5 days Of Ramadan Made Easy: Day 5

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the final post in our Ramazan Made Easy series. This time, we decided to tackle Fried Potato Bombs and totally broke the “no fried items” rule that Amna and I had set for ourselves this Ramazan (LOL). We started with fried chilies and ended with fried potatoes so I would say we have done an amazing job #noragrets.

This time the recipe was mom-approved so you can imagine that things went REALLY well. These came together really quickly and easily and tbh, you really can’t be sad when there is cheese involved. So let’s jump into the recipe, once again tweaked because there weren’t exactly any amounts specified:

You will need:

½ kg potatoes, boiled and mashed
4 spring onions sliced finely
3 chilies, sliced finely
Salt and pepper, to taste
1 teaspoon red chili powder
200 grams cheddar cheese, sliced into cubes
2 eggs beaten
Flour
Breadcrumbs
Oil for deep frying
National Tomato Ketchup, to dip

Makes about 16 bombs (you know what we mean)

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Mix the first five ingredients together and form into a nice dough like consistency. Cut the cheese into cubes.

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Form little patties and press a cube of cheese in the center and then form the rest of the potato mixture around it.

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Set up your breading station and then dip the bowl in the flour, eggs and breadcrumbs in that order. Deep fry in hot oil till golden brown and drain on paper towels.

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Serve with National Tomato Ketchup and thank God for the bounty that is cheese and potato.

Made Easy Rating:
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This is definitely a recipe you should try because it is foolproof and tastes amazing. Once again I would reiterate that it would be nice if amounts had been specified because it is hard for me to cook without mom’s supervision ha.

Experience with National Made Easy

So, while browsing the MadeEasy website and the YouTube channel I was pleasantly surprised that there were so many videos up and like with seriously insane production values. Like whoa, that is some mad-level kitchen artistry right there. And though very fancy, I liked that some of the videos had specified amounts unlike these newer stop motion animation style videos. Looking forward to trying the Chicken Shashlik because I am obsessed with shashlik and this Made Easy version truly looks doable with the cheat’s version using tomato ketchup.

Thanks for joining us on this 5 Days of Ramazan Made Easy series. We had a blast preparing these posts and we hope you enjoyed reading them. Let us know what you think and whether we should do more posts like these.

Cheers!

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