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Soy Tikki

Cutlets/Tikkis are a category of snacks that are often prepared as part of a Chaat dish. Instead of the traditional Alu tikki, I decided to try it with soy, to make it a little more protein-rich.

Ingredients:
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2 cups Soy Granules (Nutrela)
2 Potatoes (Cooked - I use microwave)

1 cup of Mixed vegetables (Green peas, Carrot, Green peas, corn etc) - I use the frozen veggies pack
Red Chilli powder
Coriander powder
Some oil for pan fry

Cilantro (finely chopped) - optional

Process:
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Cook the Soy Granules as per instructions from the manufacturer. Cook the potatoes and the mixed veggies. I just use the microwave for both. Drain water from soy granules/veggies. Mash the potatoes and add all ingredients. Mix it well. Make into lemon size balls and flatten with 2 hands to make the tikki. Heat a pan and apply some oil to it, and pan fry the tikkis. You could bake them too. Next time, i will bake them and post the temperature and time.

Makes about 15 medium sized tikkis. Serve hot with ketchup. May work as a healthy substitute for the pure potato tikki chaat.

This recipe goes to the WYF - Party Food Event hosted by EC @ Simple Indian Food.
This recipe also goes to the Sunday Snacks - Chaats/Indian Street Food edition that I am currently hosting.

7 comments:

Asha said...

Hi Pallavi, came here from DMC. Love your Cilantro rice. Soy, I still hesitant to use!:))
Enjoy the Super Bowl.

Pallavi said...

Thanks for visiting.. I have to confess ! I am have been reluctant to try soy too.. Finally, becoz all the "health talk" I decided to give it a chance before ruling it out completely.. But I am still pleasantly surprised everytime...

Rajitha said...

pallavi..liked the idea of adding soy to the tikki..and yep! would be great if baked :)...and about the WBB...you can submit this for sure..

DEEPA said...

wow!!great idea of adding soya in tikki ..awesome one

Ivy said...

They look great although I have never used soy before, just soy sauce.

Homecooked said...

Wow...these look delicious. Something different for me to try.

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