1. Big round bun (cut into half)- 2
2. Britannia cheese slices- 2
3. Parsley (chopped)- 1/2 cup
4. Sweet corn- 1/2 cup
5. Cabbage leaf (large)- 2
6. Chicken pieces (boneless)- 7 to 8
7. Black pepper powder- 1/2 tsp
8. White vinegar- 1 tbs
9. Worcestershire sauce- 1 tsp
10. Salt to taste
11. Ghee- 1/2 tbs
12. Bread crumbs
13. Corn flour- 2 tbs
14. Maida (All purpose flour)- 2 tbs
15. Olive oil
16. Tomato (roundly sliced)- 1
17. Burger mayonnaise- 2 tbs
18. Tomato ketchup- 1 tbs
After cooking for 2 to 3 minutes turn off the heat. Now you may be wondering why I have added ghee to it...simply because ghee has a nice binding property. And do you remember the "mughlai story" that I have mentioned earlier.....it is because of this ghee which adds a nice aroma to your chicken tikki and a flavor that reminds you of a mughlai dish. Make medium balls from that mixture and press them to form a flat tikki. Keep these tikki in the refrigerator for 20 minutes so that they retain their shape.
Next add sweet corn , tomato ketchup , parsley , salt and a little pepper in a pan and cook them for 3 minutes. Now decorate your burger. First grill the back side of the bun in the microwave for 2 minutes (if you do not have a microwave you can do it easily on a tawa). Then spread the mayonnaise on the inner side of the lower half of the bun and on top of that keep the cabbage leaf in such a way that it forms a bowl shape. Put 1 tsp of the corn mixture on top of the leaf and then the chicken tikki and at last the cheese slice. Place one or two slices of the tomato and cover it with the remaining upper part of the bun.
Grill it till the cheese melts a little and done!!
What are you waiting for?? Take a bite....