Monday, October 24, 2011

Paalak Paneer Tikki


BM # 9   Day 2

Among Punjabi food we come across real heavy snacks ,which can easily pass of as meals in today's times.Tikkis  ,samosas and Pakoras are always on the hot list.Since I have already posted samosas I choose Tikkis for today’s theme.The ever so popular Palak Paneer from the Pujabi cuisine has been given a twist.Check out!!

Paalak Dough
500 gms............................ paalak
1boiled ..............................potato
2...........................................green chillies
1tsp.................................... ginger garlic paste
½ cup................................. bread crumbs salt to taste.

Stuffing
300 gms............................ grated paneer
2tbsp................................. corriander leaves
1...........................................green chilly
¼ tsp.................................. garam masala
¼ tsp.................................. red chilly pwd
Mint leaves(optional)
Salt to taste

Paalak Dough
Wash paalak and blanch it.
Grind it in a mixer after squeezing all the water.
Add boiled potato,bread crumbs chillies ,ginger garlic paste and salt.
Add this point make a small ball of this dough and fry.(test try)
This should not break.(in case it breaks add more bread crumbs)

Stuffing
Mix all ingredients under stuffing.
Make balls of this stuffing.

Making Tikki
Make a ball of the paalak dough.
Flatten it.
Place the paneer ball and cover it.
Flatten to form a tikki.
Deep fry.



These Tikkis are very filling ,and are loved by kids as well as adults.
Check out what my friends are cooking in this BM

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14 comments:

  1. Wow looks fantastic, seriously drooling over that tikkis.

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  2. Love the use of spinach .. nice tikkis.

    Vardhini
    Event: Halloween Fiesta

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  3. Great idea to use palak..can have tikkis anytime!

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  4. Love the tikkis' and all the mor because of spinach!!!!

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  5. Lovely Tikki. Too dark for my taste but I bet it tastes amazing!

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  6. The last pic is really yum.Would love to much this with a cup of tea...

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