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This is my first time I tried manchurian sort of dish :). This experiment came out well and everybody at home could ate it easily and fast :)).

Ingredients: Sufficient For Two People

2 Medium sized potato
1 Cup bell peppers/capsicum. will be good if red and green color capsicum added
1 Medium sized onion sliced
1/2 Cup spring onion chopped
2 Tblsp Corn starch
1/4 Tsp white pepper powder
1/2 Soya sauce
1/2 Tsp Vinegar
2 Pinch of ajinomoto (MonoSodiumGlutamate) (optional)
Salt as per taste
Oil for cooking

Method: Peel potatos and cut into thin strips. Mix 1.5 tbsp of corn starch in warm water to make a thick batter. Add salt and pepper powder as per taste, now dip each slice of potato in it. Keep aside for few min so that extra starch can be avoided on potatos.

Heat oil in a pan and deep fry potatoes until golden color and place them on an absorbent paper to soak up excessive oil.

Cut bell peppers into cubes/slices. Cut onion into slices as well. Mix left out starch powder in a cup of warm water and keep aside. We need it later.

Heat 1 tbs oil in a pan. Add bell peppers & sliced onions. Stir fry them for 4-5 min. After that add ajinomoto, soy sauce and vinegar and mix well.
Photobucket Now add the corn starch water which we made it earlier to the pan. Once the mixture begins to thicken, add the fried potato slices and stir until the mixture coats the potatoes well. Adjust salt and pepper as per your taste.

Garnish this with cut spring onion and serve hot as an appetizer or snack :).

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