Sunday, 2 March 2014

Karamani(Lobia) Palak Tikki

Black eyed beans are rich source of proteins and very healthy. Even though we have deep fried it in oil, you can shallow or stir fry. It tasted so good and makes a very healthy snack too.They call it as Thattai payiru also.

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Prep time:20 mins|Cook time:15 mins

Ingredients

Quantity

Karamani

1 cup

Palak leaves

10 leaves

Grated carrot

¼  cup

Moong dal(half boiled)

3 tbsp.

Fennel seeds

2 tsp.

Onion

1

Green chilli

1

Ginger

1”

Red chilli powder

1 tbsp

Garam masala

½ tsp

Hing

Pinch

Salt

To taste

Cilantro

2-3 tbsp.

Oil

For frying

Method
1.Soak the black eyed beans(karamani) and the moong dal  for sometime.. Transfer the beans with the water to a pressure cooker, add ¼ tsp. salt, close the lid and cook for 2 whistle. Once done, allow it to cool, remove the excess water .Blend the cooked karamani,half boiled moong dal,fennel seeds and green chillies to a coarse paste.
karamai tikki2. Take the ground coarse paste in a bowl; add grated carrot, chopped palak leaves ,onion, ginger,green  chilli,red chilli powder, garam masala, asafoetida, salt and coriander leaves and mix well.kara13. Make lemon size balls out of the prepare mixture and flatten in your palms. kara3-001 4. Heat little oil in a pan.Shallow fry the tikkis(take care not to burn the tikkis). karar-0015. Drain off the excess oil. and Serve hot with tomato sauce. It can be served as an evening snack with tea or as a side dish with rice and curry.

Notes

I also added a tbsp. of rava to add to the crispness. Tastes yumm!!!…It can be served with mint chutney too.

4 comments:

  1. Omg some thing new to me . loved it

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  2. Even its new to me.One of my son's friend mom shared her recipe to me.

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  3. this is really good... yum yum... love it!

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