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Potato Burger Patti- Aloo tikki Patti

Healthy food is what everyone is in search of these days, many people think that they cannot prepare food for themselves because of lack of time or they are unaware of easy recipes or last but not the least they are lazy. So, many of them who are working rush for the fast food centers and load their stomach with lots of calories, I do not say that loading the body with the calories is bad but, I say that whenever you eat stay cautious about what you are eating and what it does to you. If , you could give a little time you can make these wonderful patties at home in no time and refrigerate them and use daily. I do not say that they are very healthy but I can definitely say that they are much healthier than the one you buy in the market and also when you make yourself you know what is there in the food that you eat and what it does to you.

So, friends stop going to the fast food centers and try to practice these simple recipes at home, then you can notice the big difference in taste and you can save some money too!

For making 3 large patties
one large boiled potato pealed
Spring onion finely chopped-2tbsp
cumin seeds-1/2tbsp
red chili powder- to taste
ginger garlic paste-1/2tbsp
salt to taste
Chat masala-1/2 tbsp (Optional)
Coriander poser-1/2tbsp (optional)
Lemon juice-2tbsp
Gram flour (senega pindi)-3tbsp

Mash the potato and keep aside. Heat 1tbsp of oil in a pan and add cumin seeds, when they start splattering add spring onions and saute them till they are soft. Then add ginger garlic paste and saute till the raw flavor vanishes (be careful the paste will splatter all over). Turn off the flame and  add turmeric,salt, red chili powder, chat masala, coriander powder and mix well. When the mixture gets cool down mix mashed potato, 1tbsp of gram flour and lemon juice. Divide the mixture in to 3 equal portions and make each portion in to ball shape and flatten it like a Patti. You can use the cutting board to flatten it, so that it remain smooth on all sides. Dust with gram flour all over.  When the patties are ready, heat 1tbsp of oil in a pan and fry the patties on both sides till they turn golden brown. This will add texture and crispness to the Patti. Arrange these patties in the burger bun and serve with the vegetables you like. You can pack this burger in the zip lock bag and take it to the work place. You can store these patties for 3days in the refrigerator and 7 days in the freezer. 

I hope you like my recipe and please come back again for more wonderful recipes.


  1. Yummy patties. Nice clicks...

  2. Yum and nice patties

  3. Love aloo tikki,healthy and delicious.

  4. Delicious and flavorful patties..

  5. aloo tikki all time fav ...yours are too tempting....!

  6. yummy patties..

  7. Aloo tikki tempts me a lot, yummy & mouthwatering.

    today's recipe:

  8. thank you for the lovely comments :)

  9. Delicious and delectable patties :)

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  11. very healthy n so tempting

  12. Tasty aloo tikkis! Wonderful snaps!

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