Poha Tikki


Try out this really tasty tikki made with poha/beaten rice..thanks to Archana of 365 Days of Pure Vegetarian for this recipe which we made with slight changes.

Ingredients

2 cups of poha/beaten rice
1 boiled and mashed potato
Salt to taste
1 slice of bread
4 tbsp bread crumbs
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp garam masala powder
A bit of amchur powder
Finely chopped coriander leaves
1/4 cup cooked peas
Oil

Soak the poha in just enough water and leave it covered for some time to make it soft. Add the mashed potatoes and other ingredients(add half of the bread crumbs only) to it except oil and mix well.

Shape them into desired shapes and coat them with the leftover bread crumbs.

Ideally tikkis are shallow fried, but cooking it in the tava with little oil is more healthy. Place the tikkis on hot tava and spread a few drops of oil all around and cook on both sides till golden brown.

Serve hot with chutney/sauce of your choice..

This is my final entry to my event WYF:Color in Food

Also sending this over to Pallavi for the Sunday Snacks:Hot and Spicy event and Trupti's Winter Treat event




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19 comments:

Ramya Bala said...

Thats sounds to be a very good appetizer and have eyed on ur sabudhana laddu also...good entries dear

Sukanya said...

Yummy Tikki's. Looks lip-smackingly tempting.

sowmya said...

looks beautiful..will try it sometime..

Priti said...

Tikkis looking so gud...like the heart shape too...

Usha said...

Looks yummy :)

Madhavi said...

wow love ur poha tikki, look delicious!!!

Divya said...

WOuld'nt have thought about making tikkis with poha... Gosh I am learning a lot today...

Divya Vikram said...

Different recipe..Thanks for sharing..

SriLekha said...

the first pic is mouth watering and the plate looks too good inthat pic!

Eco_smith said...

wow..loves lovely..perfect for a romantic dinnwe

Roma said...

Wow! Perfectly shaped tikkis there! I love the idea of using poha as the base. That way we can have tikkis ready any time without much prior preparation. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This sound so good and tasty. Will try it soon.

Bhawana said...

good yar, new to me.. thanks for sharing.

sunshinemom said...

Nice snack! I too prefer the tava fry, but this month I ended up with lots of deep fried snacks - blame it on the rains!

jayasree said...

Tikkis using poha seems to be interesting. Loved the way you shaped the patties.

Jayashree said...

Ever since I saw this recipe in Mallika Badrinath's book, I've wanted to try it. Now that I have a visual, Iam going to do it real soon.

ranjani said...

Good one n easy to make poha tikkis. will defenitely try
ranjani

aishwarya said...

its a lovely recipe.tastes better deep fried though.

varma's magic said...

Lovely recipe....will try it....

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