Thursday, March 19, 2009

Bread Cutlet

I bookmarked this cutlet since a long from Mahima's Indian Vegetarian Kitchen, i tried this delicious bread cutlet two days back for our snacks..Mahima, loads of thanks to u dear...this cutlet doesnt need potatoes also very easy to prepare, u can add any sort of veggies to make this bread cutlet, so i have added finely chopped green capsicum pieces, grated paneer with grated carrot n zucchini pieces as Mahima's recipe says,u can see her bread cutlet here, i skipped green chillies and used redchilly powder else i follow the same as the original recipe...these shallow fried cutlets are really prefect for evening snacks..This is my entry to MBP-Snacks &Savouries event hosted by Ashwini's Spice Cuisine, event started by Coffee...



3nos Bread slices
1no Onion( chopped)
1no Carrot(grated)
1/4cup Paneer (grated)
1/4cup Capsicum(finely chopped)
1/4cup Zucchini (grated)
1/2tsp Ginger (chopped)
1/4tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
Salt
Oil for shallow fry..

Heat a tsp of oil in a pan n fry the veggies except the grated paneer until the veggies turns tender..Dip the bread slices in water and take them out immediately...squeeze out the excess of water n mix the bread to the other veggies n spice powders with enough salt and turn them as dough, make small cutlets out of the dough n shallow fry the cutlets until they turns brown on both sides...

Serve these bread cutlets with ketchep!!!

On the way to Sunday Snacks-Grab & Go by Pallavi of All Thingz Yummy!

24 comments:

  1. Yum cutlet..I love those cruncy brown crusts..:)

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  2. Beautiful cutlets, love the golden color and looks crisp tender!:)

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  3. cutlets look way better than mine priya. thanks for trying dear. i am glad u liked it.

    i just came to know that u live in paris.. wow, it's my dream destination. u r so lucky.. i live in los angeles. do u work priya? if u have gmail id, we can keep in touch thru that.

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  4. Yummy...Cutlet looks so nice and crisp.

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  5. Hi Priya,
    loved the finishing...loks just perfect. Love these at tea time ...nice click.
    TC

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  6. Priya, i have this bookmarked too..the lazy me hasn't tried this at all. Looks so yummy and crispy :)

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  7. They looks like egg frittta without potato sure to try!

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  8. hmm that's looks so crispy and tasty..wonderful snack!

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  9. Ooo mouth-watering priya..!:)

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  10. Delicious cutlet priya, looks crispy.

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  11. heard so much about bread cutlets but never had them - it looks wonderful!

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  12. Love the perfect looking cutlets Priya! Wonderful job! :)

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  13. looks so delicious and crisp priya

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  14. Yummy cutlet.My mom makes this cutlet.She can't make a cutlet without bread..
    Yours looks soo delicious :)

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  15. With Paneer, it should have been Yummy!

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  16. cutlet looks yum...Can i have some?

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  17. They look so crispy and delicious Priya, I would love to have this as an evening snack :)

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  18. mmmm..pretty nice..!! similar to the bread pakodas i made! :)

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  19. yummy..Love the crispy, brown color of the cutlet..It is mouthwatering..

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