Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Potato And Coriander Tikkis


It has been raining here since last 2-3 days and as rains are very rare here , we are enjoying the beautiful weather...just hoping that this beautiful weather will stay for some more days. Today I am sharing potato and coriander tikkis... we enjoyed these tikkis seeing the rain drops.


Ingredients:

Potatoes- 2 Large boiled and grated
Coriander Leaves- 1/2 Cup chopped
Cornflour- 2 tbsp
Cheddar Cheese- 2 tbsp grated
Salt- to taste
Red Chilli Powder-1/2 tsp
Amchoor- 1/2 tsp
Cashewnuts- 10 broken
Oil- to shallow fry

Procedure:

Mix all the ingredients except oil and knead in a dough. Take small balls out of the dough and flatten them little in between the palms. Heat a non stick tava and shallow fry these tikkis in little oil turning both sides till they turn golden brown. Serve hot with chutney or tomato ketchup.

Sending these tikkis to Herbs and Flowers in my Platter- Coriander Leaves event hosted by krithi originally started by PJ.


34 comments:

  1. looks like a yummy and easy dish to make!

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  2. Perfect and delicious tikki.. looks yummy !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. wow...tempting pictures...love tikkis...

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  4. very nicely made tikkis,perfect tea time snack

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  5. Yum, I'd love to have some with green chutney!

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  6. These sound delicious and I can just imagine them hot from frying dipped in chutney...mmmm! I'd love to sit back and watch the rain with a few of these =)

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  7. Tikkis look absolutely mouth watering.

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  8. Yummy tikkis...Love the colour...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  9. Yummy and delicious tikkis.. looks very tempting !!

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  10. Lovely tikkis....they look exactly like my mom makes them !!!!

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  11. Yummy and delicious..perfect snack.

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  12. Perfect and yummy snack, great for the rainy season. Thanks for voting dear..

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  13. these looks SO yummy and delicious, Raji - I wish you were in the US too and we could've been Maitris - we still are!!!

    Hugs,
    priya

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  14. Yumm, tikkis looks truly inviting and delicious..

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  15. Nice recreation of a very popular classic..looks so good!
    Perfect treat for a rainy day indeed!

    US Masala

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  16. new here...lovely blog...potato tikki luks so tempting n perfect...very nice picture :)

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  17. Love how easy this dish comes together! Sounds really tasty!

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  18. Hi raji, the aloo tikkis are so difficult to resist....! Loved thier lovely color and texture and am sure must be delish too...enjoy !

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  19. you know I am feeling super hungry now and yet doing all the food blogging ( trying to diet a little .. hush hush!) and now i see this .. now how am i suppose to stop myself . i love potatoes and i love tikkis :D

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  20. Aloo tikkis I can have them anytime,looking delicious..

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  21. Raji, your potato tikkis look fabulously scrumptious! Thanks for coming by my site, and I've looked through some of your recipes and I really like your creations. I'll be checking back often ;-).

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  22. Thanks everybody for your nice comments.
    @Sangee @Foodiva...glad to have you first time at my site, hoping to see you here more often.

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  23. Wonderful Picture.. just like its right in front of me.. rainy day and cutlets.. How much better can life get..

    New to ur space n happy to follow u for more wonderful recipes..

    Do visit me when u get time dear .
    http://comeletseat.blogspot.com

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  24. Awesome creation, beautiful picture.

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  25. Wow...it looks simply amazing...mmm...truly mouthwatering..
    First time here...u hv a wonderful space..visit mine as time permits.
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  26. Very wonderful tikkis. They have been evenly done and the picture is droolworthy too.

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  27. love all ur recipe.Visiting ur blog for the first time . Happy to follow you.

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