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Friday, December 19, 2014

Turnip and Potato Tikkis | Cutlets

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So I love ragda pattice and once a month I have to make it , but get bored with same old tikkis so I always try new ways to make tikkis so I can enjoy my ragda pattice too. This time when I went to grocery shopping I  got turnips and was thinking about making into tikkis only. So When on friday I made my radgo , I knew which tikkis will go with this. You can boil them separate because turnip takes more time than potatoes. Once its boils, let it cool and then mix it  and make it as you make your tikkis. You can have it with your favorite chutneys as cutlets or do as I did or just munch it as you like.

On another note, I am really disappointed, i posted my recipes in lot of FB group, People tried those recipes, tweaking just one ingredient and said my own recipe, I mean come on, how hard it is to say I got this from here and give credit to where you get it. When I confronted them , they said in your recipe you did this , mine has this, that means they are looking at mine and making it that's the only reason they know what's in my recipes. During Diwali I posted candied  ginger, I saw 3-4 bloggers did that , one even mentioned that I saw it in group and making this but no link whatsoever, now its soya kabab, everyone is making it , I made it from granules , they from chunks, Ya BIG difference. Sometimes feels so frustrated and feel like stop doing this.

Ingredients :

1 turnip
2 potatoes
1 green chili
1 grated carrot
1 small onion finely chopped
1 tsp. Turmeric powder
1 tsp. Red chili powder
1 tsp. Dabeli powder
lime juice and salt as per taste
2 tbsp. finely chopped coriander leaves
2 tbsp. oil

Method:

Boil both the root vegetables separately.
Once its cool, mash them in a bowl and add all the ingredients except oil and mix it.
You can make any shape, I made it in circle.
Heat a nonstick pan, Add a tsp. oil in a pan. Add few tikkis on it and cook on one side till its become nice and brown, flip it and do the same. Don't turn over and over again. Just do it once so it cooks nicely.
Take it out in a plate.




You can enjoy it as it is or enjoy with hot spicy ragda.




You can take sweet potatoes, red potatoes too. Instead of ragda , have it with chole chat too.
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20 comments:

  1. Nice patties:) btw, although they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it's frustrating when people plagiarise and don't even link to you. I think it's an occupational hazard of food blogging; I try to set a good example by not doing it and I get upset when people do it to me, especially when they have very popular blogs and loads of people are congratulating them on it! Please don't let it stop you blogging though- we would all miss you!

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    1. Thanks, just need to take out my frustration but thanks for listening

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  2. forget it linsy....these things keep happening, but we all know you really make innovative recipes...just like this one...

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  3. Nice patties..will surely try them....we do not use this vegetable much and I was wondering what to make out of it

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    1. Thanks Sweta, its nice to sneak some new veggies in old ones.

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  4. I want that plate now.. The tikkis look delicious dear.. Love that you made it with turnip..It happens dear, don't get disappointed it's easier for people to say they got it from some group but really makes it difficult for them to give some blogger credit..you don't have to stop dear.. Ur the best.. My super talented innovative blogger.. Chodo jane do.. Let's enjoy ragda pattice..

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    1. thanks Gloria, I stopped visiting and posting it in that group, sab sale chor hai vaha per.

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  5. I am not a huge fan of turnip but if you probably gave me the tikki, I wouldn't know there is turnip in it as it is masked with so many other ingredients. Nice way to sneak in vegs that fsmily may not like.

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  6. wow..I don't usually buy turnip but you have given me a reason to try this out..yummy tikkis :)

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  8. Nice combo....never thought of using turnip in tikkis.....turnip is à tasty vegetable and with potatoes i'm sure they will go great.....will try this soon!.......one more thing, people may steal your recipes but not your talent....keep blogging!!

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  9. Turnip tikkis...sounds interesting... Don't worry about others dear, you are such a creative and awesome blogger..keep rocking

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  10. U are an awesome blogger Linsy don't bother about copycats now we cant change them. Tikki with turnip that sounds yumm.

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