Singhara Flour Tikki is an amazing and delicious dish which has unusual crunchiness because of til. Chestnut or Singhara flour Tikki is cooked in several parts of the India which is served with curd or common green chutney.
Singhara flour Tikki provides energy to our body as it contains- chestnut, potato, and peanuts, that means all rich in carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins. Peanuts are the main source of taste, put into dishes to make it delicious. You can add Singhara Atta Tikki in upvas food list for this Navratri.
Cuisine: Indian Fasting Recipe– Singhara Flour Tikki Recipe
Preparing Time: 20 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Serving – 2
Ingredient for Singhara Flour Tikki
- 1 Cup Singhara Flour
- 1 Medium Potato boiled and mashed
- ½ cup Peanuts roasted and crushed
- 3-4 Green chilli finely chopped
- 3 Teaspoon sesame seeds (Til) Roasted
- Salt as per taste
- Coriander leaves finely chopped
- Oil for shallow fry
Method of cooking Singhara Flour Tikki
- Take a mixing bowl add Singhara aata, mashed potato, crushed peanuts, sesame seeds, green chill, salt, coriander leaves and add one teaspoon oil
- Mix well, if not required do not add water and make a soft dough to make Tikki.
- Divide the mix into equal lemon ball then make Tikki, if require use some dry singhara flour for dusting.
- Keep these Tikki in the fridge for about 10 minutes.
- Take oil in a shallow fry pan on medium flame, once heated add Tikki, fry 2-3 Tikki at a time to make sure that Tikki do not break.
- Shallow fry it both the side till it gets brown and crispy with low flame.
- Serve these Tikki hot with curd, tomato sauce or mint chutney.
Note: This Tikki can be used in fasting as well, by changing some ingredients. Like sesame seeds, we can remove and use sendha namak in place of normal salt.
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