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Thursday, September 23, 2010

ALOO TIKKI



INGREDIENTS:

Potatoes - 1/2 kg.
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp.
Green chillies - 2
Chilli powder - 1/4 tsp.
Chopped coriander leaves - 3 tablespoons
Coriander powder - 2 tsps.
Bread crumbs - 1 cup
Oil - to deep fry
Corn flour - 2 tablespoons
Salt - as per taste


METHOD:


Prepare a corn flour slurry.

Boil potatoes and peel the skin. Mash well alongwith chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, salt, chopped green chillies and chopped coriander leaves.

Take out small balls from it and shape to cylindrical tikkis or any shape of your choice.

Dip these balls in the corn flour slurry and coat it with bread crumbs. Again dip in the slurry and coat with bread crumbs. Deep fry in oil till crisp and golden brown on all sides.

47 comments :

  1. Perfect tea time snack for the weather we have right now!! Delicious!! Nice clicks!

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  2. well explained steps with nice pictures.Tikki looks very tempting

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  3. Hmm. mouthwatering tikkis. Love to have one ;)

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  4. Aha! nice and crispy aloo tikis, look very tempting and inviting.

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  5. Dear Shanti
    I like this and very unique..There is no riot of onion, garlic etc ( of course I dont expect these in your blog and thats why I visit..real vege dishes).
    I take note that you have used Coriander powder and no strong spices like cumin, garam masala etc. It is great
    Have a nice weekend

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  6. Hi akka,

    Looks so yummy....Lovely clicks...my favorite...

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  7. looks very crispy and perfect tikka!!

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  8. Yum! Very lovely tikkis! So inviting and appetizing!

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  9. Yummy looking tikkis...awesome clicks dear...absolutely mouthwatering...

    Tasty Appetite

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  10. Great snack.Love aloo thikki.Looks perfect!

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  11. If youu had entered photography field u wld hv made a mark.Beautiful pictures always

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  12. A delicious tea-time Snack! Yumm!

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  13. Looks perfect and is making me drool here.

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  14. Crispy and yummy tea time snack..looks so good.

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  15. looks nice..recipe sounds delicious

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  16. Awesome clicks and perfect crispy snack for tea time !!!

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  17. OMG!! u made them so perfectly ..very delicious aloo tikki

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  18. WOW!!! They looks so lovely. Feel like having some. Will try it soon.

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  19. This looks and reads delicious! Would like to try it some time.
    I did not quite understand cornflour slurry - is it cornflour mixed with milk?
    Your blog looks awesome :)
    And thank you for stopping by mine.

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  20. Wow!!!!!!! picture is making me hungry.Perfect tea time snack.

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  21. wow wonderful aloo tikki's ..........

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  22. Droolworthy dish dear...loved the new look of your site to...grt snaps....

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  23. Yummy tikkis!! Perfect tea time snack..Loved the first picture..

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  24. Such a droolworthy aloo tikki, makes me drool..

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  25. Awesome work Shanthi. Each tikki looks grab-and-go from the picture!

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  26. delicous looking aloo tikkis! love to have them with a cup of hot tea...

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  27. Summa super ah irrukku...kalakkal!

    Is it raining in Chennai too? These are perfect for a rainy day - watch thalaivar padam, eat some of your aloo tikkis and enjoy the rain! Perfect!

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  28. Lovely tikki Shanti.

    I also wanted to leave a comment on your other blogs but somehow I am unable to.

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  29. I am here for the first time and my god! you have such a lovely blog. I checked other blogs as well. Esp Om Namo Narayana... I love it. Very nice info. Mde a note of few stotrams.. Reading more of it..:-) Thanks for sharing...

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  30. Looks so crispy and delicious. Nice picture.

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  31. Lovely clicks as usual and i can see that you are getting inspired by Smita and decorating all the food like a flower!!!
    looks yummy and crunchy becoz of the bread crumbs.

    Shobha

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  32. wow ! happened to stumble upon ur blog ! good collection, esp the Iyengar cuisine. As a co-iyengar, I must appreciate the effort u take to post these recipes, esp the bhakshanams. Looking forward to more of these treats - iyengar cuisine or otherwise ...

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  33. lovely presentation! looks great

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  34. drooling here !!!!
    lovely presentation ..

    http://jellybelly-shanavi.blogspot.com

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  35. Lovely!!! I can have this plate anytime of the day... :)

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