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Friday, May 29, 2009

Aloo Palak Tikki

Making out cutlets with greens was completely new to me until sterday..i tried out this aloo and palak combination for making out cutlets and they turned out really very tasty..Instead of making out with fresh spinach leaves i made this tikkis with frozen spinach leaves which made this dish very much easy...Wat all u need is to just thaw the frozen spinach leaves which are already chopped and freezed...With already cooked potatoes, this already chopped thawed spinach leaves get mix very well and u dont need to cook r chop the spinach leaves before making out as tikkis...Otherwise, this tikki is very easy ,tasty, delicious and healthy also very easy to prepare, can suits prefectly for snacks, as side dishes for main course....


1cup Cooked potatoes
1/4cup Spinach (frozen n thawed)
1no Onion (chopped)
1/2tsp Red chilli powder
1/4tsp Garam masala powder
2tbsp Chopped Coriander leaves
1/4tsp Fennel Seed powder
1/4cup Corn flour
1/4cup Bread crumbs
Salt
Oil

Take the cooked potatoes and the spinach leaves in a large bowl..meanwhile heat few drops of water and stir fry the chopped onion until they turns brown..keep aside and let them cool..add the red chilly powder, fennel seed powder, garam masala powder, chopped coriander leaves, fried onion pieces and salt to the cooked potatoes-spinach mixture, mix well everything...

Make a white sauce with corn flour and water in a plate, take the bread crumbs in another plate...Make small balls out from the spiced potato and spinach mixture, flatten them in ur palms..dip gently in the cornflour paste and roll over the bread crumbs...Keep the breadcrumbed tikkis aside and shallow fry the tikkis until they turn golden brown colour on both sides..Serve hot with ketchup!!

28 comments:

Anu said... Reply To This Comment

Mouth watering snack!!! sounds easy to prepare!! Pic looks lovely :)

Pavithra said... Reply To This Comment

Wow thats really tempting priya..lovely art with ketchup dear.

Pooja said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely snack Priya! Love aloo tikkis and yours with palak has doubled the nutritional value.

Poornima Nair said... Reply To This Comment

Perfect snack...they look delicious.

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

Great way to sneak green for kids!

Srilakshmi said... Reply To This Comment

One of my fav snacks! Never tried adding Palak, looks really tempting!

Mangala Bhat said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely ! really good !!.very good snack :)thanks for sharing :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely dish. I made a similiar one with methi leaves! I love your ketchup decoration...

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely dish and look at your ketchup looks like art.

Parita said... Reply To This Comment

delicious palak tikki..love the design u have made with the ketchup :)

Gita's Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

They look simply delicious Priya...healthy and yummy :)

Vij said... Reply To This Comment

Aloo tikki looks so lovely. I have a suggestion for you, next time serve these tikkis in yogurt and sprinkle onions n allo bhujjia n coriander leaves over them. Also add a dash of garam masala n drops of ketchup. Trust me! ur family will love it.

Ushanandini said... Reply To This Comment

My kids love aloo tikki! This is a healthier version of tikki! They will be sure to gobble it! :)

Sweta said... Reply To This Comment

I just read a methi+aloo tikki recipe-excellent way to get the kids to eat some GLV!!

Dharani Jagadeesh said... Reply To This Comment

Wow..what a lovely cutlets... very tempting priya!!

Mahimaa's kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

super yummy... looks so good.. andha ketchup a paakave bayama iruku priya. lol

Vrinda said... Reply To This Comment

Great snack with palak..good thing abt cutlet is u can make this with anything,veg,non or even with leftovers..tikkies look percectly shaped,and crispy..

Varsha Vipins said... Reply To This Comment

Tikki's with curd n masalas are ma fav..looks so tasty..:)

Uma said... Reply To This Comment

ooh, so easy and yummy snack. Looks tempting Priya :)

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

hey Priya...I used to eat this tikki at Juhu beach in Mumbi years ago! You brought back old memories!
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Preeti Singh said... Reply To This Comment

Tikkis are looking great .... I love tikkis with thick curd and coriander chatni.

Suparna said... Reply To This Comment

hi priya,
would love to have palak in aloo tikki good way to down the greens, simply loved the way u've played around artistically with the sauce :) good one dear
Happy weekend
TC

DEESHA said... Reply To This Comment

wow aloo & palak in a tikki, thatz yummm

Hari Chandana said... Reply To This Comment

lovely snack...looks wonderfull..

prathibha said... Reply To This Comment

Nice cutlets priya....leafy ketchup looks yummy..

Valarmathi said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely tikki. Looks delicious.

RAKS KITCHEN said... Reply To This Comment

Hey I love the presentation,gud idea:)

rekhas kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

so beautiful presentation priya and nice choice for the both events.