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Amaranth Potato Thyme Croquette

By: Archana Kitchen
Region: Indian
Dish:Vegetarian - Breakfast/Tiffins/Snacks
Servings: 8
Time to Prepare: 40 Mins


4 medium potatoes, hard-boiled

3/4 cup roasted amaranth seeds

3 tablespoon chopped thyme

2 green chillies, finely chopped

3 cloves of garlic, grated

1 tablespoon whole black pepper, crushed

1 tablespoon butter

1 tablespoon oil

Oil for brushing

Salt to taste


To begin making the Amaranth Potato Thyme Croquette Recipe, preheat your oven at 180 C.

The potatoes should be hard-boiled, it must not be mushy. Grate the potatoes and set aside.

On a low flame, roast the Amaranth seeds until it crackles.

Heat a skillet, add the oil followed by the chopped green chilli, grated garlic and chopped thyme.

Add the grated potatoes, butter, salt, crushed pepper and mix well to combine. Add the roasted amaranth seeds into the potato mixture and stir until well combined.

Shape the Amaranth Potato Thyme mixture in to lemon-sized balls or using your palm make an oval shape croquette. Roll this ball over the Amaranth seeds until coated on all sides.

Brush will the Croquette with oil and bake for about 20 minutes in oven mark until crisp and evenly browned on all sides.

Serve the Amaranth Potato Thyme Croquettes along with chai for a tea time snack during the monsoons or even pack them into your kids school lunch box.


The Amaranth Potato Thyme Croquette Recipe is croquette combines the goodness of protein and carbs and is a gluten free baked treat on a rainy day. It also serves as a healthy after school snack. For those who love to eat, it hard to resist potatoes! The Amaranth Potato Thyme Croquette is a creation out of a simple philosophy: Health during weekdays, Indulgence during weekends!

Amaranth not only gives structure and flavour to the croquette but is also makes it crisp, crunchy and nutty on the outside! The origin of both amaranth and potatoes are traced back to Peru, the discovery being about 8000 10000 years ago. Enjoy this simple treat with your evening tea.

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