Aloo Tikki: Mouth Watering Potato Cutlets or Croquettes.

Say ‘Chaat’ and the first item that comes to mind is the Aloo tikki. The ubiquitous aloo tikki is a north Indian snack made of boiled potatoes and various spices. Aloo means potato, and the word tikki means a small cutlet or croquette. It’s sold in almost every chaat shop or stall right from Delhi to Mumbai. It is served hot along with tamarind and coriander-mint chutney  or simply with good ol’ ketchup.


•    2 large boiled potatoes
•    2 slices of bread
•    Salt
•    1 tsp Cumin powder
•    Few sprigs of coriander leaves
•    2 tbsp oil


•    Hold the bread slices under water for 2 seconds, squeeze well and keep it aside
•    In a vessel, mix together the potatoes, bread, salt, cumin powder and coriander leaves and mash well.
•    Make equal sized balls of the mixture and flatten it
•    Heat a skillet; pour some oil and shallow fry the patties till both sides are golden brown.
•    Serve hot with chutney/ ketchup

Preparation time: 30 minutes

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