Roti Ki Tikki, as the name denotes, is a brilliant way of using leftover Chapatis to create a yummy appetizer. You must be thinking why the sudden use of leftover rotis. I personally feel that food is for gnawing and not for wasting.
Put roti powder in a mixing bowl and add the chopped veggies (onion, cabbage, coriander leaves, green chilly and grated ginger).
Now add grated paneer or homemade chena and all the spices: Kasuri methi, red chilly powder, garam masala, salt as per taste to the mixture.
Lastly add fresh cream and mix all the mixture until well combined.
To make tikki take some portion of the mixture, roll it in your palms and give the shape of tikki.
Repeat the same process for rest of the tikki.
Put dry cornflour in a plate and roll each tikki in dry cornflour and coat it evenly all around. This way tikki will become crispier. If you do not have cornflour then you can use bread crumbs also to make it crispy.
Take non-stick pan and put oil in it, once the oil becomes hot place tikki one by one into the pan and shallow fry it on medium flame from down wards.
Do not overcrowd the pan, fry it in batches.
Once tikki gets golden brown in colour from downwards then flip it over and cook from other side too.
Fry it by pressing with spatula. You can also deep fry all the tikkis.
Once both the sides get cooked, take out from the pan and repeat the same process for rest of the tikkis
Left over Roti ki tikkis are ready to serve.
Serve hot with any green chutney, tomato sauce or chilly sauce.