Monday, August 21, 2006

 

Vegetable Cutlet

I did some changes to my template to give a new look. I here means (my friend) who helped me to do the changes in my blog, and I thank her so much for taking time to work on my blog. Last weekend we had potluck in my friends place and guess what we had for the menu? We decided to have a simple potluck and planned to go with Tiffin varieties. The menu went like this: Cutlet as starters, Masala dosa, Pongal, Sambhar, Tomato chutney, and Ela ada. We just wanted to take a break from the normal routines like Pulav’s, chapattis, desserts and so on. After a long time I felt more like eating at home :) and was more relaxing for all of us. I decided to make Vegetable Cutlet and Ela ada; here goes the recipe for Cutlet!!!

What you need

  • Vegetables of your liking
  • Breadcrumbs
  • For dipping the cutlets: 1 tsp All-purpose flour or Maida mixed in warm water or egg white.
How to make
  • Choose vegetable of your liking, I chose 2 big potatoes, 1 raw banana, 1 carrot, few beans, handful of green peas. Boil all the vegetables in microwave and allow it to cool.
  • Mash the vegetables in a whisk or with your hand. Add a tsp of ginger-garlic paste, 3-4 chopped green chilies, ½ tsp of garam masala, ½ tsp red chili powder, and salt for taste. Mix everything together and make into small shapes.



  • Mean while make breadcrumbs. Toast the bread and grind the bread with help of a mixer or blender.
  • Dip the cutlet shapes into the flour water. Mix a tsp of maida or all-purpose flour in 5-6 tsp of water. You can also use egg white instead of flour mix.
  • Coat the cutlet with breadcrumbs and fry in a non-stick pan with little oil.

Serve hot with tomato ketchup.

16 Comments:

Blogger archana said...

Loved the new look of your blog. Cutlets look good too. Thank you for the recipe.

6:36 PM   Edit
Blogger Prema Sundar said...

Hi priya,
cutlet is my favourite snack. Didnt do it for a long time.. Ur pictures are mouthwatering.. Wish i had come to ur potluck...

6:53 PM   Edit
Blogger Menu Today said...

Hi Priya,
Your new template looks Nice.Showcasing Kerala's culture.
Vegetable cutlet looks soooo yummy!!!

7:11 PM   Edit
Anonymous madhu said...

Hi Priya,
Your new template looks very nice with wonderful pictures of kerala and its culture.
Cutlets looks good Priya and loved your ribbon pokara too. Thanks for the recipes.

9:40 PM   Edit
Blogger Vineela said...

hi priya,this template looks beautiful.i can see spirit of keral in this.cutltes are yummy. vineela

11:09 PM   Edit
Blogger Nandita said...

Hey Priya,
Very personalised template, looks good!

11:35 PM   Edit
Blogger shammi said...

Priya, love the new blog skin! The cutlets and the ribbon pakoda are making my mouth water. Lovely photos!

5:20 AM   Edit
Blogger Prema Sundar said...

Hey priya, forgot to mention abt ur new template.It looks very nice with pictures of kerala's culture.

6:25 AM   Edit
Blogger Atithi said...

hi priya

i really love the new look as well as this cutlet receipe..sure ll try this weekend and let u kn!!

praju

9:13 AM   Edit
Blogger Priya said...

Hi Priya,
The new template looks wonderful. I like the choice of soft colors in it. Great work :-)

1:00 PM   Edit
Blogger sudhav said...

The new look of the blog looks great priya..and a lovely treat ...Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe priya..

1:56 PM   Edit
Blogger Pavani said...

Hi Priya,
Those cutlets look so yummy.. I had similar cutlets last weekend at an Indian restaurant, only difference being they were heart shaped.
Thanks for the recipe.

6:30 PM   Edit
Blogger swapna said...

WOW Priya
lovely picture of a yummy cutlet!!!!!!

5:05 PM   Edit
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
yummy cutlets.Tried them and just loved it!!! But my cutlets turned out very soft and as i shallow fried they werent cooked the way in your picture.I didnt get the brown colour on the sides.Do I have to deep fry?And also i used only potatoes ,carrots n peas.Is it y it turned out soft?Can i add bread slices tothe mixture to avoid very soft cutlets?

7:45 AM   Edit
Blogger Priya Bhaskaran said...

Anon, I did not shallow fry them in oil, I added 3- 4 tbsp of oil in a small non-stick pan, and fried them in batches..I allow them to fry one side for sometime without turning them, and later fry on the other side, if it gets dry I just brush them with oil on the top, and fry both sides couple of times...the mixture when you make it, try to use little water, and make them into shapes...the ingredient can be anything, instead of potato, you can try with raw banana tooo.....hope this helps

9:59 AM   Edit
Blogger Coffee said...

Hi priya, this post is copied by someone called nisha on ifood.tv. the link is here http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/mix_veg_cutlet_0

Came across so thought of letting you know..... there is a whole thread going about this on dining hall.

10:14 PM   Edit

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