Aloo Paneer Tikki is a great snack or breakfast option that is healthy and nutritious. These tikkis will surely delight your tastebuds. Make them when you crave some street chaat and for kids in their lunchboxes!
The humble potatoes and paneer are a favourite of most people. Combine them together and you will surely get a delectable dish. The same is with these Aloo Paneer Tikkis – you just can’t stop on one. I have given a twist to the regular recipe by using oats, instead of maida or refined flour. Oats add to the fibre content of these tikkis. To further increase the healthy quotient, I have also added fresh green peas.
If you have boiled potatoes in the fridge, the aloo paneer tikkis can be made in no time. You can also prepare the batter, shape the tikkis, and store them in the freezer. These tikkis can then be thawed and fried when required. Aloo Paneer Tikkis are a superb lunchbox option for your kids. Their high protein and carb content make them an absolutely healthy and satisfying meal.
Make these tikkis when you are craving for some yummy (or chatpata) food. Aloo Paneer Tikkis go well with green chutney, tamarind chutney, or tomato ketchup and a cup of steaming hot chai. Check out the detailed and step by step recipe with photos below.