Monday, January 19, 2009



Haaa!!!!Its been a long time that I really missed (my blog)all your colorful ,mouthwatering dishes and your wonderful,encouraging words.It ofcourse is a long break that i enjoyed most, as we made a 15-day trip to the East-Coast for the Christmas-New year Break.Though the season wasnt right to roam around the country it indeed has the most beautiful days in our lives.After getting back to LA i cought hold of Severe Cold.It took me almost 10 days to recover and now am pretty fine.Since am back lets make this year a lot more vibrant!!!Hey Guys missed to wish you all a Happy New Year 2009 and Happy Pongal.


Potatoes----------------------------3 big ones

Peas--------------------------------1/4 cup

Red Onion finely chopped--------1/4 cup(optional)

Chopped Mint&Cilantro----------1 tsp each finely

Green chillies chopped-----------2-3

Chaat masala,Garam masala-----1/2 tsp each

Red chilli powder----------------1/4 tsp or more

Ginger-Garlic paste--------------1 tsp

Dried Mango Powder------------1/4 tsp

Cumin Powder-------------------1/2 tsp

Bread Crumbs-------------------Enough to coat

Salt------------------------------to taste

Oil-------------------------------For shallow frying


1.Boil the potatoes till thoroughly cooked and peel,grate them.

2.Add the rest of the ingredients except bread crumbs , oil and mix well.

3.Make small balls and flatten them and make any shapes as you wish.

4.Take bread crumbs in a small plate and roll them over to coat the patties on all sides with them.

5.Heat oil ina pan and fry the flattened balls on both sides till golden brown.

6..Enjoy hot with any mild flavoured sauce.


Smitha said...

Aloo tikki... i love it. Looks yum

Happy cook said...

Tikki looks yummy.
Goof to hear that you are feeling better now.

DEESHA said...

Hi Raaji, I was wondering where you were, @ 1st I though you had a trip to India, Glad to have you back. aloo tikki looks amazing. lovely click .. Missed your lovely recipes.. Happy new year to you too.

Yasmeen said...

Good to see you back with crispy mouth-watering aloo tikki.Must have been a joyful fortnight of adventures for you,east coast is chilling ,you must be glad to be back in LA.Wonderful new year wishes to you too:)

Laavanya said...

Good to see you again Raaji. Best wishes for the new year. The tikkis look awesome.

Uma said...

Welcome back Raaji! A very happy new year to and your family too! Aloo tikki looks so mouth-watering! Take care!

Priti said...

Looks mouth watering Raaji...Wish you Happy New Year and Happy Pongal too.....

Jaishree said...

Nice to c u back Raaji.Tikkis look awesome.Happy new year to you too...


I tried this once from my handwritten cookbook sometime back,and i forgot after that,thanks for reminding me...looks awesome!
Glad that you are back Raaji:)

Cham said...

Good to see you , the tikki looks perfect

Suma Rajesh said...

hey raaji...h r u?..aloo tikki looks mouthwatering nd presentation is too gud..

Shreya said...

the tikki looks awesome:-) Great to know about your trip. Happy New Year:-)

Neha said...

Hi Raaji,
Tikki is simply superb. Looks yummy

Uj said...

Tikki looks yummy.. would love to have it with a dash of tomato ketchup