Looking to elevate your potato game? Dive into the irresistible flavors of our crispy potato cilantro fry recipe! Packed with a delightful blend of garlic-infused goodness and garden-fresh cilantro, this dish is a culinary adventure waiting to be savored. Whether you're a garlic enthusiast or simply love exploring vibrant flavors, this recipe is sure to tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving more.

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- 2 potatoes

- 1 bundle of cilantro

- 2 cloves of garlic

- 2 tbsp olive oil

- 1 tbsp butter

- Salt to taste

- Optional: chili, hot paste


1. Peel and slice the potatoes into rounds, then cut them into cubes.

2. Pluck the leaves from the cilantro bundle and chop them finely.

3. Mince the garlic cloves.

4. In a pan, heat water until boiling. Add the potato cubes and cook for about 10 minutes until they are halfway done. Drain and set aside.

5. In a separate pan, heat olive oil and butter until melted.

6. Add minced garlic to the oil and cook until fragrant.

7. Add chopped cilantro to the pan and sauté until wilted.

8. Optionally, add chili and hot paste for spice.

9. Add the partially cooked potatoes to the pan with the cilantro mixture.

10. Season with salt to taste.

11. Sauté everything together until the potatoes are crispy and golden brown.

12. Serve hot as a delicious side dish or snack.

Indulge in the delicious crunch of our crispy potato cilantro fry and let your taste buds dance with delight! With each flavorful bite, you'll experience the perfect harmony of garlic, cilantro, and crispy potatoes. Whether enjoyed as a side dish or a standalone snack, this recipe promises a culinary experience that's simply unforgettable. Give it a try today and treat yourself to a burst of savory goodness!

This recipe combines the freshness of cilantro with the crispiness of potatoes, creating a flavorful and satisfying dish. Enjoy!

Note: This recipe is suitable for most people, but it should be avoided by those who have allergies or sensitivities to any of its ingredients, such as garlic. It should also be avoided by individuals who are allergic to potatoes or cilantro. It is recommended to check the recipe's ingredients and ensure their suitability for people following a specific diet or those with certain health conditions that may be affected by consuming this type of food.

Nutrition Value

1. 2 potatoes:

  - Calories: Approximately 280 calories

  - Carbohydrates: Around 63 grams

  - Protein: About 7 grams

  - Fat: Less than 1 gram

  - Sodium: Around 20 milligrams

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Vitamins and minerals: Rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and manganese

  - Nutritional benefits: Potatoes provide energy from carbohydrates, vitamin C for immunity, and potassium for heart health.

2. 1 bundle of cilantro:

  - Calories: Approximately 5 calories

  - Carbohydrates: Around 1 gram

  - Protein: Less than 1 gram

  - Fat: Less than 1 gram

  - Sodium: Around 1 milligram

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Vitamins and minerals: High in vitamin K, vitamin A, and antioxidants

  - Nutritional benefits: Cilantro is rich in antioxidants and vitamins, including vitamin K for bone health and vitamin A for vision.

3. 2 cloves of garlic:

  - Calories: Approximately 10 calories

  - Carbohydrates: Around 2 grams

  - Protein: Less than 1 gram

  - Fat: Less than 1 gram

  - Sodium: Around 1 milligram

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Vitamins and minerals: Contains vitamin C, vitamin B6, manganese, and selenium

  - Nutritional benefits: Garlic is known for its antioxidant properties and may have benefits for heart health and immune support.

4. 2 tbsp olive oil:

  - Calories: Approximately 240 calories

  - Carbohydrates: None

  - Protein: None

  - Fat: Around 28 grams (mostly monounsaturated fat)

  - Sodium: Around 1 milligram

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Vitamins and minerals: Contains vitamin E and antioxidants

  - Nutritional benefits: Olive oil is rich in healthy fats, particularly monounsaturated fats, which may support heart health and reduce inflammation.

5. 1 tbsp butter:

  - Calories: Approximately 100 calories

  - Carbohydrates: None

  - Protein: None

  - Fat: Around 11 grams (saturated fat)

  - Sodium: Around 80 milligrams

  - Cholesterol: Around 30 milligrams

  - Vitamins and minerals: Contains vitamin A and vitamin D

  - Nutritional benefits: Butter provides energy from fat and contains fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A.

6. Salt to taste:

  - Calories: None

  - Carbohydrates: None

  - Protein: None

  - Fat: None

  - Sodium: Varies based on amount used

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Vitamins and minerals: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Salt adds flavor to dishes but should be used in moderation to avoid excessive sodium intake.

7. Optional: chili, hot paste:

  - Calories, carbohydrates, protein, fat, sodium, cholesterol, vitamins, minerals, and nutritional benefits vary depending on the specific type and amount used.

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