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Aloo tikki chat' An Indian Street Food'

Aloo tikki chat or stuffed potato cutlet with yogurt and chutneys. but Indian cuisine is incomplete without Indian street food and believe me these Indian chatkaras are so delicious that we can't resist without having them when ever we go out to the market .


Aloo Tikki Chat'An Indian street food'




 Ingredients Needed:

For the Stuffing



Boiled Potatoes - 2 medium
Boiled green peas - 1 cup
Cumin powder - 1 tsp
Green chili, finely chopped - 2 medium
Coriander leaves, chopped - 2 tbsp
Chat Masala - 1 -2 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil - deep frying.

For outer coating

Boiled potatoes - 4 medium
Bread crumbs as required
Corn flour - 2 tbsp
Salt to taste

How to make Aloo Tikki

In a bowl mash potatoes well using a fork. Add boiled peas , red chili,chat masala.
finely chopped chilies, cumin powder, coriander leaves, salt and mix well. Pinch into small balls .

In a bowl, mash potatoes and add bread crumbs, corn flour and salt in it make small balls and flat it to make disk out of it , now put masala balls in it and cover it properly with outer layer .

Heat oil and fry tikkies till crispy golden brown .

For the other ingredients needed for the Chaat

Green chutney
Tamerind Chutney
Sev (optional)
Kala Namak
Chaat Masala
Finely chopped onions
Chopped Coriander leaves

And chatpate chole ( chickpea curry) to accomplish aloo tikki

How to assemble the Aloo Tikki Chaat

In the serving plate, place the aloo tikkis, pour a teaspoon of green chutney, meetha chutney, Sprinkle kala namak, chaat masala, onions, next sprinkle the coriander leaves, finally with Sev.
And if you like actual tasty aloo tikki then top it with chatpate chole believe me this will give you original taste of street food .

Enjoy this weekend with your friends and serve aloo tikki chat with gol gappas or puchka and papri chat

Comments

mjaayka said…
wow!!!! looks yummy....mouthwatering

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