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Potatoe pancakes

I am going to skip writing about how all my  recipes came to be. I have very little time now a days due to school.
Cook time: 20min

Prep time: 15min

Serving: 2 people


  • 4 Potatoes
  • 1 Onions
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup of flour
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Oil for frying


    1. Grate the potatoes and onion using a hand grater or a food processor.
    2. Put the grated potatoes and onion through a fine strainer and press it it with a wooden spoon to squeeze the liquid out. Try to squeeze all the liquid out.
    3. Discard the liquid. You will notice white powder on the bottom of the bowl. Don’t discard it.
    4. Add the potatoes to the white powder in the bowl. 
    5. Add the eggs, flour and salt and pepper to the potatoes and mix.
    6. Heat some oil in a nonstick pan. Add a spoonful of potato mixture, spreading it slightly. Fry for about 2-3 minutes on each side, until the pancakes are crispy and brown.
    7. Place the pancakes on a paper towel, to absorb the access oil and ENJOY!

      ** The thinner you spread them. The quicker they cook.

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      Steamed Momos with vegetable filling.

      In the streets of Sarojini market, delhi, there is a stand that sell this amazingly made chicken momos that makes your mouth water like a dog. He might not be approved by hygienist but some street food taste so nice that you tend to ignore the warnings people tell you about buying food in the streets of India. Ever since I went to India I have been in love with the curries, biryanis, sweets(gulab jamun)  and others (momos and parathas). Yes I have to admit I was skeptical at first but upon the first bite, I lost my focus, I just wanted to eat more indian food, till this day. I searched and searched online after I left India, until I found the best momos recipe. I tried and succeeded!!…

      Momos/dumplings by Doctor chef

      I went through almost all the  momos before I remember to take a picture. 😃😄😜.

      Steamed momos by Doctor chef


      Prep time: 40min

      Cook time: 60min

      Serving size: 14 momos



      • 1 cup flour
      • 1/2 teaspoon oil
      • 1/4 teaspoon salt
      • 3-4 tablespoon water for kneading 

      For vegetable filling:

      • Cabbage – 1 cup, packed, finely chopped
      • Carrot – 1/2 cup, finely chopped
      • Onion – 1, medium size, finely chopped
      • Green chilies – 1-2, finely minced
      • Garlic – 2 clove, finely minced
      • Ginger – 1/2″, finely minced
      • Soy sauce – 1 tsp
      • Black pepper powder – 1/4 tsp
      • Salt to taste


      1. Take flour, oil and salt in a bowl and mix it.
      2. Add water in small amount and knead to a firm dough. cover the dough  and keep aside for 30 min.
      3. Heat oil on medium heat.add the garlic and saute for 10 secs. Add the onions and saute for 30secs.
      4. Add all the finely chopped vegetables and saute on medium to low heat for 3-4 minutes
      5.  Add the soy sauce, salt and pepper and stir for 2 min.
      6. Switch of the flame and add 1-2tsp of  spring onion and stir.
      7. Take the dough and divide it into two equal parts. Shape each part into a 7inch long rod. Cut the rod into equal slice.
      8. Mold the slices into a ball and keep them apart in a container.keep then covered.
      9. Dust the board lighty or a clean countertop and roll until it is  2-3inch in diameter.
      10. The edges should be thin and the center thick.
      11. Add about 1-2tbsp of of fillings. Pick one side of the edge and start pleating. Form  pleats one by one and join them towards the end. Check below for a link.
      12. Keep the  momos covered until you are ready to steam them.
      13. Fill 1/4 a pot with water and bring it to a boil.grease  a colander with oil and put it in the pot. ***
      14. Gently place your momos inside and let them steam for 6minute until they are not sticky and are transparent. Cooking time depends on the thickness of your momos, the intensity of the flame and the the steamer you use.
      15. Garnish momos with Spring onions and serve momos with a spicy chilli chutney /hot sauce.
      16. Enjoy!!!


      Do you like this recipe? Drop your  feedback on the comment section below.

      **if center is thin and edges are  thick, your momos are going to stick to the steamer and will break while removing.

      **click this for a video on how to roll, stuff and  pleat momos.

      **If you have a steamer you can use it.

      ** This recipe was adopted from silusfood and vegrecipesofindia.