Saturday, December 17, 2011

Baked Beets & Sprouted Black Chickpeas Cutlets

I  prepare sprouts quite often at home, this time i prepared some sprouts with black chickpeas which i cooked  later and  combined with cooked beets to make these healthy and guilt free baked  cutlets for our yesterday's snacks..I completely skipped cooked potatoes and replaced them with cooked sprouted chickpeas, needless to say these delicious cutlets tastes absolutely marvellous when served along with sweet chilli sauce or either tomato ketchup..Indeed, these cutlets are definitely healthy and personally i felt its quite an easy and best way to feed  beets and sprouted black chickpeas to my kids, they just enjoyed these cutlets with ketchup.


1cup Beets (cooked and grated)
2cups Sprouted black chickpeas (cooked )
1no Onion (chopped)
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Jeera powder
1tsp Garam masala powder
1/4cup Corn flour
1/4cup Bread crumbs
Salt
Few coriander leaves
Oil for brushing the cutlets

Mash well the cooked sprouted black chickpeas,take along with the cooked and grated beets with red chilly powder, jeera powder, garam masala powder, chopped coriander leaves and salt...Heat few drops of oil and add the chopped onion to the hot oil and saute until the onions turns transculent, add the cooked onions to the sprouted black chickpeas-beets mixture and mix everything well...Make 10-12 balls  from the prepared mixture and flatten it as cutlets..

Mix the corn flour with enough water as white paste..dip each cutlets in white sauce and roll it evenly in bread crumbs,keep in fridge for an hour..Preheat the oven to 350F, line a baking sheet over a baking tray, brush the baking sheet with enough oil, arrange the already prepared the cutlets,brush again the cutlets with enough oil and bake for 20-25minutes (turn atleast  twice while baking) until the crust turns brown..

Enjoy warm with ketchup..

29 comments:

  1. Very delicious and awesome looking beet cutlets.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. healthy and interesting combo....

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  3. Wow you baked these!..do send it for Kid's delight kids will love it!

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  4. This looks fantastic!!! Healthy and tasty, cannot wait to try them out. Thanks for sharing. history of feng shui, http://www.absolutelyfengshui.com/fengshui/chinese-history-feng-shui.php

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  5. My fav combo of peas and beetroot..Luvly cutlets

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  6. a very healthy recipe. such vibrant colour.

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  7. awesome color. nice use of beets

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  8. These cutlets look amazing!! Brava!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  9. Looks very colourful Priya..I sure your kids enjoyed them.

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  10. Very nutritious cutlets. Looks absolutely guilt free...

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  11. wow!!!!loving all your bakes...planning to relocate base to Paris:-)

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  12. That is amazingly healthy Priya, must try this some day.

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  13. i make it only with beets. Addition of chickpeas is a definitely good addon

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  14. What a goodness there.Am so tempted that I can't keep my eyes from the screen..yum!

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  15. Thats a great combination - wouldnt have thought of it! Lovely

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  16. colorful cutlet :) looks tempting...

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  17. Oh this is making me hungry! So yum.

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