Wednesday, 11 February 2015

How to make Sabudana Tikki Chaat

Recipe of Sabudana Tikki Chaat | Pearl Sago Tikki chaat

Sabudana Tikki chaat is a crunchy and yummy snack for breakfast. It comes from the northern part of India. This chaat is made from sabudana tikki and is quick and easy to make. This tikki chaat has beautiful flavors and aromatic spices of India. I have added Tamarind and Mint chutney in it to give it a sweet and tangy flavor. If you don't have these chutneys handy, you can add lemon, a pinch of crushed sugar and little tomato ketchup. Sabudana tikki can be deep fried, shallow fried or can be made on a tawa with few drops of oil. I have made these tikkis in less oil and have used olive oil. This chaat can be made in jiffy and is quiet filling. If you want to have something very delicious, sweet and tangy and which you can make quickly, then it is a perfect snack for you. It is eggless and vegan.

Sabudana tikki chaat,pearl sago,sabudana vada


Lets start with the recipe :


Preparation Time   Cooking time Total Time Yield
10 minutes10 minutes20 minutesServes 4 

Recipe Type : Breakfast, snacks
Cuisine : Indian 

Ingredients :
  • 1 cup sabudana/ Pearl Sago
  • 4 boiled potato
  • 2 chopped green chilly
  • 1 pinch of asafoetida (Hing)
  • Salt according to taste
  • 1 teaspoon chaat masala
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • Olive oil / refine oil
Ingredients for Sabudana Tikki Chaat
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 2 chopped green chillies(optional)
  • 1 chopped tomato
  • 1 teaspoon tamarind chutney
  • 1  teaspoon mint chutney
  • Salt according to taste
  • 1 teaspoon chaat masala
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 lemon
  • chopped coriander leaves for garnishing
Preparation for Sabudana Tikki :
  1. Soak sabudana overnight in 1 cup of water
  2. Take a bowl, add boiled mashed potatoes, green chilly and mix well  
  3. Add pepper, chaat masala, salt and mix all the ingredients
  4. Make 6 round balls of the mixture
  5. Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a non-stick pan
  6. Place tikkis one by one in the pan
  7. Cook it on medium flame
  8. When it turn golden brown from one side, flip it 
  9. Sprinkle some oil on it and let it cook from the other side
  10. When done, cook for 3 more minutes on low flame from both the sides
  11. Keep it aside
Preparation for Sabudana Tikki Chaat :
  1. Take 4 sabudana tikkis and break it into 4 pieces
  2. In a bowl, add broken tikkis, top it with onion, green chilly, tomato and chopped coriander leaves
  3. Add tamarind and mint chutney (If chutneys are not available, you can add more lemon, pinch of crushed sugar and some tomato ketchup)
  4. Add salt, pepper, chaat masala on the top and toss it well
  5. Serve hot
Note : 
  1. You can also deep fry or shallow fry the tikkis.
  2. Don't add lot of water while soaking sabudana in night, otherwise you will not get the required texture.
  3. You can also add chopped cucumber in this chaat
  4. If the chutneys are not available, you can substitute it with some more lemon, pinch of sugar crushed sugar and some tomato ketchup.
Sabudana tikki chaat,pearl sago,sabudana vada


30 comments:

  1. A crunchy umm..chat..with sabudhana..awesome

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  2. A crunchy umm..chat..with sabudhana..awesome

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  3. What a great idea... I am drooling already!! :)

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  4. so colourful yummy chaat!!!
    I want my bowl!!

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    1. Thanks puneet. I wish I could send you the whole bowl. :)

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  5. Sabudana tikki looks delicious Love to try it.

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  6. Sweet and tangy...I love the combination of flavours and it surely looks very tempting!

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    1. Thanks Angie...I am glad you like it. :)

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  7. Yum!! send me that bowl please:)

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  8. Nicely done it. looks so appealing to eyes.

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  9. It's only now taht i am exploring the world of sabudana. Apart from kheer and khichdi, I have not made anything else. So glad to come across your recipe. I love it!! It looks wonderful...who doesn't love these flavours and this kind of taste?!:)

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  10. Creative & interesting chaat.............must try on this mahashivratri.....ya but without onion.
    www.tastentips.blogspot.in

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  11. Appetizing and indulging chaat! So mouth-watering!:)

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  12. I want that plate now.. Such a mouthwatering crunchy chat..

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  13. cool would love to have for breakfast

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  14. Hello Ritu, this is one of my favourite of your dishes so far. So exotic and creative, I know a lot about Indian food but never heard of this recipe before. I am looking forward to trying this! ;-)

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  15. Great recipe! Just wondering the size/weight of the potatoes to use? Such variability here in Scotland, where I live. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you kellie for stopping by. I am glad you like it. You can use medium size potatoes for this recipe. Do share how it turned out if you give it a try. :)

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  16. this sounds like a great dish,colourful too....

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  17. This would be a nice hearty flavorful breakfast! :)

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  18. too good, i just liked it a lot... Sure to make sooner

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  19. Love these flavors, sweet and sour. This is my favorite kind of food.

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