Sunday, 4 March 2012

Radish(muli) leaf tikkis

Most of us discard the leaves of radish when we buy them.Many a times we get to see such fresh and beautiful leaves.So thought of making some innovative dish out of it.It is a starter and will be ideal as evening snack.You can also  layer them in between breads and pack them for tiffin boxes.


1.Radish leaves - 100gms(discard the long stems within the leaves)
2.Garlic chopped - 1tsp
3.Green chillies - 1tsp(chopped)
4.Roasted peanuts - 5tsp(Coarsely grounded)
5.Cumin seeds - 1tsp
6.Dry mango powder  (amchur) - 1tsp
7.Salt to taste
8.Refined oil for shallow frying
9.Chat masala - 1tsp
10.Radish,Red capsicum for decorating the plate
11.Boiled potatoes - 6nos(medium)


Heat 1tsp of oil in a frying pan.Add green chillies,cumin seeds,garlic.Fry till garlic changes brown in colour.Lower the flame and add radish leaves.Add salt and stir fry till they are cook and a little crispy.Keep aside.Now in a mixing bowl mash the boiled potatoes,add fried radish leaves, amchur powder,salt,peanuts.Mix them well and shape them in tikki form.Heat oil in a frying pan and shallow fry from both sides.Sprinkle some chat masala and serve hot with ketha chutney or any sauce.

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