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How to prepare Cutlet- tasty recipe

Updated on June 15, 2010

BOTTLE GOURD CUTLET


Ingredients

Bottle gourd – 1 medium

Onion – 3

Green Chilies – 8

Garam masala – 1 tsp

Rava(Semolina) – 3 tbsp

Bread crumbs - For rolling

Maida – 2 tbs

Coriander leaves – ½ cup(chopped)

Method

  • Grate bottle gourd after removing skin and seeds. Boil it without adding any water.
  • Season with mustard urad dhal, curry leaves.
  • Add finely cut onion, green chilies, garam masala, and rava. Fry for sometime.
  • Then add the boiled bottle gourd and fry for sometime. If the mixture is watery can add little rice flour and mix well. Finally add finely chopped coriander leaves, and salt to taste.
  • Shape into cutlets, dip in maida batter(maida mixed with water) and then roll in bread crumbs. Shallow fry the cutlets.

VEGETABLE CUTLETS


Ingredients

Potato – 2

Carrot – 1

Green chilies – 4

Maida flour – little

Rusk or bread crumbs – little

Chopped coriander leaves – ½ cup

Peas – ½ cup

Onions – 2

Ginger – 2”

Lime – ½

Method

  • Cut carrot into small pieces and boil along with potatoes and paes. Mash potatoes well.
  • Grind green chilies and ginger into a fine paste. Mix the paste with vegetables.
  • Cut onions into small pieces and add them with the vegetables.
  • Add lime juice and salt. Shape into cutlets. Dip in maida batter and then roll in bread crumbs.
  • Shallow fry the cutlets.

RADISH CUTLET


Ingredients

Radish – 1 medium

Onion – 2 medium

Ani seeds(sombu) – 1 tsp

Curry leaves – few

Bengal gram dhal – ½ cup

Roasted gram – ½ cup

Dry chilies – 5-6

Cumin seeds – 1 tsp

Method

  • Peel skin and grate radish(let it be less than ½ inch length).
  • Powder roasted gram. Soak Bengal gram dhal for 1 hour and grind it to a coarse paste along with dry chilies.
  • Mix all the ingredients together. Add salt to taste.
  • Make thin round cutlets(like vada) and shallow fry in pan(4-5 at a time)
  • Sprinkle oil and turn and fry till both sides become golden brown.

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      Kevin Schofield 

      8 years ago

      Great hub! My mouth is watering at the thought of your recipes. My ex would never let me near the cooker (afraid I might burn the house down) so I don't have much confidence in the kitchen. But must try your tempting recipes. Kind regards, Kev.

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