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by Tarla Dalal
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On a diet or wanting to eat super healthy Indian snack? We have one of the tastiest healthy recipe which would give a treat to your taste buds in Oats moong dal tikki!! It is extremely easy and quick to make. We have used no complex but all easily available ingredients in making the recipe. Healthy oats moong dal tikki is also a easy way to add oats to your diet, as some people do not like the taste of oats.
Oats Moong Dal Tikki is a fibre and protein rich recipe!! We have made it using yellow moong dal with we have boiled and coarsely crushed in a blender, further we have added oats which are full of fibre and make the recipe healthy, some fresh curds, onions for enhancing taste, green chillies for some spice and some Indian masala's which include chat masala for tanginess, garam masala, red chilli powder and turmeric. All these ingredients are mixed together, rolled in tikkis and cooked on tava with 1/8 tsp of oil . Make sure you press the moong dal tikki with oats properly and cook them on a medium flame or they might remain uncooked!!
To make perfect oats moong dal tikki make sure while boiling the dal, you do not over boil it as the recipes needs you to grind it into a course paste. If you over boil the dal, you’ll get a runny paste and the texture of the tikki would be lost and it will also get difficult for rolling of the tikki’s.
This moong dal tikki with oats recipe makes a perfect evening snack, or a starter recipe too!! The tikki's are luscious and full of flavours!! This tikki's are quite filling and you can also use them to make your burgers and can end up making a snaky meal!!
Serve the healthy oats moong dal tikki immediately with healthy green chutney!!
Enjoy oats moong dal tikki recipe | moong dal tikki with oats | healthy oats moong dal tikki | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
- To make oats moong dal tikki, clean, wash and boil the yellow moong dal in 1 cup of water in a deep pan till the dal is soft and cooked and all the water has evaporated.
- Drain and blend the dal in a mixer to a coarse paste.
- Transfer the paste into a bowl, add all the remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Divide the mixture into 12 equal portions and shape each portion into a 63 mm. (2½”) round flat tikki.
- Lightly grease a non-stick tava (griddle) with ½ tsp of oil.
- Cook each oats moong dal tikki, using 1/8 tsp of oil, till they turn golden brown in colour from both the sides. Evenly cooked from both the sides.
- Serve the oats moong dal tikki immediately with healthy green chutney.
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You could also make healthy versions of tikkis by using oats or nachni flour to bind the ingredients in place of mashed potato. You can also hide a lot of healthy ingredients into the tikkis, ensuring that your kids enjoy consuming these and do not throw tantrums. Check out the tasty Cheese and Broccoli Tikki, which makes kids super happy to finish off their broccoli! You can tava-cook or bake the healthy tikkis instead of frying them, to retain the nutritional advantage.
However much you may master the art of making tikkis, there are some tikkis that are best had on the streets, from roadside vendors! Yes, we are talking about the ever-famous Aloo Tikki, one of the most popular Delhi street foods, loved by several generations of Indians. Hot and crisp Aloo Tikkis are to be relished right off the tava, to warm your body and soul even on a cold, rainy day! It is ideal to serve at parties, as it appeals to almost everyone and tastes best when accompanied by the cheerful banter of friends.
To prepare oats moong dal tikki | moong dal tikki with oats | healthy oats moong dal tikki | clean and wash the yellow moong dal.
Transfer it to a deep pan and add in 1 cup of water. Boil till the dal is soft, cooked and all the water has evaporated. We don’t want the dal to overcook so we are not cooking it in a pressure cooker.
Drain the dal using a sieve. While grinding the moong dal there should be almost no water or else the dal will turn into a paste and it would be difficult to shape the tiki.Also, moong dal oats tikki won’t have a coarse texture.
Transfer it to a mixer jar and blend to a coarse paste.
Transfer the moong dal paste into a bowl.
Add all the remaining ingredients starting with ½ cup quick cooking rolled oats. You can substitute them with rolled oats.
Ads 2 tbsp of fresh curd. We have used curds made using this detailed recipe with step by step photos of homemade curd. This will help in binding together all the ingredients.
Add grated onions. Other vegetables like finely chopped capsicum, cabbage, corn kernels can also be added to the oats moong dal tikkis.
Add finely chopped green chillies. Adjust the quantity as per your liking.
Add chaat masala for that much required chatpata flavour.
Add chilli powder for a spicier hint.
Add a little garam masala and turmeric powder.
Add ginger-garlic paste. We have used homemade
Add finely chopped coriander. Other leafy greens like mint leaves, fenugreek leaves or spinach can also be used.
Add salt to taste.
Mix well and our oats moong dal tikki is ready.
To prepare the oats moong dal tikki | moong dal tikki with oats | healthy oats moong dal tikki | , divide the mixture into 12 equal portions.
To make the oats moong dal tikki, shape each portion into a 63 mm. (2½”) round flat tikki.
Lightly grease a non-stick tava (griddle) with ½ tsp of peanut oil.
Place the tikkis carefully over it.
Cook each oats moong dal tikki | moong dal tikki with oats | healthy oats moong dal tikki | using 1/4 tsp of peanut oil, till they turn golden brown in colour from both sides. Ensure they are evenly cooked from both sides.
Serve the oats moong dal tikki immediately with healthy green chutney. Combing fibre rich oats with other vegetables, you can make various healthy tikki recipes like: Cauliflower and Oats Tikki, Oats Tikki with Healthy Green Chutney.
Oats Moong Dal Tikki – A Healthy Non-fried Starter. No excess oil for frying, no potato and no cornflour – all unhealthy ingredients which can cause add pounds and increase inflammation are out of this starter! Bring in yellow moong dal as the base ingredient and oats for binding the tikkis. With these, are a horde of masalas which perk up the flavour of Oats Moong Dal Tikki effortlessly. Moong dal will add enough protein at snack time, to build healthy cells, tissues and bones. Oats, on the other hand, will lend fiber (0.9 g per tikki) which will help to keep your digestive tract healthy and keep blood sugar under check as well. With 47 calories per tikki, this a nourishing starter / snack for those aiming a trimmed waistline too. Only ensure to cook these tikkis on a slow flame and with minimum oil. Also prefer to use peanut oil instead of refined oil, as peanut oil has a good amount of MUFA (mono unsaturated fatty acids) which works the best in Indian cooking.
Make sure while boiling the dal, you do not over boil it as the recipes needs you to grind it into a course paste. If you over boil the dal, you’ll get a runny paste and the texture of the tikki would be lost and it will also get difficult for rolling of the tikki’s.
Q. Can we use spourted moong instead of moong dal? Will it bind? A. Sprouted moong will not give you the desired bingind for making this tikki. So we would not recommend you to use that.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per tikki
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