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Top 10 Punjabi Tikki Recipes

Tikki is one of the most popular Indian snacks. More than calling it a snack, it is a category of snacks by its own right, because there are so many varieties of tikkis that one can make, right from the simple aloo based ones to rich dry fruit stuffed ones!

Every Indian party will have at least one type of tikki on the starter spread. From roadside vendors to star hotels, everybody has tikki on the menu. Whether it is a hot, buttery tikki enjoyed on the roadside with Green Chutney and ketchup, or a platter of exotic tikkis served on a special occasion, the tikki never fails to please!

Cauliflower Greens Mixed Sprouts TikkiCauliflower Greens Mixed Sprouts Tikki

The best part is that you don’t need an occasion to enjoy a tikki. You can make tikkis for tea-time, for a kitty party or for a kiddies’ party because it is easy to make and tastes simply fab when served with chutney or a dip. You can even use tikkis innovatively. Add them to a sizzler, or use them as patties for burgers. Cut a tikki and add it to a pulao or salad instead of bread croutons. The spicy succulence of the tikki adds a dimension of fun to any dish.

1. Aloo Tikki is a famous street food from Delhi. You can even stuff it between a burger bun and make an Aloo Tikki burger, drizzle with some chole, curd and chutney and transform into a lip-smacking chaat like the aloo tikki chaat or simply relish it as it is.

Aloo Tikki
Aloo Tikki

2. Root vegetables apart from potatoes are always neglected but, they taste amazing and have a texture similar to potatoes. Try this unique combination of suran and chana dal to make crispy, deep-fried Suran Chana Dal Tikkis which taste yum with green chutney.

Suran Chana Dal TikkisSuran Chana Dal Tikkis

3. Also, this Sweet Potato Tikkis with Tomato Raita. Mashed sweet potatoes with a blend of spices which bind together with rice flour and cornflour are fried to perfection. Don’t miss out on sprinkling the chaat masala on top.  

Sweet Potato Tikkis with Tomato RaitaSweet Potato Tikkis with Tomato Raita

4. Kand Tikki is another delectable snack that you can eat while fasting. This is also a winter special food when purple yam is found in the market.

 Kand TikkiKand Tikki



5. Looking for some healthy snacking option? This Masoor Tikki with Curd Dip. Made with masoor dal and panner, the flavours are due to the addition of onions and coriander. The special mint based dip is the main attraction of this snack.

Masoor Tikki with Curd DipMasoor Tikki with Curd Dip

6. Moong Sprouts and Spring Onion Tikki and Rajma Tikki Satay with Spring Onion Dip are some recipes you must try!! The combination of dal/pulses with vegetables and myriad of spices is loaded with tongue-tingling flavour and lots of nutrients.

Moong Sprouts and Spring Onion TikkiMoong Sprouts and Spring Onion Tikki

7. A unique way to add broccoli to your kid’s diet is by combining it with something they love and that is obviously cheese. Tempt them with this Cheese and Broccoli Tikkis, you can even stuff and roll them into parathas .

Cheese and Broccoli Tikkis, Cheese Cutlet RecipeCheese and Broccoli Tikkis, Cheese Cutlet Recipe

8. Try these popular Tikki recipes like Paneer Tikki Aur Chole as appetizers or cocktail accompaniments for a party at home and charm the guests. 

Paneer Tikki Aur Chole

Paneer Tikki Aur Chole

9. Corn us yet another ingredient which is used when we talk about tikkis. Mixed with potatoes, these Corn and Potato Tikki are best snack for people of all ages. They have small cubes of cheese in between which after deep-frying will melt and give that gooey effect that kids love.

Corn and Potato Tikkis

Corn and Potato Tikkis

10. A unique tikka recipe is Rava Green Peas Tikki. The outher covering of the tikka is made with semolina cooked with water and then kneaded into a dough. The stuffing is very simple of green peas perked up with coriander, green chillies and lemon juice. Serve them with a spicy green chutney.

Rava Green Peas TikkiRava Green Peas Tikki

Once you get a wind of tikki making, you can even invent your own! Just grab the ingredients you have, use a dal or potato as the base and come up with your own tikkis. It is a world that is limited only by your creativity. Happy cooking!!


