I am a BIGGG fan of hung curd. I use it as dressing for salads, dips, Pasta sauce, of course cheese cake and so now I thought why not give tikkas a shot.
I got about 150gms hung curd from 200gms set curd [You may use any curd for that matter. Set curd contains very less water, hence the choice]
Listing the ingredients for your benefit:
Hung Curd – 150gms
Paneer [cottage cheese] – 150gms [Grated] I prefer to make it at home. It has a great grainy texture.
Chilly – 2 nos. I used on red one green
Spring onion – a couple of stalks with the greens chopped finely
Salt – to taste
Ginger – about an inch grated
Methi [Fenugreek] – one small bunch, blanched for 2 min in salt water , chopped.
Palak [Spinach] – one small bunch, blanched for 2 min in salt water , chopped.
Bread Crumbs – half a cup [to combine all the ingredients]
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl except the bread crumbs. Add the crumbs till you feel the moisture is soaked well.
heat a skillet and make a thin pattie and cook till done.
Alternatively, fry them as small balls and serve with dipping of your choice.
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