Aloo Tiki

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As soon as Navrathri begun , we were on a No Onion  No Garlic Diet . But wanted to eat something chatpata… So had made Aloo Tiki along with Jain Chole for the Aloo Tiki Chat
Will post the Aloo Tiki chat Recipe some other time along with the wonderful chutney’s.

INGREDIENTS:

Boiled Potatoes3 Nos
Freshly grated Ginger1 tsp
Coriander1/2 cup
Frozen Green Peas15-20 Nos
Crushed Green Chillies1-11/2 tsp
Freshly ground pepper1/2 tsp
SaltTo taste
Cumin Seeds1/2 tsp
Oil4-5 tsp
Bread Crumbs1 cup
Semolina( Rava)4 tsp
WaterFew drops

DIRECTIONS:

Preparation :

  • Boil & mash the potatoes & keep it aside.
  • In the mean while defrost the green peas taken from the freezer.
  • Using a parmesan cheese grater , grate the ginger .
  • To make bread crumbs , simply cut 2-3 bread slices into big chunks and put it in your blender & blend it.
  • With the semolina.. we need to make a semolina paste. Add few drops of water to semolina and mix it until it is neither too solid nor too watery.

Method:

  • Heat 1 tsp of oil in a non stick pan and drop cumin seeds .Once they splutter ,add ginger,green chillies & saute it for few seconds. Add green peas & saute it for about 2 minutes. Add the remaining ingredients – Mashed Potatoes , Chopped coriander leaves, pepper powder & required salt and saute for 1 min. Keep the potato mash aside to cool down & then make small round balls.
  • Taking one ball at a time , gently flatten them into 1/2-3/4 inch thickness & give them a desired shape using a cookie cutter. Rub a little of semolina paste all over the pattice & again roll them gently in the bread crumbs mix.
  • Repeat the process with the rest of the potato mixture.
  • Now shallow fry them in 1 tsp of oil until both the sides are crisp golden brown.
  • Drain all the aloo tiki’s in a paper napkin to remove any excess oil.Alternatively you can bake the aloo tiki’s after giving them desired shape.
  • Serve crispy aloo tiki hot with ketchup or with green chutney.

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Comments (28)

  • Hey thats looking very apetizing!

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  • aloo tikki looks geogrous!!!love to have it..

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  • yummy aloo tiki sandhya.surely my kds will love this.

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  • my favorite snack. looks delicious 🙂

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  • Aloo tikki is my favorite.. looks so good and tempting 🙂

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  • Looks great !
    I tend to make these without bread crumbs directly apply Semolina and shallow fry.

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  • sooperb one sandy..i love aaloo tikki..great job..

    cheers,
    ammu.

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  • wow…yummy aloo tiki..Definitely try this one.

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  • Thats a nice recipe without onion & garlic…looks delicious and Nice different shaped tikkis

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  • Awesome tikkis Sandhya.. Never knew we can make it sans onion, garlic. Perfect snack to bite into during festive days! Will let you know the result soon!! 🙂

    (Had sent u mail, guess you didnt receive it.. )

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  • My all time favourite that too with no onion and garlic, such a prefect snack Sandhya, simple superb dear..

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  • Sandhya,

    Thanks for visiting my space and leaving such inspiring comments. You have a wonderful blog here – neat and inviting with pretty pictures. Will visit often. 🙂

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  • Well if it comes to any tikki/chaat I m always game…simply mouthwatering.

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  • Simply Yummy dea..!!!

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  • Hello Sandhya, thanks for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comments. You too look cute dear. I loved ur blog, all ur recipes are unique and great. Will follow u regularly, keep rocking:)

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  • Yummy & looks great sandhya.my favorite one.

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  • Great looking tikkis. Nice ones Sandhya!

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  • Looks so yummy its almost everyones fav…perfect snacking.

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  • Looks so yummy, nice one.

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  • Awesome aloo tikkis dear…love the crispy top 🙂

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  • Hi sandhya,
    sorry for my late comments…i thought of visiting ur blog befoerebut somehow missed it…u hv got a gr8 blog with real yum recipes…do post more…enna tamila:)?

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  • Tasty tasty! 🙂

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  • Thank you Gals.. .for all your encouraging comments… I have been sick for the last 2 days.. could reply anyone.

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  • Looks delicious! Your site is really great and your photographs make you want to take a bite of your recipe.
    Happy Twirls

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  • Must try out this alu tikka.
    IS there any way to avoid oil while preparing it ?

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  • Oh yes.. you could bake them Haddock:)
    Try em n let me know

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  • Aloo tikka looks yummy! New comer here and also a new blogger .Do visit my blog

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  • Yum! Great recipe!!!

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