Thursday, 24 July 2014

Blackeyed Peas & Raw Banana Tikkis

Kids just love deep fried snacks,but however i tried to them bit away and feed mine often with healthy snacks. Whenever i plan for healthy snacks, i'll always stick to the steamed cooked snacks or pan fried snacks. Panfried snacks goes for less oil when compared with the deep fried ones. Since my kids arent big fans of protein rich beans, i'll try to add often those nutritious beans in our menu but i'll try to keep masking them with other ingredients.One among those trials is this black eyed peas and raw banana tikkis. Actually you can add more veggies and cooked potatoes instead of raw banana but i replaced vegetables and usual cooked mashed potatoes with cooked,mashed raw banana. Both mashed raw banana and pressure cooked blackeyed peas works wonder in this tikkis. Seriously none at home noticed the addition of the blackeyed peas eventhough the tikki looked bit dull in colour.Sending to Kids's Delight - Healthy Snack Box hosted by Harini,event by Srivalli n  to Pari's Only - Gluten Free Cooking.




Serve this nutritious rich tikkis simply with ketchup or a sweet chilly sauce, am sure your kids will definitely enjoy their snacks. If you would love to feed your kids with healthy stuffs like this, i'll suggest you to start feeding them as tikkis or as fillings in between a bread slice. Seriously this works prefect even with small kids, this is how i started feeding my kids with healthy stuffs in their meal.This week's blogging marathon is going to be healthy snacks for kids and hence am posting this super healthy very delicious tikkis.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#42. 


1cup Cooked Black eyed peas
1no Raw banana (cooked)
1no Onion(chopped finely)
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
3/4tsp Red chilly powder
3nos Bread slices
1/4cup Bread crumbs
1/4cup Corn flour
Salt
Oil
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)

Take the cooked beans and cooked raw banana pieces, mash everything nicely.

Heat few drops of oil and saute the chopped onions with garam masala powder, turmeric powder,salt and red chilly powder, add this spiced onions to the already mashed paste.

Soak the bread slices in water and press the soaked bread slices to squeeze out the excess of water with your palms.

Add this smashed bread slices and coriander leaves to the beans-raw banana paste..Mix everything well.

Make out small balls out of the beans-raw banana paste and flatten them with ur palms as any shape as desire.

Dip the cutlets in the cornflour paste, immediately roll them over the bread crumbs and keep aside.

Arrange them in fridge for an hour before pan frying the cutlets..

Heat oil for shallow frying in pan and fry the cutlets on both sides until they turns brown.

Serve hot with ketchup.

9 comments:

Manjula Bharath said...

wow lobia tikkis looks very tempting , can i grab some right now.. Super healthy and yummy tikkis aks :)

Srivalli said...

Wow that's so delicious..very nice..

Veena Theagarajan said...

so perfect snack Love to have it any time

vaishali sabnani said...

That is a wonderful combo for tikkis..they look nice and crunchy too.

Sona S said...

Wonderful combo, the tikkis looks delicious and healthy too.

prethika skm said...

looks yumm and oil less tikki...

Harini-Jaya R said...

That is a fantastic idea, I can probably shallow fry these as well, right?

Varadas Kitchen said...

What a great snack! The tikki looks very appetizing. Would never have guessed the ingredients.

Usha said...

Nice tikkis and like the shallow fry option