Friday, 5 July 2013

Bread Tikki/ Quick Bread Tikki for Chats/ Kids Special/ Quick Bread Cutlets

Bread Tikki/
Quick Bread Tikki for Chats/
Kids Special/
Quick Bread Cutlets
Hi Friends,
Today i am here with a very easy peasy recipe which hardly takes 15 minutes to make. Bread Tikki. sounds different. Right? You can use leftover bread or fresh one to make these tikki. I used brown bread for this which i was having in my hand. You can use any flavorless bread like white bread, brown bread or even multi grain bread for this. It will get cooked very fast. You can have it as it is with any sauce or chatni or make chats with it or simply dunk in some curd and enjoy like dahi bhalla. Have it any way it will not disappoint you. Its very handy too. You don't need elaborated  ingredients for it use whatever floats on your boat.
This is a quick snack fix. You can make it for unwanted guests to impress with tempting chats or on a lazy evening to go with tea/coffee or for parties also. You can also make them one day ahead follow the process till shaping the tikkies and keep them in airtight container in fridge. Deep fry or shallow fry next day for a quick snack. 


Bread (any but not sweet)- 4 pieces
Onion - 1 tbsp Finally chopped (optional)

Chat Masala - 1 tsp
Red chilly pdr- 1 tsp
Salt-as per your taste
Oil for frying or shallow frying 

Grab your ingredients

Take water in a bowl

dip bread in water for few seconds

squeeze out water 

do same with all bread and keep in a plate

Now add chopped onion

throw in all spices

now need it and make a dough

Grease you hand with oil and 
take small portion of dough

shape it like tikki


 Now heat a griddle and grease it with one tsp oil 

place all tikkies on it

Bake them from both sides

Within minutes tikkies are ready to serve

Hmmm yum yum
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  1. You can use any bread for making tikkies. I was having brown bread in hand so used that.
  2. Adjust spices according to your choice. You can make them without onion.
  3. For more batter results deep fry them. You will get crisp tikki.





  1. New look of your blog Madhu, nice one :)
    Tikki looks yummy !!!

  2. I have bookmarked this...Thank you for linking it

  3. delicious and very tempting... nice way to use the bread!!! Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

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