Organic Potato/Organic Batata

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Potatoes are of the most popular vegetables in Indian kitchens. Potatoes are the root-vegetables that can be cooked in several ways with the utmost ease. From breakfast to dinner, potatoes can be added to any meal in different ways. They can be cooked solo for snacks and can be served in the main course as well. There are several nutrients one can get by consuming potatoes, especially organic potatoes. Organic potatoes being a rich source of starch and minerals, they are frequently used in Indian kitchen.

You can buy organic potatoes online at Abuja.

Nutritional Profile

Organic potatoes are a rich source of nutrients. Although the nutrients can vary in a potato-based on the way it is cooked. Following is the list of nutrients offered by one fresh baked potatoes.

  • 161 Calories
  • 2 grams of fat
  • 6 grams of carbohydrates
  • 3 grams of proteins

Health Benefits

  • Organic potatoes are a potential source of minerals like magnesium, iron, phosphorous, and calcium. Therefore, they are good for bone strength and density.
  • They are good for heart health because of vitamin C, vitamin B6, and fiber - all of which help reduce cholesterol.
  • Potatoes are low in sodium, but rich in potassium, therefore are helpful in blood pressure management.


  • Potatoes are used as stain removers.
  • They can be used for cleaning cutleries if they have gotten foggy/cloudy.
  • They are used to get rid of dark circles and eye bags.
  • They are used for cleaning car windows, and eyeglasses.


  1. Potato wafers

Ingredients: Fresh Potatoes, salt, water

Cooking Steps: Peel off the skins from potatoes. Cut them into chips by using a serrated blade. Soak them in saltwater overnight and then dry them under sunlight. Deep fry the wafers.

Once dried they can be preserved for long term consumption.


  1. Aloo Pakora

Ingredients: Potatoes, chickpea flour (1 bowl), salt, red chili powder, oil

Cooking Steps: Slice fresh potatoes in circles. Mix chickpea flour with water, red chili powder, and salt to make a consistent paste. Dip the potato slices into the chickpea flour paste and deep fry them. Serve crunchy pakoras with sauce or other side dishes.



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