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Aloo Tikki/Potato Cutlets

Aloo tikki is one of the famous chaat items in India. One of my friends in my new place made this aloo tikki for me. I loved it and it is very easy to make. The important thing is we need not deep fry it. Even then they taste really good and now it is my favourite snack for the evening. Here is the recipe for this easy, tasty and quick snack…

Preparation time: 30 minutes
No of Servings: 2-3
Spice level: 3 out of 5

Ingredients 1:
  • Potatoes-2(medium sized)
  • Onions-1/2(finely chopped)
  • Green chillies-1(finely chopped)
  • Red chilli powder-1/2 to 1 tsp(according to spice level)
  • Coriander powder-1/4 tsp
  • Garam masala-1/4 tsp
  • Chaat masala-1/2 tsp
  • Coriander-2 tbsp(finely chopped)
  • Salt-to taste
Ingredients 2:
  • Bread crumbs-4 tbsp
  • Oil-1/4 cup
Method of Preparation:
  1. Boil the potatoes and mash it completely.
  2. Then add all the items in ingredients 1 and 2 tbsp of bread crumbs and mix well.
  3. Make small balls of the mixture and press them to flatten a bit.
  4. Coat the patties with the remaining bread crumbs.
  5. Heat 2 tsp of oil in a pan and place the patties and cook them till they become golden brown.
  6. Turn the other side and add 1 tsp of oil and cook till they become golden brown.
  7. Repeat the same for all the patties.
  8. We can cook as many patties at the same time depending on the pan size.
  9. Serve hot with tomato sauce or with chole or we can have it as burger in between the bread :)
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28 Comments

  1. Really tempting clicks!! They look extremely tasty.

  2. all time fav snack!

  3. Hey wow what a co-incidence. I kept the same recipe in my blog today. But a little change in it by adding corn.:) Urs is looking very perfect and nice.

  4. Arthi,

    Nice aloo tikki. I love to have with my tea.

  5. WOW!!! Let’s exchange my Mysore Bondas with your Tikkis, I would love those too! :))

  6. Aloo tikki sounds so good..wonderful tea time snack..

  7. Looks delicious Arthi :).

  8. delicious and tempting looking aloo tikki…

  9. What an irresistible cutlet! I loved the recipe! Bookmarking it! 😀

  10. Wow! Fantastic aloo tikki! My all time favorite:)

  11. Looks and sounds great arti,love the pics too!

  12. My all time favourite snack. Yours turned out to be delicious looking and crispy as well.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

  13. arthi what a perfect snack..aloo cutlet really mouthwatering ..with ketchup ..wow feel to have some..

  14. Delicious snack Arthi, Good try.

  15. Hi arti, aloo tikki looks yum and crispy as well as healthy too..thanks for sharing

  16. These cutlets look so delicious! Love to dip them with some sour cream.

  17. Great recipe arthi…I will surely try it

  18. oh wow,those look great!

  19. I dont mind having these delicious aloo tikki with a cuppa chai :-)

  20. i must say a healthy snack!!i use a bit of sooji to bind them.

  21. Those fritters/patties look wonderful! Beautifully spicy!

    Your contest is great. I have to see if I can participate…

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  22. delicious and beautiful arthi

  23. Nice perfect tikkis dear,,i like aloo tikki very much with green chutney..

  24. looks yum. I make it pretty much the same way and love it.

  25. So perfect and yummy!!!!

  26. Thank you friends for your nice comments!!

  27. Great. I simply love fried stuff. And this looks very tempting.

    Here’s a cutlet recipe for non-veg lovers – The Prawn / Shrimp Cutlet: http://www.bestofkanchan.com/indian-recipes/prawn-shrimp-cutlet/

    -Kanchan.

  28. hey! going to try this tonight – but I was wondering, no peas in the mixture? I think i’ll try it with peas and tell you how it turns out… :)

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