Sunday, 2 September 2012

Lets Prepare : Aloo Tikki (Potato Patties)

Its weekend and my Tummy wants some Yummy !! So let's prepare Aloo Tikkis or Potato Patties.
Aloo Tikkis are yummy Indian appetizers. These are one of the famous street food or chaat in India.
The sight of aloo tikki can make you hungry !!!

This ingredients makes 8-10 Tikkis
  • Boiled Potatoes (3 large) : Don't make it too mushy
  • Suji/Semolina 1tablespoon
  • Shredded Ginger 1tablespoon
  • Chaat Masala 1tablespoon
  • Cumin Powder 1tablespoon
  • Corn Flour
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil to fry
  • Lemon Juice
  • Mash the potatoes.
  • Mix Suji, Shredded ginger, Chaat masala, Cumin powder, Salt and lemon juice to it and make a dough.
  • Dont make it too mushy. If its too moist the tikkis will break while frying.
  • Adjust salt to taste.
  • When the dough is ready, with oiled hands make 8-10 medium sized round pieces.
  • Press each round piece between your palms to make it bit flat.Keep the tikkis about an inch 
  • Pat both sides of each tikki over the corn flour.So that the flour sticks to both the sides.
  • Heat oil in a flat bottom saucepan.
  • When oil is ready, fry the tikkis. Fry till both sides turn golden brown.
  • Add oil if required but donot deep fry the tikkis. They should be shallow fried.
  • Your tikkis are ready.
  • Serve them with ketchup or any chutney.
Next time when its raining and you are with your family or when you have a couple of guests or when you are alone and want to eat something yummy, boil some potatoes and prepare this easy and yummy Aloo Tikki !!! Trust me you will never regret :)


  1. Omg yummyyyy. Thanks for sharing hun :)

  2. Looks really made it sound so easy... Not very good in cooking so I shall only imagine how it taste like =)...

    1. thanks Angie....Even I am a learner in cooking, so whatever I cook is easy and you can always try it :)

  3. i am a potato freak! i can live just with potato! love the recipe! will try it out! but not familiar with Suji/Semolina...

    1. You can easily get Suji from any Indian store. Its a beige color powder. You can ask the sales person.

  4. Looks so yummy Appy! I might try this one:)thanks for sharing the recipes:)


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