Lowest Rates of 2021!      Get Flat 45% Off On all Programs! Valid till 31st July.      Call/WhatsApp: 9820455544 / 09820543329

Oats Tikki

VIEWS 2654

Energy (kcal) - 390

Protein (g) - 9.8

Carbohydrate (g) - 34.2

Fat (g) - 2

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Oats are high in soluble fiber and beta- glucan which helps in relieving constipation and lower cholesterol. Oats settle well without giving you a bloated feeling and takes time to digest thereby keeping you satiated for longer slowly releasing sugar into the bloodstream. The recipe is filled with paneer which makes it protein rich and adds to satiety.

  • Quick-cooking Oats - 30 g
  • Potato - 1 no.
  • Paneer - 30 g
  • Grated Carrot - 1 no. 
  • Coriander leaves (Chopped)
  • Green Chillies (finely chopped) - 2 no.
  • Chat masala - 3/4 tsp 
  • Roasted Cumin Powder - 1/2 tsp 
  • Water, to coat the cutlets - 1/2 cup 
  • Garam masala - 1/2 tsp 
  • Amchur powder - 1/2 tsp 
  • Lemon  Juice - 1/2
  • Oil for shallow frying 
  • Salt to taste 
Step 1 Dry roast oats until they turn slightly brown and reserve 1/2 cup of oats aside and use the remaining 1 cup of oats in the cutlet mixture.  Step 2 Boil the potatoes in the pressure cooker for 3-4 whistles or microwave it for 5-6 mins. Peel the skin and when they are still warm mash the potatoes.  Step 3 Add chaat masala, cumin powder, Garam masala, amchur powder, salt, lemon juice, paneer, carrot, and chopped green chillies, coriander to the mashed potato mixture and mix.  Step 4 Now add roasted 1 cup oats to the potato mixture and mix nicely. Oats give enough binding for the tikkis, if you feel you need more binding, add 1-2 tbsp roasted oats to it and slightly knead it again.  Step 5 Divide the mixture into equal portions and shape them into rounds . Prepare all the cutlets and keep them ready. In a plate spread 1/2 cup roasted oats Dip each cutlet in a bowl of milk or water quickly on both sides and drop them into the oats mixture and coat the oats on all sides by moving the tikkis all around and keep them on a plate.  Step 6 Repeat the same process for all the cutlets. You can refrigerate them for half an hour or prepare them immediately.  Step 7 In a wide non-stick pan heat 2-3 tbsp oil and place the cutlets and fry them on low- medium flame until they are roasted to light golden brown in color. Turn them and add a tbsp of oil from the sides if needed and roast until crisp on both sides. Drain them on a kitchen napkin.


10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 2654


Makhana Kheer

Makhanas are rich in calcium. It also contains starch and protein which is excellent for diabetes. Nuts give a good amount of fiber as well as it contains good fats which are beneficial for your heart. Milk is the best dietary sources of calcium. Calcium has many functions in the body but its primary job is the development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth. Milk also provides choline, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamins A, riboflavin, vitamin B-6, and vitamin B.

Cumin Drink (quarantine Sp)

Being rich in iron, jeera water is exceptionally good for pregnant and lactating women. The iron content of cumin is also helpful in treating anaemia. It is also good for maintaining the normal functioning of the immune system. Jeera water is highly beneficial for the liver and stomach. The antioxidants present in the seeds can flush out the toxic materials from the body and promote the regular metabolic activities of various internal organs.

Thai Mushroom Soup

This simple Thai vegetable soup has that distinctive Thai flavor - a balance of spicy, salty, sweet and sour. The traditional Thai spices and herbs add a  distinct flavor to the soup further enhancing the taste as well as improving digestive immunity as they have anti-bacterial properties. Tofu, bean sprouts and mushrooms enrich the protein requirements that are needed to repair muscle tissues.