Saturday, 23 July 2011

Stuffed Sago Tikkis

Fritters go really well with the rainy weather, but certainly not with me :-) (Frying is a very rare phenomenon in my kitchen). I decided to make these stuffed sago tikkis (of course not fried) 


1/4 cup - sago (sabudana), soaked in 1 cup of water for 3-4 hrs
2 - potatoes, boiled and grated
1 - green chilli (more or less)
2 inch - ginger, grated
2 tbsp - coriander leaves, chopped
salt to taste
oil to grease the pan

For the filling

1 - carrot medium size, grated
8-10 pieces - raisins
1/4 tsp - red chilli flakes (more or less)
salt to taste
1 cup - low fat milk for crumbled cottage cheese,

  1. Remove excess water from the sago.
  2. Add the sago, grated potatoes, green chilli, ginger, salt and coriander leaves in a bowl and mix well.
  3. In another bowl, add the grated carrots, raisins, crumbled cottage cheese, red chilli flakes and salt and mix well.
  4. Take a portion of potato-sago mix in damp palms, flatten them slightly. Place a little filling in the center and close in the edges to enclose the stuffing. Press gently. 
  5. Heat a non stick pan, grease it with a little oil and pan fry the tikkis from both the sides until golden brown.
  6. Serve hot with coriander chutney. (I had some of the filling leftover so used them to make parathas.)

We enjoyed the rain with these stuffed tikkis and a cuppa ginger tea :-) Hope you like them too. 



  1. I had never heard of this before but it certainly sounds amazing. Will be trying this out.

  2. This looks really tasty. Will try it out. Will probaply make my own version for my own site.

  3. I haven't tried it yet,but i guess i need to taste it.hmmmm sounds interesting to have.

  4. this would be great for a saturday dinner i think.

  5. The apperance looks like our Filipino Bibingka, looks so yummy...

  6. Nice article and good information.
    Tank you
    Regards from Schweiz

  7. this would be great recipe i will try on sunday

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