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Spinach Tofu Peanut Noodle Cutlet Recipe

This patty is a great way to boost the diet with plant-based protein and enough nutrients into your kid's snack. Great for active kids and fuelling for sports activities as sweet potato is a great source of good carbohydrates in addition to being rich in vitamin A and fiber.

Nutritional info

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  • 11.2 gm
    Carbohydrate
  • 1.6 gm
    Protein
  • 5.6 gm
    Total Fat
  • 47.2 mcg
    Vitamin A
  • 0.5 mg
    Iron
  • 2.0 mg
    Vitamin C
  • 113.1 kcal
    Energy
  • 12.2 mg
    Calcium
1.5 Grated Tbsp(11.0 gm) Tofu
1/4 Tsp(0.53 gm) Dry Mango Powder
1 Chopped Tbsp(36.0 gm) Palak
1 Powder Tbsp(10.0 gm) Peanuts
1/8 Boiled Cup(18.0 gm) Spaghetti
2 Tsp(7.0 ml) Oil
1/4 Tsp(1.0 gm) Salt
1/2 Tsp(2.0 gm) Green Chilli Paste
1/4 Tsp(0.44 gm) Jeera Powder
1 Tbsp(8.0 gm) Bread Crumbs
  • In a bowl, add cooked noodles, 1.5 tbsp grated tofu, 1 tbsp groundnut powder, 1/2 tsp green chilli paste, 2 tbsp chopped spinach, 1/4th tsp each of jeera powder and salt.

  • Add 1/4th tsp amchur powder and mash all the ingredients well.

  • Shape tikkis from the mashed mix.

  • Coat the tikki with bread crumbs

  • In a pan, heat 2 tsp oil and shallow fry until it turns golden brown.

  • Flip the Tikki and repeat.

  • Serve hot.