Sunday, March 4, 2007

Aloo Tikki



Well this weekend was really a nice one for us.We had nice fun being at home itself.the weather was very good but then my hubby was really busy with his work.So i wanted to deviate his mind from work.So thought of preparing something chat-pata which will be his favorite too...As it was weekend and i was felling lazy wanted to prepare something which is quick but yet tasty..SO prepared some jatpat aloo tikki.As my plans my hubby couldnt resisit and came running to kitchen.We took all the tikki's to out patio and had the fresh and hot dipped in tomato ketchep.Well had so many tikki's and was like a mini picnic in our own patio we were refreshing our childhood days and those nice moments of our life.all to gether enjoyed so much because of this aloo tikki.So thought of posting the same here...

Ingredients:-
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Potato- 3 large cooked
Ginger garlic paste- 2 tsp
Chilly powder- 1 tsp
Pepper powder- 1/2 tsp
Kitchen king masala- 1 tsp
Coriander powder- 1/2 tsp
Cumin- 1 tsp
Green chillies- 2 freshily minced
Freahly chopped coriander leaves[optional]
Bread slices-6-8
Oil 3-4 tsp


Method:
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1.Mash all the potatoes .Tear the bread into tiny chunks and add them to potatoes.
2.Add kitchen king masala,chilly powder,coriander powder,pepper,cumin,salt chillies and mix properly into a single mixture so as to form a chapatti dough like consistency.
3.Make small patties out of this dough like mixture by rolling into small balls and then flatening them.
4.Then take a large non stick pan or even a iron pan and grease it whit oil and place these patties and grease the other side also with a little bit of oil and fip them and bake on other side to untill they turn crunchy on both sides.
5.Remove from the pan and serve hot with tomato sauce or fresh chutney.

18 comments:

Vcuisine said...

Well presented Soumya, No one can resist this as you said. Good choice. Viji

Shawnda said...

Beautiful photography!

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Viji,
Thanks dear.yup you are right viji...hee...hee i have frozen some also....

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Shawnda,
Thanks for stoping by and posting a comment.

USHA said...

Hi Soumya,

Nice presentation.Tikki looks awesome and tempting..

Asha said...

Yummy!! I agree,great photos Sowmya.I love tikkis anytime to snack on!;D

Sumitha said...

Hmmm....if aloo tikkis made you relive the happy moments of your life,then it definetly is worth making, right Usha!

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swapna said...

wow soumya...great pictures!!!

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Usha,
thanks dear..

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey Asha,
Thanks buddy...Me too....

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey Sumitha,
Well think you wrote Usha by mistake.Well i totally agree with you

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey Swapna,
Thanks dear...

Manjula said...

Aloo tikki's look fabulous..I have not yet bought Kitchen King. Is it like Garam masala?

Prema Sundar said...

Aloo tikkis look wonderful Soumya.. lovely presentation too!!!

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey manjula,
yup somewhat similar,but much better than garam masala.Thanks dear

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Prema,
Thanks dear...

Sumitha said...

Oops sorry Soumya,dont know how I called u Usha,mmmm....Im growing old,I know now;)