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Aloo Tikki 

Potato Patties 

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Aloo Tikkis are a great snack. They are almost like mini Hash browns.

This simple yet tasty potato snack can be made in just a few minutes and is worth the effort. Serve with your favorite chutney as an appetizer or kids love it with ketchup. Itís a great after school snack. Make the tikkis ahead of time and heat them in the microwave to serve up.

4 large Potatoes boiled, peeled and grated
3 tablespoons Corn flour
Salt to taste

Add the corn flour and salt to the grated potatoes and mix well. It is important that the mixture become dough like and not crumble. If the dough is crumbly then add more corn flour. 

Note: If corn flour is unavailable then you may substitute regular plain flour. 

Take 2 table spoons of the potato mixture and roll into a ball, flatten on the palm of your hand. Again, the dough should not crumble. 

Shallow fry the patties/"tikkis" over medium heat until golden brown and crisp on both sides. You may do this ahead of time. Place the tikkis on a non-stick pan and cover with foil. Heat at 275 degrees for 15 minutes before serving. 

Serve hot with Chole and mint chutney or tamarind chutney.

 

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