If you’re all out of breakfast ideas or are tired of the repetitive choices you have, let’s take your breakfast or evening snacks up a notch with this Sweet Potato Sprouts Tikki recipe! This mouthwatering delight is rich in healthy carbs and protein – just the kind of kick you need to get your day started!
What You Will Need
- Sweet potato – 1 cup (mashed)
- Boiled sprouts – ½ cup
- Broccoli – 1 cup (cut into florets)
- Grated homemade Paneer (chenna) – 3 tablespoon
- Sattu powder- 2 tbsp
- Chat masala – ¾th tsp
- Turmeric – ¼ tsp
- Ajwain or carom seeds – ¼ tsp
- Roasted cumin powder – ½ tsp
- Black pepper powder – ½ tsp
- Coriander – 2 tsp
- Salt – as per taste
- Olive oil – as needed.
How To Prepare
- Place sweet potato in a pressure cooker and cook it for 3-4 whistles.
- Meanwhile, boil water and add broccoli florets to it. Cook for 2 mins and drain the water completely (or you can steam it for 5-7 min).
- Grind the broccoli in a blender coarsely (just for a few seconds. It should not be like a paste). Squeeze the excess water from the ground Broccoli.
- Take one peeled potato in the mixing bowl and mash it well without any lumps.
- Then, add the grounded broccoli, grated paneer (chena), sattu powder, turmeric, chat masala, boiled sprouts, cumin powder, black pepper, ajwain, coriander and salt.
- Mix well into a dough and divide into equal portions. Make equal sized balls and flatten them into tikkis.
- Heat a pan with a few drops of oil and place the tikkis over it. Cook it on medium to low flame from both the sides till it turns golden.
- Serve hot with green chutney!
Highlight of the Sweet Potato Sprouts Tikki
- The Sweet Potato Sprouts Tikki is rich in healthy carbs, protein, fiber and low in fat. It’s a complete meal.
- Good choice for kids, pregnant & lactating mothers too.
- It is made up of sweet potato, which has several health benefits. It is rich in Antioxidant called beta carotene, which helps increase Vit A .
- It has a good amount of soluble and insoluble fiber along with vitamins and minerals like Vit C, Potassium, Manganese, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B5 and Vitamin E.
- The added sprouts, homemade paneer (chenna) and sattu are good sources of protein.
- The added broccoli and coriander adds a good amount of fiber content.
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