Friday, February 27, 2009

Vegetable Cutlets



Hello all! My recipe 'Curry Leaves Chutney' has been shortlisted by Ramya of http://maneadige.blogspot.com/2009/02/chutneydip-mania-round-up.html

Please do vote for me:)





This is my submission for the event MLLA8 hosted by Susan of http://thewellseasonedcook.blogspot.com/2009/02/announcing-my-legume-love-affair-eighth.html

What you need:

Potatoes-2
Crushed paneer-1/4 cup
Fresh peas-1/4 cup
Chopped coriander-1 tablespoon
Chopped mint leaves-1 tablespoon
Shajeera-1 tesdpoon
Wheet flour or maida (all purpose flour)-1cup
Red chilli powder-1 teaspoon
Turmeric powder-1/4 teaspoon
Salt-1 tablespoon
Oil-1/2 cup


How to make:

Wash and peel the skin of the potatoes and cut them into small cubes. Add the potato cubes and fresh peas into a vessel and boil them with sufficient water until they become soft. Drain excess water from it and mash them into a paste. Now add the paneer, chilli powder, turmeric powder, shajeera, chopped mint and coriander to it and make into a tough dough. If the mixture is loose add a little bit of wheat or all purpose flour to it. Now pat them into oval shapes and coat them with flour. Heat the pan and add 1 tablespoon of oil and fry the cutlets on both sides until they turn brown in colour. Serve them hot with any sauce or chutney…

24 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I was planning to make this for a while,but lazy:)
Looks tempting,may be this weekend;D
Adding paneer,mint leaves,shah jeera is new idea for me! Thanks for the recipe!

Varunavi said...

lovely cutlets,snap is mouthwatering

Varunavi said...

lovely cutlets,snap is mouthwatering

Daily Meals said...

Initially even I was lazy to try it...but it turned out to be easier than I thought...
I added the veggies and spices of my daughter's choice...

Thank you Varunavi...

Sia said...

3 of my fav P's-paneer, potato and peas. i love it!

Asha said...

YAY!! Will vote, looks yummy! :)

A_and_N said...

Fantastic stuff! I always used to order these when I traveled in trains :) These were my favorites. This brings back some memories :)

Nithya Praveen said...

This is so perfect for the winter..yummy!

Usha said...

Lovely cutlets, looks yum !

Chitra said...

lovely cutlets..never tried with paneer and mint leaves..will try it out soon..thanks for dropping ur commmnet in my blog..plz be around:)

Uma said...

cutlets are mouth-watering. Nice entry. Good luck with the voting :)

Gayathri said...

Glad to welcome you to participate
http://justurs.blogspot.com/2009/02/magnificent-click-contest-2009.html

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Sia:)

Thanks you very much Asha:)

You are right A_and_N...these cutlets remind me of train journies in India...

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Nithya:)

Thank you Usha:)

Mint leaves gave them a nice flvour Chitra...

Daily Meals said...

Thank you very much Uma:)

Thank you Gayathri:) Will check it...

Prajusha said...

ya will surely vote for u..cutlet looks yummy

aparna said...

Looks so delicious.

Bhawna said...

Vote for Vijaya (for sure) with this kind of a weather (chilly and windy) perfect recipe.

Daily Meals said...

Thank you very much Prajusha:)

Thank you very much Aparna:)

Thank you very much Bhawna:)

Preety said...

veg cutlets is always a fav snack to have anytime of the day..looks delicious..nice entry too

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Preety! Cutlets are good a way to feed more veggies to children...

Daily Meals said...

OOps Sorry Preety... I meant a good way...

SriLekha said...

wow! looks too good n delicious!
want to enroll your food blog? visit my blog!

Susan said...

What a tasty way to satisfy my current carb cravings!

Lovely recipe! Thanks so much, Vijaya, for joining in MLLA8!

The round-up is a few more days away.