Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Dahi Sago & Soya Kheema Cutlet

Dahi cutlets are always our family favourites, whenever i prepare them they will get vanished with few hours..This time i tried making some sago cutlet along with some leftover soya kheema i prepared for our yesterday's lunch, i combined the soaked sago and already prepared soya kheema along with some cooked and smashed potatoes to make out some delicious cutlets..This cutlet tastes fabulous, delicious also very easy to prepare, once i pan fried these cutlets i soaked them in a tempered buttermilk topped with tangy and sweet tamarind chutney, we enjoyed having this delicious dahi sago and soya kheema cutlet for our evening snacks..A fantastic snacks to enjoy while its too hot, everyone relished each and every spoon of this yummy dahi sago and soya kheema cutlet..


Dahi Sago Cutlets

1cup Soya Kheema (prepared exactly as here)
1/2cup Sago (soaked for 2hrs)
2nos Potatoes (cooked)
1no Onion(chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
Few curry leaves
1tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
1/4tsp Ginger (crushed)
1/4cup Bread crumbs
Salt
Oil for shallow frying

For Dahi:
2cups Buttermilk
1tsp Mustard seeds, urad dal
1tsp Grated ginger
Curry leaves
Few spoons of sweet tamarind chutney
Few Chilly powder
Few Chaat masala

Combine the soya kheema, cooked potatoes, soaked sago, garam masala powder, fennel seed powder, bread crumbs in a large bowl, meanwhile heat few drops of oil and saute the chopped onions, chopped green chillies, crushed ginger and curry leaves until the onions turns transculent..Add this cooked veggies along with the already prepared sago-soya kheema mixture..Mix everything well along with enough salt, make small balls from this mixture and keep aside..Heat the oil for shallow frying,drop gently the already prepared patties and fry on both sides in medium flame until the crust turns golden brown...

Meanwhile let fry the mustard seeds, urad dal, grated ginger, curry leaves in hot oil and keep aside, beat the buttermilk and add the tempered spices and salt, mix well..take this tempered buttermilk in a shallow bowl and drop gently the cutlets..pour the tamarind chutney and springle chilly powder and chaat masala over the soaked cutlets and let them sit in fridge atleast for an hour..

Enjoy!

39 comments:

  1. Priya, that soya dish looks great and comforting with all the wonderful spices!

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  2. hi dear thrs an award waiting for u in my blog come and collect it............

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  3. aah... the recipe looks really tasty. I remember, I had this last when I visit hometown for my friends marriage.

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  4. I liked the idea of serving cutlets in dahi similar to dahi wada.

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  5. Hi,
    Thats really delicious!!
    I was planning to make soya chunks kebab, May be will follow your recipe for it.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  6. looks like dahi wada..absolutely delightful..

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  7. Nice idea of using soya in the food. Love the cutlet

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  8. absolutely delicious
    priya, an award waiting for you, please do come and collect it

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  9. Perfect for summer. Thanks for sharing the recipe Priya!
    One query, do you not have to cook the sago before adding it to the potato-soya mix?

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  10. very innovative dear !
    Looks lovely ..

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  11. fabulous recipe...very beautifully presented.

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  12. Thats a great recipe Priya, def a twist to traditional dahi vadas..

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  13. சூப்பர்ர் போங்க,மிக அருமையாக இருக்கு..அப்படியே படத்தையே பார்த்துட்டு இருக்கேன்...

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  14. awesome cutlets soaked in dahi.makes me hungry

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  15. yummy.. very tempting, colorful... bookmark it..

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  16. that is looking delectable.. awesome recipe and great idea ..

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  17. Looks like a delicious alternative to the regular dahi vada. Great job :)

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  18. innovative cutlets Priya.Ionder how many ideas you get and how you get time to prepare all the excellent dishes?

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  19. Dahi Sago soya cutlet looks really yummy Priya. Nice one.

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  20. This sounds like such a comforting meal. I'm sure those fortunate to be at your table loved it. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  21. thats an awesome dish ....yummy n healthy snack ...love ur creativity dear ...bookmarked

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  22. Wow! So beautiful and excellent! I love the design!

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  23. Indeed , a super chat .. though i have never heard of this before , i want to put my hands on it for its unique and healthier matter

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  24. Oooh.. Chaat-time! :) Sago and kheema is again a novel combination!

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  25. Wow! So beautiful and excellent! I love the design!

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  26. wow this looks superb priya, nice one

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  27. Yammyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.....

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  28. I am drooling over the pic. I HAVE TO try it out, so bookmarked. Wow, what an amazing looking recipe.

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  29. Wonderful idea n fantastic recipe, Priya..Am drooling here..

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  30. Looks like a nice combination! dish looks yumm!

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  31. Love the idea..looks awesome, bookmarking this one.

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  32. Another lovely dish my mouth is watering

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  33. This is surely a back-bending procedure but i bet it was totally worth it in the end. Looks awesome!

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  34. Hi Priya, this combination of soya, potato and sago sounds very interesting. Must give it a try.

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