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Mar 16, 2013







One of north India's most loved snacks, the kheema aloo tikki is not just delicious but also easy to make! So get ready for this yummy snack recipe by seema!


    400 g chicken kheema or mutton mince
    4 boiled potatoes
    1 bowl bread crumbs
    1 egg for dipping
    1 tsp jeera powder
    1 tsp salt
    1 tsp chilli powder
    2 tbsp oil
    1 tsp garam masala
    3 green chillies diced
    3 heaped tbsp coriander leaves
    3 heaped tbsp garlic-ginger
    2 slices of bread
    1 lemon
    1/2 bowl of water


  • For the filling
  • Add the oil into the cooker
  • Add the garlic-ginger
  • Add the green chillies
  • TIP : After the garlic-ginger turns brown add in the kheema
  • Add the coriander leaves
  • Add the red chilli powder
  • Add the jeera powder
  • Add the salt
  • Add the garam masala
  • Add some more coriander leaves
  • Add a little water to cook for one whistle
  • Dry out the excess water
  • Add some coriander leaves
  • Add lime juice to make the tikki more tangy
  • Keep the kheema to cool
  • The 2 slices of bread must be soaked in water and squeezed completely dry
  • Add the potatoes to the dried bread
  • Add the coriander leaves
  • Add salt
  • Add a bit of garam masala
  • Bind it all together
  • Grease your palms a little to make the potato balls easily
  • Flatten the ball and make it slightly hollow
  • Add the filling
  • Seal the filling with the potato covering
  • Flatten the ball again and check all the sides to ensure that the filling is not spilling out
  • Dip into the egg
  • Add the bread crumbs
  • TIP : Ensure the bread crumbs coat the tikki well to make it crispy
  • Dust the excess bread crumbs and begin to fry
  • TIP : This does not take too much time to cook since the filling and potatoes are already cooked
  • Remove the tikkis once they turn brown and serve hot

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