Boil and peel the potatoes and put them in a bowl.
Add garam masala, dhania powder, salt and chilly powder to the potatoes.
Take the bread slices in your hand and put them in the water for few seconds.
Then press them with the hands to take out the excess water and then add them to the potatoes.
Mix and knead all the material in the bowl (potatoes, masalas, bread) well into pliable dough.
Take a griddle (or thick bottom pan) and put around 4-5 tablespoon of oil and let it be hot.
Take around two tablespoon of the dough and shape it into patties (around 1/2 inch thick).
Now put these patties in the heated oil and shallow fry them from the both sides by turning the sides till they turn golden brown in colour from both the sides.
Drizzling more oil if required.
Put around 2-3 tikkies in one round.
Take them out and garnish with the imli chutney upto your taste and a teaspoon of curd little bit of onions, ginnger and reddish per plate(two tikkies per plate).
Serve them hot with tea or coffee.
Green chillies can be added instead of red chilly powder.
To make the bread slices wet you can directly put them under the tap water for few seconds keeping them in the hands and them press them to take out the excess water.
You can only add oinions, imli chutney and curd to garnish or add carrot and coriander leaves.
Non stick pan or griddle can be used to make tikkies in less oil.
Mint chutney or tomato ketchup or sauce can also be used to garnish.