Sabudana Tikki Recipe

With the onset of the festive season and Navratri around the corner, we thought of sharing an interesting and easy snack recipe. Sabudana Tikki is a delicious as well as crispy delicacy, which can be prepared without putting in much efforts. This deep-fried Sago or Sabudana Tikki makes for a perfect tea-time delight. Made with soaked sago and mashed potatoes, this delicacy is mashed along with green chilies for making it bit spicy, this Navratri recipe will surely impress your loved ones. As this is a Navratri recipe, sendha namak or rock salt is used for making the Tikkis. To accentuate the taste you can also add peanuts as it adds a nice crunch to this scrumptious snack recipe. You can also make this delicious snack recipe on special occasions like kitty parties, office pot lucks and even on picnics and road trips. Sabudana Tikkis can be packed easily for road trips and picnics as it is non-messy. Pair this delicious tea-time recipe with hot piping cup of tea or coffee, and delve in the indulgent taste of this delight. Moreover, if you are observing the Navratri fasts then you can go for these easy vrat recipes that will keep you satiated for a long duration. Here are some interesting recipes such as samak rice idli,crispy sabudana vada, navratri special beetroot salad,navratri nariyal pag, sabudana khichdi to name a few.

  • 250 gm soaked sago
  • 1 boiled potato
  • 1/4 cup coriander leaves
  • 1/4 teaspoon red chilli powder
  • 1 cup refined oil
  • 2 large chopped green chilli
  • sendha namak as required
  • 1/4 cup crushed roasted peanuts
  • Step 1To make this scrumptious Navratri special recipe, soak sago (sabudana) in water for around 2 to 3 hours. When the sago has turned a little fluffy, drain the excess water and transfer the sago in a bowl.
  • Step 2Now to prepare the tikki mixture, take a big bowl and add the boiled potatoes in it. Mash them completely using your hands. Now add crushed roasted peanuts, chopped green chillies, coriander leaves, red chilli powder and sendha namak along with the drained sago.
  • Step 3Make small tikkis of this potato and sago mixture. The tikkis should not be soggy. Now take a pan and add oil in it. Heat it over moderate flame. Once the oil is sufficiently hot, carefully place the sago-potato tikkis in it and deep fry till they turn crispy and brown in colour.
  • Step 4Serve these hot and crispy tikkis with peanut chutney and beaten curd. You can also enjoy this delicious snack recipe with hot piping cup of tea or coffee. These Sabudana Tikkis are perfect for Navratri fasts.

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