Learn About Nutrition Science And Reversing Diabetes
Just made this last night and they were quite tasty.
Boiled back beans, crushed by hand or blender, 2 cups
chopped onions, 1/2 cup
chopped garlic - 1 tsp or to taste
chopped ginger - 1 tsp or to taste
pine nute - 1/4 cup
jeera - 1.5 tsp
garam masala - 1/2 - 1 tsp
salt - 1/2 tsp
red chilli / laal mirch - 1/2 tsp
chopped green chilli - 1 tsp
Mix the whole ingredients up well in a bowl. I added pine nuts to give you good fats and unique flavor.
Make into tikki size patties, which is not easy and lay on a skillet/tava on medium - medium low heat.
Add the least amount of oil you can on a skillet. I recommend using an oil sprayer like Misto to make life easy.
For cooking it let it simmer so heat will go in and covered the skillet so the whole tikki gets cooked.
Flip when one side is a little crispy and cover again. When both sides are well cooked, squeeze some lemon juice and enjoy.
Again, this recipe has low GI (glycemic index), will help fill you up and replace some rice or wheat you would have eaten to feel "full"
Created by Anand Jr Gupta
July 21, 2013