Aloo tikki chaatby Shaheen Ali

Aloo tikki chaatby Shaheen Ali
  • Aloo tikki chaat | How To Make Aloo tikki chaat (220 likes)

  • By Shaheen Ali|
    Last updated on Feb 22nd

How To Make Aloo tikki chaat

Aloo Tikki Chaat is the name of a street food item made in North India and Pakistan. It is prepared by fried potato patties accompanied and brought together with yellow peas curry and garnished with spices, tamarind dip, curd and lots of onion and coriander. It can be served as a snack, a side dish or a light meal. This tongue tickling street food is a favorite of almost every Indian of any part of the country.In different regions the Chaat is called by different names... but the taste remains the same. North India specially Delhi is famous for it's Aloo tikki chaat. Even some regions in Uttar Pradesh serves some amazing chaat varieties. Though there are many varieties of chaat served in India but the common favorite and the most popular chaat that can be found at the corner of every street is Aloo tikki chaat.

  • Prep Time30mins
  • Cook Time15mins
  • Serves4People

Key ingredients for Aloo tikki chaat

  • How to make Garam Masala

Ingredients to make Aloo tikki chaat

  • Boiled potatoes - 5 medium
  • Red Chili powder - 1 tsp
  • Cumin powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Garam masala - 1/2 tsp
  • Salt - as needed
  • Oil - for shallow frying
  • Yellow peas curry - 2 cups
  • Taramrind chutney - 5-6 tbsp
  • Curd - 1 cup
  • Onion - 2 chopped
  • Green chilies - 2 chopped
  • Coriander - 1/2 cup chopped
  • Bhujiya sev - handful (i used Haldiram Bhujiya Sev)
  • Roasted zeera powder - 2 tbsp
  • Red Chili powder - 1 tsp
  • Chaat masala - 1 tsp

Steps to make Aloo tikki chaat

  1. For making Aloo Tikki : Peal and mash the boiled potatoes and add salt, red chili powder, zeera powder and garam masala and mix all together.
  2. Heat a non stick tawa and grease it with few drops of oil.
  3. Make flat tikkis and fry them from both sides till dark brown in color. Add oil from sides while frying.
  4. Transfer the tikkis on a kitchen towel to absorb excess oil and keep aside.
  5. Take a plate or bowl in which you want to serve the chaat and add two spoons of yellow peas curry and spread well.
  6. Place 2 or 3 aloo tikkis on it (as per choice) and sprinkle curd and tamarind chutney as per personal preference.
  7. Now add handful of chopped onions, coriander and some chopped green chilies.
  8. prinkle lots of sev on top with little salt, red chili powder (if needed) and roasted cumin powder and chaat masala. You can adjust the toppings as per your requirement.
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    Zohra Siddiqui 12 days ago


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    Ishita Halder 2 months ago

    I just love it.

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    Megha Sharma 9 months ago

    can we add bread or ararot for making crispy aaloo tikki

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    Kanan Rastogi 10 months ago


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    Shaheen Ali 10 months ago

    Yes Yasmin. sorry mujhe pata nhi tha ki isko ragda bhi boltey hain. but u got it correct.

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    Yasmin Bharmal 10 months ago

    I think it's yellow peas curry means ragda....the one that we eat in ragda pattis

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    Shaheen Ali 10 months ago

    Thanks for the input Saeish. I'll try making it more appealing next time :blush:

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    Shaheen Ali 10 months ago

    Kannan dear yellow peas matlab sukhe hue peeley mutter.

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    Shaheen Ali 10 months ago

    Yasmin yellow peas are sukhe hue peeley mutter

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    Shaheen Ali 10 months ago

    That's a brilliant addition Rashmi :relaxed:

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    Rashmi Sharma a year ago

    I use to make it always.... .I add oats too it's become healthy and yummy

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    Yasmin Bharmal a year ago

    what is yellow peas curry?

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    Kanan Rastogi a year ago

    aapne yellow peas cuury likha hai.kya hai yah samjh nahi aaya.please batay

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    Saiesh Naik a year ago

    Good but not so much

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