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7 Steps to make Sweet Corn Aaloo Tikki


Required Ingredients :

  1. Potato-2 (Big Size)
  2. Sweet Corn (1 cup)
  3. Red-chilli-powder(3 tsp)
  4. Cooking oil(6-7 sp)
  5. asafoetida(2 pinch)
  6. Turmeric powder (1 tsp)
  7. Salt(accord.requirement)
  8. Cooking oil (As required)

Cooking method :

Step 1

Peel the Potato skin and rinse them nicely in water and clean them well.
After that Boil the potato with adequate water in a bowl.

Step 2

When the potato is boiled well and good,mash the potato with your
hand or using a spoon until it is completely mashed.


Step 3

Take the mashed potato in a bowl (yeah the same bowl)and add 3
teaspoon of Red chilli powder,Salt as required by you,a pinch of
Asafoetida and little turmeric powder.


Step 4

Mix the added ingredients with mashed potato nice and good until the
mashed potato completely picks up the colour of the Red-Chillipowder
and the smell of asofoetida.Now add the Sweet corns with mixed
ingredient and mix the mashed potato again until the corns sticks with
the potato.


Step 5

Now take the mashed-mixed potato content and shape it like a cookie
or anything that suits you with your hand and pat it, flatten it nicely
(Make as many that you might require )Please do it with smaller amount
of mashed potato as bigger they are,they might break up into pieces
and chunks (well if your okay with that, no problem)


Step 6
(Heat up the vessel with cooking Oil)
Now Take the round cookie shaped Tikkies(Mashed potato mix)
and place it in a vessel with considerable cooking oil to fry the Tikkis
(possibly Tikkies should be swimming in the vessel full of hot cooking


Step 7
Now the tikkis should be fried until it turns golden brownish in colour Image

Sweet Corn Aaloo Tikki is ready to serve !

Note: you can use raw onion and mint leaves for garnishing

Images Courtesy : Google Images

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2 thoughts on “7 Steps to make Sweet Corn Aaloo Tikki

  1. What a simple, well narrated and straightforward recipe. I would substitute some of the chillies with paprika. I’m not really a chilli eating person. Never developed a palate for it!!! Thanks for sharing and thanks for visiting my blog.

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