Soya Aloo Tikki | Meal maker potato cutlet2016-03-24
- Cuisine: Indian
- Course: Snacks
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- Yield: 12
- Servings: 6
- Prep Time: 15m
- Cook Time: 20m
- Ready In: 20m
Soya Aloo Tikki | Meal maker potato cutlet
Delicious soya and potato tikki
Soya aloo tikki is very healthy and delicious North Indian starter. There are so many variation in tikki like aloo tikki,poha tikki,aloo paneer tikki etc… In all tikki recipes, the main ingredient is potato. Here I made tikki with aloo and soya granules. This is a perfect snack for kids. Hope you all will try this healthy soya aloo tikki recipe. You can check this link to know how to cook soya chunks. I have already tried some healthy and delicious soyachunks recipes like soya chunks curry,Soya manchurian,aloo soya tikki,soya manchurian dry with aloo and stuffed soya paratha with soya keema. Hope you all will like this recipes.
Other healthy cutlet recipes
Aloo paneer tikki (potato cottage cheese cutlet)
Aloo poha tikki(potato beaten rice cutlet)
Soya aloo tikki(meal maker potato cutlet)
Potato spinach rolls
black chana kabab(vegetarian shammi kabab)
Health benefits of Soya chunks | meal maker
Soya chunks are quick and easy to cook. Amazingly soya chunks have protein content equal to that of the meat and contain no fat. They are nutritious meat extender made from defatted soy flour, a by-product of extracting soybean oil. The protein or any other nutrient in granules and chunks is not lost on washing them or by throwing away the water in which they are soaked.
- Soya beans are an excellent source of high protein and fibrous food. After the extraction of soya milk, the soya chunks act as soya meal maker.
- 50% of the vegetable protein from the soya bean is a good fiber food enabling easy digestion and bowl movement.
- Soya Chunks contain 54.2 grams of protein, which exceeds the amount of protein found in meats, eggs, milk and wheat.
- Soy protein contains all the amino acids needed by the body, and is an excellent replacement for meat-based proteins.
- Soy is high in fiber, which is known to benefit cholesterol levels, and can indirectly lower cholesterol by replacing fatty animal proteins in the diet.
- Soy protein in general is rich in B vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids, which are thought to benefit many aspects of health.
- Soya Chunks contain 533 milligrams of calcium and 21.2 grams of iron. Whole soy foods also are a good source of fiber, B vitamins, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids.
How to make Aloo Soya Tikki
100g of soya granules
2 large sized potato
1 spn. of finely chopped ginger
1 spn. of finely chopped garlic
1 spn. of chopped green chillies
A handful of coriander leaves
1/8 spn. Of turmeric powder
¼ spn. Of chilli powder
1/4 spn. of chat masala
1 spn. of lemon juice
1 tbsp. of oats
Salt as required
Oil for fry
Cook potatoes and mash it (cook properly in order for them to mash smoothly). Keep aside
Wash and cook soya granules (Here is the link for How to cook soya chunks?)
Heat oil in a pan
Add chopped ginger and garlic. Saute till raw smell goes off.
Add finely chopped onion and green chillies. Fry till onion become translucent.
Add crushed soya granules and mix well.Fry for 1-2 minutes.
Add chopped coriander leaves,chilly powder,chat masala and turmeric powder. Saute for a while.
Add mashed potatoes and mix well.
Add salt and stir well for 1-2 minutes. Remove from fire and allow to cool.
Take small ball from the mix and make shape as you wish. Roll the tikki in oats (this is optional. You can directly shallow fry the tikki)
Heat oil in a non stick pan.
Shallow fry the tikki in oil till golden brown color