Oats are loaded with dietary fiber (containing more than many other grains) and have a range of healthy cholesterol-lowering properties. Oats is one of the finest foods out there and if you are looking for some good foods that provide almost all kinds of physical and medical aids, then oats will be good for you.
Always Roast oats nicely to avoid stickiness.
keep tikki in fridge for 1 hour to more to firm them up or you can freeze then and fry whenever needed to serve.
Instead of shallow fry you can also deep fry this cutlets if making in large batch.
you can roll tikkis in oats too instead of bread crumbs.
you can always add vegetables of your choice.
Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Total Time (Minutes): 30
2 cup roasted oats
Salt as required
1/2 teaspoon garam masala powder
1 teaspoon chilli powder
1 teaspoon green chilli (crushed or paste)
Maida - 2 tbsp
Chopped boiled potato,paneer,carrot
Combine the roasted oats, potato, paneer, carrot, ginger, green chillies, garam masala, salt, chilli powder in a bowl.
Mix well and make small balls.Shape the balls of mixture into desired shapes
In a separate bowl , take all purpose flour (Maida) and mix with water to form a smooth batter.(Not Watery)
Dip tikki (cutlet) into maida mixture covering all sides quickly and then roll them in breadcrums. Do not keep tikki in maida mixture for long or it will absorb moisture, repeat for rest of tikkis.
Heat a pan or tawa add 1 to 2 tbsp oil and place 4 to 6 tikki (depends on your pan size), do not over crowd them and cook in slow to medium flame until golden brown, flip cutlets to another side add again 1 to 2 tbsp oil and cook until golden brown again, drain in kitchen tissue and do for remaining batch.