Monday, August 15, 2011

Potato- Carrot Tikki

Tikkis are the spicy...sweet and sour pattis made up from some vegetables in North India. The tikki itself is not that spicy , but the chutney that we use with it makes it delicious. Mainly you will hear about the aloo ki tikki in the shops which are made up of potato stuffed with peas and some other things. Here I have tried a different tikki , a tikki made up of potato and carrot.



Ingredients :

1. Potato- 3
2. Carrot- 3
3. Salt to taste
4. Aamchur powder- 1 tsp
5. Roasted cumin powder- 1 tbs
6. Green chilly- 4
7. Black pepper powder- 1 tsp
8. Hing (asafoetida)- 1/2 tsp
9. Arrowroot- 2 tbs
10. Oil

For the chutney :


1. Curd (mixed with a little water)- 3 tbs
2. Tamarind pulp- 2 tbs
3. Cumin seeds- 1 tsp
4. Sugar- 4 tsp


Procedure :


First boil the potatoes and the carrots. Peel their skins and mash them in a large bowl. Add chopped chillies , salt , aamchur , 1 tsp cumin powder , pepper , hing and arrowroot. Mix everything well. Now form small pattis from the mixture and keep them aside. 


Heat 3 tbs oil in a flat surface non stick pan. When the oil is a little hot , add the pattis to it. Fry them over low flame until they turn dark brown. Change the side of the pattis and fry them again. Now to fry the tikkis you will have to use enough oil otherwise they will not turn out well. The arrowroot will make the tikkis crunchy. Keep the tikkis on paper napkin to remove excess oil.


In another pan add cumin seeds and heat it. When the cumin seeds start spluttering , add little water to it. Then add the tamarind pulp and 1 glass of water. Add the sugar to it and bring it to boil. Remove it from the gas when it thickens.
Now Serve the tikkis with curd and the tamarind chutney. Sprinkle the remaining roasted cumin powder on the tikkis.


You can have a look at the other tikki recipes of mine :
 Chicken tikki
Sending this to Anyone can cook series 30.

Sending this to the event Breakfast Club by Scrumptious Sally.

And to the event Healthy lunchbox Ideas.

Sending this to the event Joy from fasting to feasting.

25 comments:

  1. Delicious tikki! Happy Independence Day!

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  2. thanx Sutapa...same to you :)

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  3. Nice tikkis.. Happy Independence Day..

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  4. Woww.. looks absolutely delicious and tempting..

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  5. wow very healthy version of tikkis,luks very tempting.

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  6. yummy and tempting tikkis, love the addition of carrot

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  7. Thanks for stopping by my space....these Tikkis look very inviting and crispy good!!

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  8. This sounds fabulous and super healthy! Loved the recipe.

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  9. Very tempting! I am bookmarking this recipe.

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  10. Would be great as a burger patty...

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  11. tikis! They are like our version of a veggie cake or something it seems. They look so good and appetizing and perfect for any night of the week! Amazing

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  12. Awesome recipe so simple and easy.Tikkis look so tempting.

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  13. tikkis looks delicious and lovely, simple and great recipe..

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  14. Wow. Tikkis... I enjoy them during long holidays whenever I get. Yum yum...

    Cheers,
    uma

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  15. wow very nicely done tikki...mouth watering recipe!!

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  16. hi a girl's diary, first time i have ever heard and seen this potato- carrot tikki recipe.
    looks very delicious, gonna try this one day- i hope i dare :) have a nice day

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  17. Lovely combo. Pototao carrot tikki looks crispy, yummy and tempting. Perfect for snacks.

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  18. Delicious tikkis...nice recipe

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  19. Healthy & yummy cutlets!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  20. Tikkis look yum! Nice combination too, im bookmarking this :)

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  21. absolutely delicious...first time here and glad to follow you...hope you will to...do try and send in your entries to HIL-DATES i am hosting this month

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