Monday, June 17, 2013

OATS TIKKI RECIPE | OATS RECIPES | OATS TIKKI WITH MOONG DAL


I have a pack of Oats and i wanted to try out something new recipe with Oats, other than the Oats Upma and Oats Idli . I came across this recipe of Oats recipe , a healthy and diabetic friendly recipe snacks with oats. Try out this easy and tasty oats tikki which i adapted from Tarla Dalal’s cookbook.
Oats tikki
INGREDIENTS: YIELDS 11 TIKKIS
QUICK COOKING OATS 1/2 CUP + 1/4 CUP
YELLOW MOONG DAL 1/3 CUP
ONION 1
CARROT 1
GARAM MASALA 1/4 TSP
RED CHILLI POWDER 1/4 TSP
CORIANDER LEAVES FEW
OIL 3-4 TBLSP
MILK 2-3 TBLSP
SALT TO TASTE
Oats tikki
METHOD:
  • Dry roast the  1/2 cup of Oats  in a pan for 5 minutes, without getting it burnt.
  • When it is cool make into a fine powder.
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  • Cook the yellow moong dal till it becomes soft. No need to pressure cook it. If you soak it for 10 minutes in water and cook in open flame it will be done in 10 minutes.
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  • Drain the excess water and allow this to cool.
  • Grind the moong dal coarsely without adding any water.
  • Put this to a wide bowl and add the oats powder, finely chopped onion, grated carrot,coriander leaves, red chilli powder,garam masala and salt.
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  • Combine this nicely and make it into small tikkis.
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  • Dip this in milk and roll in the dry oats (1/4 cup which is mentioned in the ingredient list).Coarsely grind this before using.
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  • Place this on a tawa and cook it by adding little oil on both sides till it becomes golden brown.
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  • If you wish to deep fry also can do it.
  • Serve it hot with  green chutney.
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Note:
  • While grinding the moong dal ensure that it doesn’t have water in it.
  • Instead of moong dal you can add boiled potato too.
  • Finely chopped capsicum, cabbage , corn kernels can be added to the tikkis.
  • I used the rolled oats, you can use the quick cooking oats too.
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38 comments:

  1. wow brilliant stuff love it..

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  2. Yum it looks ...perfectly done ...Nice pics

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  3. Nice n healthy recipe..gud one jey

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  4. like ur idea of placing the size tape on side jey! it is certainly a healthy and low fat recipe! great idea!

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    1. Lavi , actually Varun was playing with this inch tape and i was clicking the pictures in the next room. when i came out to take spoon, suddenly oru bulb in my mind. so asked him for that inch tape and used it as a prop!!

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  5. healthy and tasty recipe Jey. Love it!

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  6. love how crunchy that looks!

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  7. super healthy....more with oats and toasting

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  8. Ha, the inch tape near the tikki is a good reminder!! I will of course, replace moong dal with boiled potatoes, dip it in maida+water paste and deep fry the whole thing!! ;)

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  9. delicious and healthy tikkis

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  10. good to see u didn't use the potato and took moong dal as a binding agent!! def i am going to try !

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  11. Woww.. healthy and tempting tikki.. looks great !!

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  12. Wow very tempting snacks...too gud!!!

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  13. very tempting and exterelemy healthy too. i liked your other options to add potatoes, other veggies. gud post, dear. bookmarked. do drop by my blogs too when you get the time :)

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  14. awesome recipe..healthy way to eat tikki's...

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  15. healthy recipe's out there :-)

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  16. Lovely healthy tikki..love the idea of using oats :)

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  17. Very tempting and looks crispy...

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  18. I tried it today for my hubby it was simply yummy and my hubby loved it soo much.. Thanks jeyashree, I try most of your recipes it's always a hit!

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  19. I tried it today for my hubby it was simply yummy and my hubby loved it soo much.. Thanks jeyashree, I try most of your recipes it's always a hit!

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  20. looks nice and crispy!

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  21. Healthy and delicious tikkis..

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  22. Excellent tikkis,i do quite often.

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  23. Very healthy tikkis, especially without the regular potatoes..

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  24. Your site is just amazing!! I made this oats tikki yesterday and it came out very well. Thank you for sending such healthy and excellent receipes.

    Shyamala Lakshmanan

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  25. What a healthy tasty recipe...love anything with oats

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  26. I m regular visitor of your blog and tried few of recipes. Really a very useful blog. I tried this recipe with Masala oats so there was no need of garam masala for me. Also i m thinking to use this balls as stuffing for paratha. In that way we can incorporate veggie, dal, oats n atta a wholesome lunch box meal for the kids!

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  27. i made it in home..its realy awsme..i love al your recipes..thankful to u..

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  28. Tasted this at friend's place..The taste was good.I will try this soon.

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  29. should we dry roast the oats which we dust for tikkis?
    shall we prepare the tikkis and refrigirate (by placing the tikkis in a plate and cover them with a plastic cover) and toast them when needed.

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    1. No need to dry roast the one which we use for dusting. And you can make it and toast it when needed

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  30. Tikkis without Aloo .... Sounds Interesting :) May be some grated beetroot would make it more colourful ..

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  31. I tried this recipe. It was quick and simple. My husband who doesn't like oats, liked this tikki. Thanks.

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