Saturday, November 29, 2008

CHICK PEA CUTLETS


I was thinking what to make for evening snack. I usually keep boiled chick pea in freezer. I combined whatever vegetables i had and made this , believe me it was delicious. I tried the deep frying the same yesterday hmm , it is a sad story :-(. I somehow managed to make it as some other dish. will post later.
Ingredients

Boiled chick pea – 1 cup
Onion – 1
Carrot – 1
Cauliflower- 10 florets
Boiled potato – 1 medium
( I used Vegit Aloo Mash - ½ cup)
Chili powder – 1 tbsp
Garam masala – ½ tbsp
Salt to taste
Cilantro for garnishing
Bread crumbs
Oil for frying


Method

1. Grind the boiled chick pea in a mixer without adding water.
2. Grate the carrot and cauliflower and finely chop the onions and microwave high for 2 minutes.
3. Combine grinded chick pea and the vegetables
4. Add salt,chili powder, garam masala and cilantro and mix well.

5. Make small balls and flatten it between your hands and roll it in Bread crumbs.
6. Heat oil in a tawa and toast the cutlets
7. Serve with sauce.

This entry goes to Sunday Snacks hosted by Pallavi and Eat healthy fight diabetics hosted by Sangeeth and JFI - Chickpea hosted by Sometime foodie and Legume affair hosted by Srivalli.

16 comments:

Kitchen Flavours

Wow this yummy idea. Looks hot and spicy. Nice entry to the event.

meeso

:)) I laughed reading about the deep frying... all I could think about as all the times my food dissolved completely into little particles in the oil!!! Cutlets look great!

vidhas

Thank you Lubna (KF) amd Meeso. Yes Meeso the same thing happend to me also. :-)

Vaidehi

yummy recipe and nice option for teatime snack

chakali

anudivya

I made this some time back, minus the deep frying. And it was awesome. Nice pics.

jeyashrisuresh

vidya i was just searching for a cutlet recipe to make this evening .what a coincidence. will try it today itself.

Mahimaa's kitchen

this is something i have never tried.. shud try sometime. looks very tempting.

RAKS KITCHEN

This sure is a heathy one,must try it out some time:)

vidhas

Thank you Vaidehi,anudivya,jeyashri, Mahimaa and Raks for passing by and for wonderful comments.

Jeyashri, let me know.

jeyashrisuresh

everything came well.taste wa so nice.only thing what happened to u while deep frying, happened me wile puting it in the tawa. it went like upma.why? what might be the reason. not in shape.still kids and suresh loved it.

vidhas

Have you added potatoes , since the dough is so soft or loose it might have happened.

jeyashrisuresh

yes i added,as i said i followed all ur instructions.might be loose. i think.will try next time

Nithya Praveen

I tried something similar to this,instead of potatoes i used bread(diped and squeezed in water) to help in binding,it was a total disaster.Will try using ur recipe this time.

Nithya Praveen

I tried something similar to this,instead of potatoes i used bread(diped and squeezed in water) to help in binding,it was a total disaster.Will try using ur recipe this time.

ms

Hi vidhas,
thank you very much for a lovely dish for JFI Chickpea.

best,
ms

TAZAIKA

Yummy snack.vl try out soon

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