We just love how varied Indian cuisine is; isn’t it? It offers a wide variety of dishes – each of which are unique it is own way. It is no different for the delectable desi snacks the cuisine offers. From samosas and pakoras to sev and gujiya – options are many, leaving us spoilt for choices. And if you explore in depth, you will also find that these snacks options vary from season to season. While summer offers snacks that are light and comforting, winter calls for all things rich, crunchy and delectable. One such popular option is corn-palak tikki. Sounds delicious; isn’t it? Here, the classic aloo tikki is given a winter-y makeover by adding the seasonal produce – palak (spinach) and corn – to it. Besides, this dish is super healthy too! Owing to the rich nutrient profile of both palak and corn, the dish loads you up with good amount of iron, protein, fibre and more.
Considering the popularity, we found an easy corn-palak tikki recipe for you. This dish is fuss-free and needs just 20 minutes to prepare. This particular corn-palak tikki recipe has been shared by food vlogger Ananya Banerjee on her YouTube channel (named Ananya Banerjee). Let’s take a look.
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Easy Snack Recipe: How To Make Corn-Palak Tikki:
- Take finely chopped spinach, onion, carrot and boiled corn in a bowl and mix.
- Add garlic cloves, cumin seeds, green chillies and salt.
- Then add turmeric powder, chilli flakes and give a final mix.
- When everything is mixed well, add soaked bread slice to it. Of course, squeeze the excess water.
- Add bread crumbs and bind everything well.
- Now, make small tikkis out of the mix.
- Heat oil in a pan and shallow fry (pan fry) the tikkis.
Serve it hot with some ketchup by the side.
Watch the complete recipe video of corn-palak tikki here:
Also Read: 7 Indian Tikki Recipes You Must Try At Home
Try this dish today and enjoy with your hot cup of evening tea. For more such snacks recipes, click here.
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