McAloo Tikki Veggie Burger is a vegetarian Burger with an Indian style Potato Patty that has been popularized by McDonald's in India. It is one of the yummiest combinations for a burger - and who doesn't love potatoes? The aloo tikki or the potato patty is the heart of this recipe. This burger is served using home-baked fresh burger buns, and that just makes the recipe more divine!
Cut the burger buns into half, smear the insides of both the halves - one with ketchup and another with mustard sauce. Arrange all of the above ingredients on top of the base and finish it with placing the top half of the bun. Serve it with a smile, with some extra ketchup and mustard on the side ?
Arrange all of the above ingredients on top of the base and finish it with placing the top half of the bun. Serve it with a smile, with some extra ketchup and mustard on the side ?
Thats McAloo Tikki Burger for you. Enjoy!!
Aloo Tikki | Potato Patties:
Mix all of the ingredients listed under Aloo tikki | Potato Patties ingredient ist, except oil. If the mixture is too soft, feel free to add either more arrowroot flour or any other binding agent.
Form into patties, the diameter of burger buns.
Heat a griddle add a couple of drops of oil per patty, put the patties on griddle. Let it cook till light golden brown, put a couple of drops of oil on top and flip it over. Cook till golden brown on the other side as well.Remove from griddle and make burgers right away or enjoy it all by itself with tomato ketchup!
Hot tip: The burger tastes great with warm/hot patties.
This is my version of Aloo Tikki, so it has ingredients that I felt comfortable adding. You can totally add ginger, green chilies if you want. You can also skip the arrowroot flour if you feel like.
You can make the Aloo Ttikki without chaat masala and with regular salt. Chaat masala enhances the flavors a bit, suitable to the Indian palate.
I made the healthier version of Ttikkis, hence just used a griddle to shallow-fry it. But feel free to deep fry the patties – though it’s absolutely not necessary and would taste just the same. If deep frying, make sure to coat the patties with the flour and/or breadcrumbs.