Aloo tikki, the Indian variant of a potato patty, is the famous Indian finger food made with 80% potatoes, 10% vegetables, and 10% spices.
Typically cooked in a shallow pan, aloo tikkis are a wonderful comfort dish, especially when served with chutneys, yogurt, sauces and/or gravies.
Why would you fall in love with Aloo Tikki?
Aloo Tikki is a chameleon!
Firstly, it is loved for its results of merging with any dish at any time, for example, a patty in a burger or in a chaat dipped into yogurt and chutney.
Second, aloo tikkis can be fried in oil or air-fired, which is an excellent alternative.
Is Aloo Tikki something that can be made ahead of time, or is it something that can be ready to fry?
Yes, you can do it both ways!
If you are making them ahead of time, you simply boil the potatoes, then mix the veggies and shape them into patties and fry them. Or simply, bring home Hungritos Ready to Fry Aloo Tikkis!