Monday, October 20, 2008

ALOO TIKKI


Ingredients


Potato- 250gms( Boiled & Mashed)

Bread- 4 ea

Salt- to taste

Chilli powder- 1 tsp

Ginger garlic paste- 1 tsp

Oil- 2 tsp


Method

Pre heat the pan,mix all ingredients except oil .

Make it into equal balls & flatten it into thick patty.

Shallow fry it & serve hot with tomato ketchup.



26 comments:

  1. looks yumm...i love to add chole,tamarind water and have it as a chaat..good one..

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  2. Hi...
    This is a nice recipe. Looks so good. Perfect snack. Love to have it as a appetizer for soup.

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  3. simple and yummy with just a few ingredients.. good one!

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  4. Allo tikki,hope they got vanished as soon as u served them..looks delicious

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  5. Perfect for chill days this tikki!

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  6. aloo tikki shape looks perfect and yummy.

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  7. I like that you shallow fried it. And they look pretty.

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  8. carrot halwa , Aloo Tikki both r looking yummy sripriya. enaku oru plate kidaikuma?

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  9. yummy,I love these! thanks for the lovely recipe.

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  10. aloo tikki is yummy as it is rainy outside here,i would like to have a tikka from ur plate

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  11. Delicious Tikkis..i have one doubt,did u grind the bread as crumbs? else do we need to add the bread directly?

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  12. Aloo tikki looks welcoming dear.Awesome color.

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  13. wow what a perfect shape priya nice recipe one of my fav. chat mmmm yummy

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  14. Wow, a healthy alternative to the greasy hash browns. Very nice, Priya

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  15. Yummy..I love aloo tikkis...

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  16. I love this anytime of the day

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  17. I usually add ginger garlic paste and quite a few masalas.. these must be divine with the pure taste of potatoes coming through.

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  18. Delicious and perfect tikki sri:)

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  19. We have a Malay dish locally here in Singapore that is pretty similar to this. It is called bergedil.

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  20. Perfect snack for both kids and us!

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  21. Tikki looks great they are easy to make I like the touch of chole to it...

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  22. Tikki looks really yummy and sounds like a simple recipe. will try it soon

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  23. perfect party snack! looks yummy.. you could send it to EasyCraft's WYC - Party food event.. :)

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  24. They look perfectly shaped.Perfect with tea..

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