Cilantro Tomato Chutney

Buckwheat Batter Fried Potatoes

Buckwheat Batter Fried Potatoes
Total Time: Prep Time: Cook Time: Cuisine: Indian ()
Serves: 2



  • Step for Recipe - Buckwheat Batter Fried Potatoes 1. Peel and slice potatoes into very thin disks. Season with 1/4 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp of red pepper powder and keep aside. For buckwheat batter, mix rest all ingredients except oil and water. Mix water little at a time to avoid making a too thin batter.
  • Step for Recipe - Buckwheat Batter Fried Potatoes 2. Heat oil in a deep frying pan or fryer to 375 F. First dip seasoned potatoes (3-4 at a time or one-by-one) into buckwheat batter and then fry potato slices in hot oil for 3-4 minutes. You will see any exposed Ares of potato will start looking little golden crisp. This indicates fritters are ready. Drain on a paper towel. Repeat for rest of the potatoes in small batches. Dust some salt (optional) Or some salt based seasoning and serve hot.

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4 Responses

  1. I always saw buckwheat flour in farmer's market but never thought to use it for batter. I am thinking to mix more veggies along with potatoes for my twist on this buckwheat batter fried potatoes recipe. I liked your website and blog too
  2. I didnt knew that buckwheat flour is gluten free, thanks for this helpful information.
  3. Hi @Anastasia, thanks for visiting ChefDeHome. I like your questions. Yes, I have tried these fritters with sweet potatoes, will taste yummy, believe me. Dry mango powder can be omitted from this recipe. It is added to this for some tang. You can get Dry Mango powder from Whole Foods or Indian Grocery store. Or you can add ¼ tsp of tomato powder if available Or ½ tsp lemon zest with 1 tsp lemon juice to this batter.
  4. Have you tried this with sweet potaotes? Where do you get mango powder and can you replace it with something else?