Top 10 Tikki Recipes



The use of cooked semolina as the base instead of potatoes brings about an exciting twist to the tikki tale. Once cooked, the semolina dough is used just like mashed potatoes. It is packed with an exciting green peas stuffing and deep-fried till crisp. Since rava itself is known to impart an exciting crispness, you don’t even need a coating of bread crumbs for these tikkis. This incomparably tasty Rava Green Peas Tikki is sure to become a whopping success at the dining table! Also do try other tikkis like Paneer Tikki and Corn and Capsicum Tikki .
Aloo tikki is a versatile and popular potato preparation, that can be had as it is, or as part of a gravy or a chaat preparation. Here is a relatively simple version that you can prepare with readymade spice powders. If required, ask an elder to help you mash the potatoes. Cut the tikkis into different shapes using cookie cutters, to make them look more interesting. Cornflake Cookies , Jam Pinwheels , Cheese Garlic Buns , Quick Dahi Vada and Tacos with Baked Beans are a few more exciting recipes that kids will enjoy cooking with the help of elders.
A mouth-watering tikki made with masoor dal, low-fat paneer and typical Indian ingredients like onion, coriander and green chillies, which not only impart a tongue-tingling flavour but also lots of nutrients, calcium and fibre. The Masoor Tikki with Curd Dip is especially valuable on the health front, as the protein quality improves when the dal is combined with paneer and served with curds.
moong sprouts and spring onion tikki recipe | diabetic friendly moong sprouts cutlet | healthy moong tikki | moong sprout cutlet Indian snack | with 17 amazing images. moong sprouts and spring onion tikki recipe | diabetic friendly moong sprouts cutlet | healthy moong tikki | moong sprout cutlet Indian snack is a non-fried starter which can be served as a part of a healthy meal. Learn how to make diabetic friendly moong sprouts cutlet. To make moong sprouts and spring onion tikki, blend the moong sprouts in a mixer to a coarse mixture without using any water. Transfer the moong sprouts mixture into a deep bowl, add all the remaining ingredients and mix well. Divide the mixture into 12 equal portions and roll each portion into a 37 mm. (1½”) diameter tikki. Heat a non-stick tava (griddle) and grease it with ¼ tsp of oil. Cook all the tikkis on it, using 1 tsp of oil, till they turn golden brown in colour from both the sides. Serve immediately with mint and onion chutney. Everybody yearns for a treat once in a while! Here is a perfectly enjoyable snack, made keeping diabetic norms in mind. These scrumptious diabetic friendly moong sprouts cutlet are made with fibre and iron-rich moong sprouts bound together by oats flour, which contains beta glucan, a unique type of soluble fibre that helps control blood sugar. Spring onion whites and greens enhance the flavour, texture and aroma of this tasty moong sprout cutlet Indian snack, which is made with very little oil to make it suitable for diabetics with heart problems too. People aiming weight loss can also relish on healthy moong tikka. They are a wise choice than fried tikkis. To make a satiating meal take a Tortilla, spread some Mint and Onion Chutney and Cabbage, Carrot and Lettuce Salad, place two tikkis on top and wrap it up. Tips for moong sprouts and spring onion tikki. 1. Cook the moong sprouts till they are 85% cooked. They should be crunchy and not mushy. 2. Further blend them till coarse and not fine. 3. Roll and shape the tikkis slightly thin and flat so they cook well from within on the tava. Enjoy moong sprouts and spring onion tikki recipe | diabetic friendly moong sprouts cutlet | healthy moong tikki | moong sprout cutlet Indian snack | with step by step photos.
Succulent yet crisp, sweet yet spicy, these Sweet Potato Tikkis must be experienced to be understood. The soft texture and pleasant taste of sweet potatoes work very well with the selected gamut of spice powders and pastes to give you wonderful tikkis with a fabulous mouth-feel. Serve the Sweet Potato Tikkis with Tomato Raita, which has a brilliantly tangy taste with a notable touch of spice. You can also try other sweet potato recipes like Sweet Potato Khichdi and Sweet Potato Rabadi .
suran chana dal tikki | yam chana dal tikki | with 20 amazing images Scrumptious to the core, these mouth-watering Suran Chana Dal Tikkis feature flavourful yam bound together by an aromatic powder of freshly roasted chana dal. This winning team gets a further boost by the addition of spice powders, herbs and flavour-givers like onions, ginger and garlic in suran chana dal tikki . Serve these yam chana dal tikkis immediately because they are super-crispy, and this great texture will be lost as the tikkis cool. Green chutney is a perfect accompaniment to suran chana dal tikki. You can serve scrumptious deep-fried delights like these tikkis for High Tea Party, Kitty Party and Birthday Party. Enjoy suran chana dal tikki with detailed step by step photos and video below.
