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Friday, April 15, 2022

Jimikand Aur Akhrot Ki Tikki Chat




As I was at my ancestral home after a very long time, I was really occupied with lots of work and was unable to spare a time for posting my this month's A to Z recipe Challenge, J letter for this month's challenge for which I have choose Jimikand 
Today I'm posting my recipe for Jimikand and akhrot ki tikki chaat which is quite simple to aalo ki tikki chaat.


Ingredients:-
  1. Jimikand 1/2  kg
  2. Amchoor slices 4 pieces 
  3. Akhroot/ walnut 50 gm
  4. Salt to taste 
  5. Chopped green chili 1tbsp
  6. Chopped onions 2 tbsp 
  7. Chopped ginger 1tsp
  8. Chopped coriander leaves 2tbsp
  9. Red chilli powder 2tsp
  10. Coriander powder 1tsp
  11. Chat masala powder 2tsp
  12. Lemon juice 2tsp
  13. Raisins 2tsp
  14. Cornflour 2tsp
  15. Oil for frying 

For serving:- 
  1. Tamarind chutney 
  2. Green chutney 
  3. Sweetened curd 
  4. Roasted cumin powder 
  5. Red chilli powder 
  6. Black salt 
  7. Roasted coriander powder 
  8. Coriander leaves 

Recipe procedur:- 
  1. Peel and wash the jimikand, mix salt and keep it for 1 hours. 
  2. Chop the walnuts. 
  3. Now boil the jimikand with amchoor slices until it becomes soft. 
  4. Now drain all the water. 
  5. Mix all the ingredients, instead of oil
  6. Make tikki and shallow fry them until golden and crisp. 
  7. Take a serving bowl put the tikki sprinkle some black salt,  chutney,  tamarind chutney, cumin powder, red chilli powder  and curd .
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Note:- 
boiling jimikand with amchoor slices to avoid itchiness.



6 comments:

  1. Such a delicious and easy to make recipe. I love jimikand and my mum use to make farali tikki with them. Will be definitely trying out your recipe, as soon as I get some jimikand.

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  2. Lovely. I love adding walnuts in my dishes too. I had tried out the non veg version of the same with chicken. This is a nice vegetarian option.

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  3. As always loved your recipe. Quite easy to make and so delicious. Would try it out soon. Can we boil the jimikand with some tamarind or kokum, if we'd ont have amchoor slices?

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  4. This looks so good, Hem aunty! Give me a big bowl and I'll finish it all by myself 😊 Your recipe always interesting and easy to make. Loved the addition of walnuts, to give more crunch in it. YUMM!!

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  5. I like the idea of the tikki with sweetened curd. The tikki is succulent and the akrot lends a nutty flavour to it, love it.

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  6. This Jimikand tikki sounds so innovative. You never fail to impress me with your amazing traditional recipes . I will definitely try this one. Looks so tempting .

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