Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Aloo Tikki Sandwich


Much as I stay away from canned / preserved food, I came across this dehydrated aloo mash in the stores that is a real boon.
All you have to do is add water to rehydrate it and you have mashed aloo in minutes. Make stuffed parathas,tikkis, .... whatever.

Made some tikkis and and a fast breakfast sandwich. There was nothing else that I could add .... if you want to, you can add mayonnaise / ketchup or a little mustard sauce too.
I had grated in some carrot too.

Need : Mashed aloo, frozen / parboiled green peas, grated ginger, grated carrot, chopped green chillies, onion sliced in rounds, cucumber slices, tomato slices, salt and freshly ground black pepper, a little cooking oil / butter, bread slices.


How to : Add the chopped green chillies, ginger, salt and the peas to the aloo and mix well. Shape into small tikkis.

Heat a non stick tawa and roast the tikkis with just a little spray of oil.


Toast the bread slices till brown. You can apply butter on them if you want to.

Arrange a tikki and some onion, tomato and cucumber slices on a bread and sprinkle salt and black pepper.

Cover with another bread.


Done! Great with a hot cup of tea . :-)

9 comments:

  1. I saw aloo mash but never tried. Is it like the real thing? Looks the same. I too like tikkis in bread, with chhole etc!!

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  2. looks really delicious .. i love aloo tikki sandwich

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  3. whenever I am making tikki, I can stop eating the aloo makha.:) The sandwich looks delish!

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  4. looks pretty simple....will definitely try it!

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  5. Yes Sunshinemom, it is like the real thing. :-)

    Thanks Deesha! :-)

    Thanks Mandira! Aloo makha amaro khub bhalo lage. :-)

    Thanks Rakhee!Lemme know how it turns out. :-)

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  6. Never heard of dehydrated alu mash. But love alu tikkis. who doesn't?

    I am making them for my weekend party.. and in bulk. always steal & save some for lunch sandwiches.

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  7. Anon ... dehydrated aloo mash is available off the shelves in any dept store. Hope your party is a success. :-)

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  8. Hi Sharmila,
    Made the aloo tikki sandwitches for sunday breakfast...maybe i had put a little more water in the aloo mash..so my tikkis were not as round and nicely shaped as yours...but believe me..the taste was amazing!!Hubby loved it! A big thank you to u my dear for such an easy n tasty recipe.

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  9. Am so glad you tried and liked it Rakhee. :-)
    Am sure they will turn out in perfect shape the next time. :-)

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