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Sunday, April 12, 2009
This is one of the easiest appetizers. And if you are going to make burgers out of these patties, I call it as easier version of making burgers.
Recipe Source: Show Me The Curry.
Makes: 7 Burger Patties and 7 Aloo Tikkis
Potatoes --- 7 medium size
Salt --- to taste
Green Chillies --- 6 very small
Onion --- 1/2 of the big one
Cumin Seeds --- 1 tsp
Amchur (Dry Mango Powder) --- 1/2 tsp
Dried Fenugreek Leaves --- 2 tblsn
Chaat Masala --- 1 tsp
Coriander Leaves --- 10-15 springs
Bread Crumbs --- for coating
Oil --- for shallow fry
Boil, Peel and Grate Potatoes.
Add enough salt, 1 tsp of chaat masala, dried fenugreek seeds by pressing them with your palms.
Dry roast a tsp of cumin powder and make a fine powder with the help of mortar and pestle.
Chop 10-15 coriander leaves and add them too the potatoes.
Chop 6 little green chilies finely and them to the potatoes.
Chop 1/2 of the big onion into fine pieces and add them to the potatoes.
Mix all the above ingredients.
Grease your palms.
Make small balls and press them gently with your palms to make tikkies.
If you going to make burger patties make the balls big and press them gently with your palms.
Coat bread crumbs both the sides of the patties.
Shallow fry in oil.
The upper part of the tikkies are crunchy and the inside it will be soft.
Have it with tomato ketchup and enjoy.
If you going to make burger, put lettuce leaf on the bottom part of the burger bun. Place the fried patty on the top of the lettuce.
Add Ranch sauce and tomato ketchup as dressing.
Place tomato and cucumber slices.
And finally place the upper part of the burger bun.
NNNjoy the taste of it.
For more clarity watch this video: