This vegetable tikki is a ready -in -a -jiffy preparation.All you need is some veggies and cheese.Tikkis taste great with chutneys and some healthy salads
Ingredients
Boiled potato-1 big
Grated carrot-1
Green peas boiled-1/2 cup
Processed cheese cube-1small
Dry mango powder(Aamchur-1 teaspoon(Optional)
Garlic-1clove
Green chilli-1
Chopped coriander leaves-2 teaspoons
Salt to taste
Cornflour-4 teaspoon
Oil-for shallow fry

Method
-In a mixer,add boiled green peas,garlic and green chilli.Grind it for 4 seconds.
-Take a big bowl and add boiled and mashed potatoes,grated cheese,green peas paste and all the above ingredients and mash well.
-Take a small portion of the mashed potatoes and veggies and make round balls.
-Gently press the balls to make flat tikkis.
-Heat and flat pan and add 2 teaspoons of oil.
-Now put 2to 3 tikkis on the pan and cook on medium heat.
-Turn the tikkis and cook on the other side too.If required add another teaspoon of oil .
-Once the tikkis are cooked and look nice and golden,take them out and serve hot with delicious chutneys
-You can also serve it with salads.
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