A traditional Punjabi tikki morphs into an innovative low-cal satay when combined with veggies and paneer. As a cross-cultural touch, i have included my favourite spring onion dip in this recipe. At 44 calories per satay, we suggest a serving size of two.
cheese and broccoli tikki recipe | cheese broccoli cutlet | Indian broccoli cheese tikki | cheesy broccoli tikki Indian starter | with 21 amazing images. cheese and broccoli tikki recipe | cheese broccoli cutlet | Indian broccoli cheese tikki | cheesy broccoli tikki Indian starter is a tempting snack which kids will love to bit into. Learn how to make Indian broccoli cheese tikki. To make cheese and broccoli tikki, heat the olive oil in a broad non-stick pan, add the onions, ginger-garlic paste and green chillies and sauté on a medium flame for 2 minutes. Add the broccoli and salt and sauté on a slow flame for 3 minutes. Keep aside to cool completely. Once cooled, transfer the broccoli mixture into a deep bowl, add the potatoes and cheese and mix well. Divide the mixture into 4 equal portions and shape each portion into a 50 mm. (2”) diameter round flat tikkis. Heat a non-stick tava (griddle) and cook the tikkis using olive oil, till they turn golden brown in colour from both the sides. Serve immediately. Given a choice, kids will say no to broccoli, but they are a must-have because of their nutritional benefits! So, tempt them with this yummy cheese broccoli cutlet made with a combination of broccoli and cheese. This Indian broccoli cheese tikki is a wiser option for kids than other cheese laden snacks like pizza and burger. Make them for your little one when they come home hungry and this will surely feature in their menu time and again. Though some amount of potato is used in the cheesy broccoli tikki Indian starter, kids can gain in some fibre and antioxidants from broccoli and little protein from cheese. Remember not to make this cheesy delight an everyday fare. For health and taste check out our section of healthy kids recipes. Tips for cheese and broccoli tikki. 1. We have used processed cheese, but you can use a variety of cheese. 2. Broccoli can be replaced with grated cauliflower. 3. If you feel the tikkis are not binding well, then add 1 to 2 tbsp of oats. Enjoy cheese and broccoli tikki recipe | cheese broccoli cutlet | Indian broccoli cheese tikki | cheesy broccoli tikki Indian starter | with step by step photos.
Kand Tikki is a perfect recipe to try when you are bored of potato-based snacks. In a smart twist, this recipe enables you to use kand instead of potatoes to make tikkis, especially in the winter, when this root vegetable is in season and you can’t skip a visit to the market without buying some! The nutty taste of peanuts augments the rustic taste of kand, making this tikki all the more delicious. When making this tikki make sure the edges are smooth, otherwise, it might open up while frying. If you use rock salt or fasting salt instead of regular salt, this recipe also becomes fit to have on fasting days. Coriander gives a nice peppy touch to the tikki, but it is optional and can be avoided if you don’t want it. You can also try other kand recipes like Kand Stir-Fry and Kand Na Bhajiya .
Tikki chole is one of the most popular chaats in North India. One afternoon when I was left with the task of feeding my hungry grandchildren, I thought of making the most of what was available on my kitchen shelf. I then chanced upon this recipe which has today become very popular amongst my family and friends. It took some time to master the art of making crisp alu tikkis. I use old potatoes (which are commonly referred to as wafer potatoes) to make the tikkis crisp and a slice of soaked bread to not only bind the potatoes but also to make them more crunchy. The paneer filling for tikkis uses tomato purée which adds a sharp tangy taste to it. If you are one of those who would like to avoid deep frying tikkis (all of us think it a crime to eat deep fried food), you can shallow fry on a griddle (tava) using a little oil. Chole along with these tikkis makes a heavy snack. But you will enjoy the tikkis by themselves with a little green chutney.

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Top 10 Tikki Recipes
 on 05 Jul 17 02:47 PM
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On account of my son''s birthday, i have made Aloo tikki,paneer tikki with chole. Also made Khajur Imli ni Chutney by Tarla Mam for tikkis and Mushroom pizza also. All Chintu''s friends enjoyed the treat.