Tikki’s are one of the most delicious and loved street food in North India. Let’s add some twist to the tikkis this festive season, and enjoy their same taste but with loads of nutrition.
Sound fantastically delicious!
This Tikki is jam-packed with the goodness of lots of fiber, protein, essential vitamins, and minerals.
But most importantly it is enriched with flavors and such an amazing taste.
- Aids in weight loss and management.
- Helps in lowering cholesterol levels.
- May help lower blood sugar levels.
- Rich in immune-boosting antioxidants.
- May promote digestion and gut health.
|Roasted peanuts||1/4 cup|
|Rice flour||1/2 cup|
|Chili flakes||As required.|
|Coriander powder||As required.|
|Dried herbs||As required.|
|Dried mango powder (Amchur powder)||As required.|
- Chop the onions and transfer them to a bowl.
- Add chopped potato, fresh coriander leaves, chili flakes, dried herbs, dried mango powder, salt, turmeric, and rice flour in the bowl.
- Grind the roasted peanuts in a grinder or blender.
- Transfer it to the bowl and mix well.
- Add some water and mix again.
- Take out small portions and roll them in the shape of cutlets with the help of hands.
- Shallow fry the cutlets in the pan, and cook until they are golden brown on both sides.
- Serve them warm with any favorite dip of your choice.
- Coriander is enriched with the goodness of Vitamin A, C, K, iron, and calcium.
- Peanuts are rich in fiber, protein, fat, magnesium, folate, vitamin E, copper and arginine.
- Veggies including potato, onion, etc. are an excellent source of fiber, and many essential vitamins and minerals.
- Rice flour is rich in calcium, protein, fiber, niacin, thiamin etc.
|740 Kcal||127 g||20 g||19.9 g|
Calories: 60 Kcal/serve
Enjoy these tempting and mouth-watering “Healthy crispy pyaza tikki”.