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Monday, February 2, 2015

Sweet and savory vegetable cutlets

On one chilly evening, when I cannot feel my feet I stepped into my kitchen opened my refrigerator and wondered what can I do with my beets :)
I gathered few ingredients, pressure cooked some veggies that were readily available and viola!! Yummy sweet and savory cutlets are ready!!

So here goes the recipe, I used the vegetables I had that day.  I boiled potatoes, beet n carrots in a pressure cooker. You can also use cauliflower, green peas, green beans, soya chunks raw plaintain and such vegetables. Add your favorite spices and flavors and make a Patti shapes and just shallow fry..that's it!! 

Sounds easy !! Check out the recipe in detail

Source: My Signature recipe
Prep time: 12 mins
Cooking time: 10-12 mins
Serves:  6 servings

3 potatoes, boiled
2 carrots, boiled
1 small beetroot, boiled
1/4 C corn, boiled
2 bread slices, roughly torn
1/2 t ginger garlic paste
2T chopped cilantro
1/4 t onion powder
1/4 t cayenne powder, mirchi powder
1/4 t turmeric powder, haldi
1/4 t garam masala
Salt as per taste
Oil for frying
Wide sauce pan or tawa for frying the cutlets
1/4 C rava (semolina) for coating the cutlets

  • Boil all the vegetables in pressure cooker by adding little water and salt. Cook till 2 whistles.
  • Cool the boiled veggies and mash them together.
  • Add all the ingredients as listed till salt.  Make Patti shaped or finger shaped and keep it aside.
  • Meanwhile take a wide frying pan/skillet and heat oil so that it covers the entire surface of the pan, if you are using nonstick skillet use less oil.
  • Now take rava(semolina) in a plate and coat the prepared Patti's and transfer it to skillet for frying. Shallow fry(tawa fry) on medium heat.
  • It takes about 3-4 mins each side and place it on paper towel to soak the excess oil if any.
  • Serve hot with ketchup/hot sauce or just snack it.


maya said...

Does the rava get cooked and become crispy?

Gaurav Sharma said...

I like your blog most because you can describe the recipe in short and sweet way and make the post to the point

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