Sindhi Sai Bhajia ji Tikki

Among popular SIndhi cuisines we have a long list . Kadi Chawara, Daal Pakwan, Seyu Patata and Sai Bhaji rank almost on the top . Sai Bhaji is spinach with lentil and veggies cooked together and then mashed up , just like how we mash Pav Bhaji . This is a green that we enjoy with a combo of Bhuga Chawara . Wondering why I am talking about Sai Bhaji and Mashed up ? Well this week’s theme is Mashed Up .

Normally I do not have leftovers but this time I made extra Sai Bhaji to make these Tikkis . All Sindhi houses make either Tikkis or koftas from the left over saibhaji.I have’nt posted the koftas as yet, but shall do so soon.

Sindhi Sai Bhajia ji Tikki

Tikkis are always a hit in our family and here are some Tikkis using Spinach..which are healthy as well as delicious.

Paalak Paneer Tikkis

Soya Paalak Tikki

Beet and Spinach Tikki

Sindhi Sai Bhajia ji Tikki

Sai Bhaji Tikki

Ingredients

2 cups ready SaiBhaji
1 onion , finely chopped
2-3 green chilly, finely chopped
1 tsp dry pomegranate seeds ( optional but recommended)
1/2 cup chickpea flour
Coriander leaves

Method

Add the Sai Bhaji to a nonstick pan.
Cook stirring often till it is completely dry .
Let cool.
Add all ingredients and mix well .
Depending on the size you want to make , pinch out balls and form tikkis .
Roast them on a nonstick pan till crisp .

Sindhi Sai Bhajia ji Tikki

Print Recipe
SaiBhaji Tikki
The popular Sindhi Sai Bhaji has been used to make this delicious and healthy tikki. Can you believe it is made from the left over bhaji?
Course Tea Time
Prep Time 05 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course Tea Time
Prep Time 05 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add the SaiBhaji to a nonstick pan.
  2. Cook stirring often till it is completely dry .
  3. Let cool.
  4. Add all ingredients and mix well .
  5. Depending on the size you want to make , pinch out balls and form tikkis .
  6. Roast them on a nonstick pan till crisp .

10 thoughts on “Sindhi Sai Bhajia ji Tikki”

  1. Tikkis are scrumptious and would not have guessed these are made with leftover mashed curry. Front the description sai bhajia, I am assuming it is a curry.

  2. Good one. I am always looking for ways to reuse the leftovers and making tikkis is my go-to. The addition of pomegranate powder is very interesting. I haven’t use it in a long time.

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