Chickpea Patties Recipe | Chole Masala Tikki Recipe
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chickpeas soaked for at least 6 hours
green chili paste
chole masala powder
Salt to taste
boiled and mashed potatoes (250 gm)
corn flour for coating
oil for shallow frying
1. You need to boil the chickpea for 15 minutes. Or in pressure cooker, take chickpea and water and cook till 4-5 whistles.
2. In skillet, heat the oil, add minced garlic and sauté for half minutes. Then add chopped onion and give it a nice stir. Cook it for just half minute.
3. Then add ginger and chili paste, and cook until onion translucent. Then add tomato puree and cover the skillet with lid and cook for 2 minutes.
4. Then add boiled chickpea, salt and chole masala powder. Cool till you get aroma of all spices of masala powder. And switch of the flame.
5. Then using spatula, just roughly crush the chickpeas and let it cool for a while
6. Then add mashed potatoes and lots of cilantro or coriander into it. And mix it well.
7. Now make a pattice shape or any shape you may like. Coat the pattice with corn flour.
8. In a same skillet add the oil and shallow fry the patties till it get golden brown color from both the sides.
9. Serve with green chutney or tomato ketchup with some fresh salad.
1. To make green cilantro pesto (green chutney) take 1 cup cilantro, ¼ cup mint leaves, salt, pepper, 1 tbsp lime juice, 1 green chili, small piece of ginger(optional) into food processor and grind them till smooth paste
These chickpeapatties are nice meat-free twist on the classic burger. If you don't want patties to fall apart, you absolutely need to make a rough chop while processing( There are some more tips at the end of the post)
After the onion - beet mix cools , add to it mashed potato , green chilli , coriander leaves and all spice powder ( red chilli powder , jeera powder, garam masala powder , aamchoor , chat masala and salt )
Recipe Category. Cholemasala, chana masala or garbanzo beans curry is a typical Punjabi dish. This chole can be consumed with batura a kind of poori made with all purpose flour, but I prefer to have it with roti or chapati