Oats, Palak, Paneer Tikki

I love making Tikki and both vegetarian and non vegetarian kinds. Usually I make every week and yesterday I felt like making a vegetarian one. So I indulged in choosing the main ingredients and chose Oats, Paneer or Cottage Cheese and Palak or Spinach. Now that’s being healthy – isn’t it? So here goes the recipe

Course – Snack

Cuisine – Indian (Fusion)

Author – Madhubish’s Kitchen

Difficulty level – Easy

Serves -2 people

Preparation time -10 mins, Cooking time -15 mins


3 bread slices for breadcrumbs

3 bread slices cut into roundels

3 cabbage leaves cut into roundels

3 cheese slices cut into roundels

Butter to smear the breads

1 cup baby spinach blanched

1/2 cup oats

1/2 paneer grated

1/2 tsp red chilli powder

1/2 tsp Aamchur powder

1/2 tsp Chaat Masala powder

1 tomato sliced

Few coriander leaves

Few mint leaves

Salt as per taste

Oil to fry tikkis

Few toothpicks


Blanch the spinach. In a chopper blend the bread slices to breadcrumbs and set aside. Blend the blanched baby spinach. Set aside. In a bowl add blended baby spinach, oats, grated paneer, blended breadcrumbs, Chaat Masala powder, Aamchur powder, red chilli powder, salt and mix well. Roll each small ones, flatten between your palms and make tikkis. Set aside. Smear butter on the bread slices. In a wok heat oil and shallow fry the tikkis on both sides. Set aside. On the bread roundels place cabbage leaf, place a shallow fried Tikki on it, place a cheese slice on it, place a tomato slice on it. Insert a toothpick and insert a mint leaf. Plate and enjoy eating with your favourite beverage

Oats, Palak & Paneer Tikki 😊

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