Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Vegetable cutlets

This Sunday, I tried a new vegetable cutlet recipe which came out really well. As opposed to the usual, these cutlets are made in less oil as I had used a grill pan. 

Boiled and mashed potatoes
Carrots - peeled and finely chopped
French beans- finely chopped
Green chilies - finely chopped
Boiled peas
Chilli flakes
Red chilli powder
Dry mango powder (amchoor)
Chaat masala
Bread crumbs
Milk- one cup

Grill Pan 


  1. In a bowl take mashed potatoes, chopped carrots, beans, green chili, peas, salt to taste, red chili powder, chili flakes, chaat masala, dry mango powder and mix well.
  2. Now in a pan, heat 1 tea spoon of butter and add two table spoons of maida and fry to it is pink in color. Once maida is slightly pink, add milk to it and keep stirring. Ensure there are no lumps in the batter. Once the maida is mixed well in the milk, turn the heat off and let this mix cool. Now add this mixture to the potato- veggie mix that you have prepared already. This will help in binding the cutlets. 
  3. Now dab your palms with little oil and prepare cutlets in the shape you like. 
  4. Cutlet quoting - Take some breadcrumbs in a plate and dry maida in another plate. Also in a bowl, mix some maida, little bit of salt, red chilli powder and some water and make it into a not too thin paste.
  5. Now you can dip your cutlets in this maida paste, dust it on the dry maida, again into the maida paste and then finally dust them into the bread crumbs and keep them  in the refrigerator for some time. 4-6 hours is a good time to get crispier result.
  6. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a grill pan and add your cutlets on to it and fry them at low flame for better and crispier result. 
You can serve these cutlets hot with a cheezy dip or tomato sauce. 

Hope you will like it. Happy Eating :)

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