Tikki Sandwich

Yes!!! Aloo Tikki is the filling for this delicious sandwich. And....... it is neither deep fried nor shallow fried!

Aloo Tikki is made protein rich with the addition of home-made low fat paneer; and the addition of corn/peas makes it colourful and nutritious. Combine the tikki with multi grain bread, tomato sauce and green chutney. Yummmmmm!!!!!
Aloo Tikki Sandwich
For Tikki:
1 Potato
1/4 cup Green Peas (OR) Sweet Corn
2 Tbsp Paneer*
1 tsp Oil
1/4 tsp Jeera
1 Gr. Chili, minced
1 Tbsp Mint leaves, minced
1/2 tsp Lemon Juice
Salt to taste
For Sandwich:
4 Multi grain Bread slices
2 tsp Butter
2 tsp Tomato Sauce
2 tsp Green Chutney
4 Tbsp finely grated Carrots
For Tikki:
Boil and mash the potatoes when hot.
Boil the green Peas or Corn.
Heat oil in a Kadai and splutter Jeera. Then, add the chillies and corn. Saute. Mix in all the other ingredients, mash lightly and saute for 2 minutes. Cool and shape into 2 Tikkis.
To assemble the Sandwich:
Cut the bread slices into rounds (optional). Butter lightly.
Spread Green chutney on 2 slices and Tomato sauce on the other 2 slices.
Place a tikki on the chutney, top with half the grated carrots and cover with the other (tomato sauce on the inside) slice. Press down lightly. Serve.
Paneer* - Bring 1 cup of milk to a boil. Simmer and add lemon juice in drops. Stop adding the lemon juice once it starts curdling. Boil for 1 minute. Strain into a muslin cloth. Use after the whey has drained out fully.


Priya Sreeram said…
lovely--drooling here !
Devi said…
Hi athai... tried the tikki sandwich. Came out so good :).. delicious!!

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