Batata kachrya, stir fried potato subji recipe is a potato side dish from Maharashtra.
This quick cooking recipe is a favorite of many to take in the lunch box with chapati or paratha or poori.
Potato cooks fast enough and when you cut the pieces thin and even, it takes only a few minutes.
You may use a knife or a food processor to cut potatoes.
You may also keep this potato subji in the fridge and reheat and serve for the next 2-3 days.
Ingredients for Batatyachya kachrya, stir fried potato subji for 2-3 servings
Step by step instructions for making Batatyachya kachrya, stir fried potato subji
Batatyachya kachrya - stir fried potato subji is done.
Serve it with chapati
Tips and variations
Add some garam masala along with red chili powder.
Add a pinch of sugar or jaggery if you wish.
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