Saturday, December 26, 2009

Vegetable Cutlet

December 26,2009                                                                      Dubai

Today I was thinking to make something new but what??

Then I saw there was some brown bread left out at home and no one was showing interest to eat it. So, thought of making something from it without wasting it. So I have tried this recipe:

Vegetable Cutlet

Preparation time: 20 minutes

Cooking time: 15 minutes

Serving: 4 persons


Potato: 2 in medium size (boiled and mashed)

Peas (Mutter ke Dane)-1/4 cup (boiled and mashed)

Onion-1 (finely chopped)

Brown bread slice-6(soaked in water for a minute)

Green chilies-(3 finely chopped)

Salt-as per taste

Gram Masala Powder-1/2 tsp

Red Chili powder-1/2 tsp

Dry Mango Powder-1 tsp

Bread crumbs-1/2 cup

Corn flour -3tsp

Oil-as required


• Take a bowl and mix potato, peas, onion, green chilies, gram masala powder, chilli powder and dry mango powder.

• Take off the bread slice from water and squeeze it properly by pressing between hands and add it to potato mixture.

• Add salt in to this as per your taste.

• Meanwhile take a small bowl put corn flour in that and add little water into this to make a thin liquid .

• Now take a small portion of potato mixture and make it like a lemon size ball and press it to give a shape of cutlet then put it with corn flour liquid.

• Then put the cutlet in bread crumbs and coat it with it.

• Heat a nonstick pan and place cutlet on that.

• Put little oil in that and roast it till the both side of cutlet turn golden brown color.

• Even you can deep fry the cutlet in oil.

• Serve hot with chutney and sauce.


• This is very useful and healthy recipe for kids who don’t like eating bread.

• If you want you can add boiled and mashed vegetable also in this like beans, carrot beetroot.

• If you don’t have bread crumbs then roast the bread in microwave and powder it by hand or in grinder.

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