#BTExperts The Ultimate Crispy Honey Chilli Potato Recipe To Instantly Satisfy Your Cravings

Chef Ravi Saxena, Head Chef - Mamagoto & Azure Hospitality, tells you how to make this finger-licking-good snack, right from your home kitchen!

All things crisp and crunchy, despite being tossed in an extremely palatable honey-chilli sauce, this super-addictive snack is the only kind of comfort food you will need this lockdown. Intensely flavoursome and aromatic, this restaurant-class recipe will certainly pay ode to Indo-Chinese street food!

Have you been surfing the internet for a new binge-worthy recipe to try out this week? Well, we just found you one.

Find the detailed recipe for Crispy Honey Chilli Potato, down below:


  • Ingredients:

180 gms Potato Batons

A pinch of salt

10 gms Eggs

45 gms Corn flour

15 gms refined Flour

100 gms Oil for Frying

30 gms Oil- wok

5 gms Dry red chili

15 gms Chopped Garlic

5 gms Schezwan pepper powder

Crushed Black pepper


45 gms Honey

10 gms Dark Soy Sauce

5 gms Light Soy Sauce

10 gms Oyster sauce

5 gms Lemon Juice

20 gms Green capsicum

20 gms Capsicum- Red ,yellow

15 gms Spring Onion- diamond cut

15 gms Chinese Wine

5 gms Spring onion for garnish



1. Take the peeled potato batons and add a pinch of salt, refined flour & cornflour in a bowl. Mix it well.

2. Deep fry the marinated potatoes till a crisp texture is achieved.

3. Wok toss the dry red chilly and add garlic, black pepper, schezwan pepper, water, light soy, oyster sauce, lemon juice, honey, cornflour and all the vegetables, with the fried potatoes and cooking wine for 2-3 minutes.

4. Serve hot, and garnish with spring onions.


Ready, set, eat!


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