Sunday, December 4, 2011

Bharwan tikki

I love to experiment with Tikkis. Here is another paneer tikki recipe with coconut stuffing. I prepared this yesterday for evening snack. It came out perfect and tasty.  Hope all of you will also like it....

1 cup            Grated Paneer
1/2 cup         Grated Boiled Potato
1-2               Bread Slice
1 Tbsp          Raisins
1/4 cup         Grated coconut fresh
1 Tsp            Sugar
1 1/2 Tsp      Amchur Powder
1-2               Green Chilli chopped
1 Tbsp          Chopped Coriander
                     Oil for Deep fry
                     Salt as per Taste
* In a mixing bowl combine grated potato and paneer.
* Add in salt, green chilly, fresh coriander, amchur powder and bread slice(soaked in water and squeezed).
* Mix very well.
* Take equal parts of this mixture and shape them into balls.
* For stuffing, In a small bowl combine grated coconut, sugar and raisins. Mix well.
* Now slightly flatten the ball , place the stuffing and close the ball. Shape into tikki.
* Similarly prepare all the tikkis.
* Heat sufficient oil in a kadahi. Deep fry the tikkis till golden brown in color.
* Drain on absorbent paper.
* Serve hot with green chutney and tomato ketchup.

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  1. Tikki looks so tasty and awesome.

  2. very appetizing tikkis....will try it soon...

  3. Hi Deeksha, nice recipe i make this type of tikki. ur one is slightly different just mouthwatering:).

  4. Yum;yum,anything with paneer goes directly to my fav list,bharwan tikki tempts me a lot.

  5. Very delicious looking tikkis..:) Perfect with a cup of tea..:) Awesome..:)

  6. I liked the concept of stuffing a lot...well done!

  7. Tikkis are awesome! I'd love to try this someday!

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  10. wow... tikkis look awesome... delicious..

  11. Tikki looks so tasty and awesome.

  12. Wonderful recipe. Tikkis looks mouth watering and yummy.

  13. Deliciousn n perfect tikkis.. Yummy!!!

  14. wow.............very good recipe.

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  15. Seems your experiments turned out really good. Looks yumm

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  17. This is a scrumptious snack and makes me want to nibble into it right away!Thanks for coming to my place and leaving me a sweet comment:)You have a wonderful blog of your own - following you happily.

  18. wonderful snack, tikkis are absolutely yummy..

  19. Very delicious looking tikkis....Simply superb...

  20. calorifying yet perfect for the chilly weather and festive season! :)
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  21. I guess it is a good idea if we make tikkis using different ingredients(Like a combination of paneer and potato in this case) for making Tikki Ki Chaat.:-)
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