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Potato Pan cake- Potato Pancake Paratha

Project potato pan cake paratha today completed successfully......
I made this experiment, it gave a very fruitful result, my hubby loved it very much. I will make it again and again.
I'm very much eager to post this form the time I made it!!!!!!!

Here is the recipe,
Self rising Flour-2 cups (Makes 10 pan cakes)
Potato boiled and mashed into fine paste-1 cup
Green chilies / pepper- diced into small pieces-2ts
Cumin seeds few
Ajwain- 1/2ts
Salt to taste
Milk 2cups
Ginger- 1/2 inch finely chopped
Onions-finely chopped -1/4cup
Cilantro chopped-3ts
sesame seeds- few for garnishing


  • Brake egg and beat it.
  • Add milk to the beaten egg and beat well.
  • Take the self rising all purpose flour in a bowl and add salt+ ajwain + chili paste+ cumin seeds + onions and cilantro.

  • Now add egg and milk mixture and mix well with out lumps.
  • To this mixture add  mashed potato and mix well with out lumps.
  • Add 3ts of olive oil/ butter/ vegetable oil to this mixture and mix well.

  • Check for the consistency of batter and adjust with milk. The consistency should be loose, when you pour batter from top it should  fall in a single line.
  • Heat 2ts of oil in a skillet and pour 1 spoon full of this batter on to it. While pouring it will spread evenly do not disturb the batter. garnish with sesame seeds on top.

  • When the batter starts browning, flip and cook until it is completely cooked.

  • Serve hot with chutney you like.

Check for chick pea chutney click HERE for recipe. click HERE for VIDEO of chutney.
I bet you will love this recipe, you will make it again and again. :)


  1. Delicious... And interesting recipe...

  2. wow, this looks so well done - yumm !!
    US Masala

  3. Dear DD
    How are you? I like this pancake and very new recipe for me. I shall make it soon.
    Have a nice day

  4. Thanks for the detailed post dear... Looks yum...

  5. This is a lovely creation, simple and delicious. Great job!

  6. perfectly done and so delicious !!

  7. wow, I always wanted to try potato pancake. Bookmarking to try it later :)

  8. thnQ frnds for stopping by :)
    thnQ priya for bookmarking it...i'm sure you will enjy when you make it :)

  9. delicious looking pancakes looks wonderful


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