Saturday, February 5, 2011

Spinach Tikki

1. 1big bunch spinach (blanched and finely chopped)
2. 1 cup bengal gram flour
3. 1/2 teaspoon chat masala
4. 1 teaspoon sugar (optional)
5. A Pinch of turmeric powder
6. 1 teaspoon green chili paste
7. Salt to taste
For Filling
1. 1/4 cup boiled sweet corns (coarsely crushed)
2. 1/2 cup grated mozzarella or any processed cheese
3. 1/2 tsp black pepper powder
4. 1 tablespoon chopped coriander
5. 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
6. Salt to taste
7. Butter or oil for shallow fry
1. Stem or boil spinach with less water, squeeze all water and dry the spinach.
2. Combine the spinach, chat masala, turmeric powder, chili paste, sugar and salt mix well.
3. Divide the spinach mixture into equal portions and keep aside.
4. Combine the corn, cheese, pepper, lime juice, coriander, salt and mix well.
5. Divide the filling into equal portions and keep aside.
6. Place a portion of the spinach mixture and spread a little, add the filling in between and seal the tikki by bringing the edges together at the centre.
7. Roll the tikkis on the bengal gram and coat them evenly from all the sides.
8. Shallow fry the tikkis till they turn golden brown from all the sides.
9. Serve with sauce or chutney.
Tips: In this tikki you can fill any of your favorite filling like green peas, sprout potato or paneer it's give variation. 
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Surekha said...

Hello Daksha,
I just happened to bump into your blog via one of my followers.
I love it !! I also have a vegetarian cooking blog. I started blogging in July of last year. Still learning...and have to go a long way. I just added it to my blog. My website is
Please check it out, if you like, you can add it to your list. Happy cooking and Happy Blogging. Surekha.

Manu said...

Hi Daksha

Your site is great! I LOVE Indian food and I will surely try these palak tikki: they look so yummy! I am very glad I found you on FoodBuzz!

Anonymous said...

@ Surekha Thanks for visiting my blog and your comments .i also like your blog space and sure i will add your blog in my list.

@Manuela Thanks for your comments ,Yes this Palak tikki is healthy snacks for kids you can try it. pls update me outcome. if you love indian food please do follow my blog .

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