Broccoli Tikki | Broccoli Cutlet


Broccoli Tikki is a delicious and healthy snack enjoyed by people of all ages. This innovative snack combines the goodness of broccoli and potatoes, thereby making the snack the most preferred one especially for those who want to incorporate more vegetables in their diet. Broccoli Cutlet is a great snack prepared with a healthy combo of vegetables, herbs, spices and shallow fried to a golden brown texture. This is a popular Indian snack relished hot during evenings with a cup of hot chai. Broccoli when combined with mashed potato makes it a delicious and nutritious snack enjoyed at any time of the day. Adding broccoli, adds to the texture and flavor of the snack. On a wet rainy day there is nothing more comforting than a bite of Broccoli Tikki with a hot relishing cup of tea. For preparing Broccoli Tikki, you first need to boil and mash the potatoes, mix it with boiled broccoli and other spicy flavorings. The mixture is then shaped into cutlets or tikki and shallow fried.

When speaking about Broccoli Cutlet, I got a few points to ponder. Broccoli is a superfood rich in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Broccoli is also a great source of vitamin K, vitamin C and fiber which makes it beneficial for maintaining a healthy digestive system. It is also low in calories making it thereby an ideal food for those who are diet conscious. Adding broccoli to diet helps in maintaining an overall well being and health. Potatoes on the other hand are rich in carbohydrates providing sufficient energy to the body. Potatoes also contain antioxidants that protect the body from oxidative stress and reduces the risk of chronic illness. Broccoli Tikki can be served with a variety of colorful chutneys and sauces like tamarind chutney, mint chutney or ketchup. Broccoli Cutlet can also be served as a side dish along with a main meal like roti or rice. You can explore a well detailed Broccoli Tikki recipe here.


Broccoli Tikki | Broccoli Cutlet

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Cuisine North Indian
Servings 4 people



  • Clean and wash broccoli and boil 1 minutes in hot water.
  • Now shred broccoli and add potato.
  • Now mix all other ingredients.
  • Now take small portions and make shapes you like.
  • Heat a tawa with required oil and shallow fry the Tikki.
  • Now its ready to serve Broccoli Tikki / Cutlets with ketchup.
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