A yummy recipe from our Licious family member-Sreeya Roy Choudhury
As a part of the #LiciousHolidaySpecials contest, we’d run on our Instagram, Sreeya Roy Choudhury had submitted this delicious Mutton Tikki recipe made with Licious tender Goat Keema. Here’s what she had to say about why this recipe was her holiday season favourite:
This recipe made my day as it made my husband eat mutton! He’s not a fan of the meat and yet he gobbled up 4 pieces straight! What more does one need? ❤️
Follow her recipe below to make succulent Mutton Tikkis and follow her Instagram & Facebook for more of her recipes. Try this recipe out and let us know how you enjoyed it in the comments below!
Marinate the minced meat with salt, onion paste, ginger paste, garlic paste, chilli paste, raw green papaya paste, red chilli powder, garam masala, Maggi masala and lemon juice. Keep aside for at least 2-3 hours.
Drain out excess water, if any
Grind the marinated meat for a few pulses in a grinder
Add fried onions & give a light mix with a spoon and keep aside
Roast the besan
Add and mix the besan in the marinated mixture (in a few batches) until you can shape the meat in a lump and flatten it like tikkis. Make sure the mix is not stiff, it should be soft and a little sticky) You may keep the leftover besan for later use
Apply oil in your hands and take a handful of the mixture and flatten it to make the tikkis. Make sure you press each side and edges
Heat oil/ghee in a non-stick pan and fry the tikkis on low flame until dark brown (total time for the best cooking result is 12 mins/tikki)