Vegetable Tikki

Ingredients (Translation)

1 cup Boiled potatoes
½ cup boiled peas
½ cup boiled carrots
1 tsp garam masala powder
Salt to taste
2 tbsp oil
½ tsp turmeric powder
½ tsp red chilli powder
2 slices of bread

Mash the boiled potatoes and mix with all other ingredients except oil and bread. Wet the bread with water, squeeze out all the water and add to the mix of vegetables dough.

Now make medium size balls and flatten them like vada. Now you have two options- The first one is to deep fry the cutlets by rolling them in bread crumbs . But this consumes more oil.

The second method and the way I did these is- Just place them on the chapati tava, add a few drops of oil and when it is golden brown, turn and cook the other side as well.

Serve Hot with sweet chutneyor sauce. Also an ideal way to utilise leftover vegetables.
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Happy cook said...

It looks delicious. I can imafine eating it with a dollop of ketchup

Nags said...

lovely! i love aloo tikkis!

Rajitha said...

yumm..these do look great..u got me craving for one

Tee said...

A delicious way to consume leftover vegetables :)

Seena said...

Thanks for visiting my blog..
loved your recipes, especially this spicy snack..yum yum..
will keep visiting to see more..

Mansi Desai said...

simple and easy! looks perfect!:)

Jyothi said...

Really looks lovely with light brown colour. Great idea to use leftover veggies. Thanks for sharing.

easycrafts said...

Thanks happy cook, nags, rajitha,tee, seena, mansi and jyothi for all ur lovely and encouraging comments

Shella said...

your tikkis look so inviting. Can you hand over one to me pls??

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the good idea for left over veggies!!

MegSmith said...

Yum! This looks fantastic and easy. I think I will have to try this soon. Thanks for sharing.

Take a look at my blog, I too am a vegetarian. I hope you find something you like:

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