Friday, August 19, 2011

Jackfruit Seeds Tikki

This was a truly delicious tikki I have ever had. Even my hubby could not stop finishing his plate fast and then looking over my plate. As potato is the main ingredient in any tikki , same is here but the best part was the jackfruit seeds and the masala used in it.


Ingredients :


1. Potato (boiled)- 2
2. Jackfruit seeds- 10
3. Salt to taste
4. Aamchur powder- 1 tsp
5. Curry leaf- 10
6. White pepper powder- 1/2tsp
7. Green chilly (chopped)- 1
8. Onion (chopped)- 2 tbs
9. Cumin seeds- 1/2 tsp
10. Ajwain (carom seeds)- 1/2 tsp
11. Bread crumb- 1 cup
12. Cornflour- 2 tbs
13. Oil


Procedure :


First remove the white skin of the seeds. Its a very tedious job , but be patient. Pressure cook the seeds with a little salt. Remove the cooker after three whistles. Now remove the brown skin of the seeds and cut them into small chunks. Mash the boiled potatoes in a bowl. Add cumin , pepper , aamchur , chilly , onion , salt , carom seed , jack fruit seeds and fried curry leaves. Now in this recipe I have used some dried curry leaves and fried them in one tbs oil till they turned really crunchy. Mix everything well. 


Make a thick batter of the cornflour with a little water. Heat 3 tbs oil in a flat surface pan. Make tikki from the potato mixture and dip them into the cornflour batter and then roll them over the bread crumb. Shallow fry the tikkis (both the sides until golden brown). Serve them hot with your favorite chutney.


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26 comments:

  1. wow very tempting recipe...luks delicious...

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  2. Oooohhhhh...tempting tikkis!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  3. Oh I love love jackfruit n these delish tikkis are making me crave for some right now :D
    USMasala

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  4. A very diff combination..thanks for sharing!

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  5. we make curry with the jackfruit seeds..n this is so interesting n yummy recipe..

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  6. Delicious combo! Thanks for your sweet comment dear and my follower button is now working...

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  7. wow, a great recipe, adding jackfruit seeds is indeed a lovely idea and am sure it would have tasted delicious..

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  8. Delicious and quite a different combo for tikkis,super inviting..

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  9. Yummy tea time snack Yummmmm!

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  10. hi khusi,, what a great idea using jack fruit seed as a recipe ingredient. , an added flavor to tikki, must be more flavorful

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  11. The only thing I do out of jack fruit seed is boil it in sambhar or just eat it plain. This is delicious.
    Thanks for visiting me and your sweet comment. To prevent the dosa from breaking up first wait till the side is well done. then jst loosen it up & flip it over. If this does not work you can add either rice flour or besan. I generally use rava but you have to rest the batter for some time then.

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  12. Dear Khushi
    Kemon achho? I like this recipe. It has been ages , I ate jack fruit seeds. Let me check if I can get some ..else will get from Cal. I like this innovative recipe.
    Bhalo theko

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  13. wow very tempting recipe...luks delicious...

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  14. And to think that I've always thrown the seeds away. Great recipe.

    Lisa~~
    Cook Lisa Cook

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  15. These tikkis will surely be a yummy treat...

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  16. yummy snack... love your space and thank you for dropping by at my blog.

    Glad to follow you.

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  17. Tikkis are one of my favourites anytime....looks delicious!

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  18. I love the dry fry made out of jackfruit seeds :D This should be even tastier.. Gosh..thank you so much for the idea :D

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  19. Never thought you can make tikki out of jackfruit..this is just amazing..

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  20. Hi Khushi,Luved ur recipes esp this Tikki.Very useful one.Following U.

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  21. thanks everyone :)
    @ Archana...thanks a lot dear for the handy tips :)

    @ Ushnish uncle....amra bhalo achi...apni kemon achen?? pujo r shopping shuru hoyeche? Ami toh ekhane supermarket e packed kathal niye ashi aar taar i seeds use kori :)

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  22. Great post.Thanks for sharing such a useful information with us.

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  23. I would like to thank you for the efforts which you have made in writing this article. Nice to such useful and informative article.

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