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Vegetable cutlets

Tell me who don't love them, yummy crispy cutlets are every one's favorite. Once you start munching you cannot stop. I get water in mouth when i just spell its name/ hear its name. It is very simple, quick and partial healthy recipe ( I said partial becoz, water from the cooked vegges is squeezed out and healthy becoz they are much better than baked/deep fried snacks).






Ingredients:
Cabbage- shredded-4cups
Carrot- shredded-2cups
Green chili- finely chopped-1
Capsicum- shredded-1/2cup
Garlic- 1 inch finely chopped
Pepper powder-1/2ts
Salt to taste
turmeric- pinch
chat powder- optional
Corn flour/ all purpose flour-2ts
Oil- as required
Directions:
Semi-cook all the vegetables, so that their structure remain intact. Filter vegetables. Squeeze excess water out and add salt to taste, now it will give out more water squeeze them and add pepper powder to taste. (make sure that mixture remain dry). Add garlic,green chili and flour and mix well. Divide the dough in to equal parts of 1 lemon size each. Take 1 dough-let and make into sphere shape and flatten it. Heat little oil in a skillet and fry them on both sides just like pan cakes/ dosa. Now the cutlets are ready to serve. 
Note: If you want spicy add chat masala to while making dough.


Hope you like my recipe. 

Comments

  1. wow, that sounds superb and very healthy without potatoes :)

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  2. vegetable cutlets looks super yummy

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  3. Hey, the cutlets look veggie veggie, crunchy and spicy... Perfect snack to munch on in rainy days :)

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  4. Yeah.. Yeah.. my all time favorite!!Nice clicks dear :)

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  5. my fave snack and I make it often, but roll it on breadcrumbs before frying...will try your version too soon..have u tried baking this?

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  6. yes...yes... I love cutlets. Yummyyyy during a rainy day..

    Cheers,
    Uma
    http://umaskitchenexperiments.blogspot.com

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  7. Perfect with a cuppa tea :)
    US Masala

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  8. Very healthy and delicious looking cutlets.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Perfect snack with a cuppa hot tea!!!

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  10. Delicious and perfect cutlet...

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  11. Looks yum ..great to munch on

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  12. Looks yummy .. love cutlets anytime.

    Vardhini
    Event: Fast food not Fat food

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  13. Vegetabls cutlet looks crunchy and tempting.

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  14. really suit to ur event i mean ealthy cooking

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  15. Nice n yummy cutlets..looks delicious..:)

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  16. Sounds great! really healthy & yummy looking cutlets :)

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  17. Delicious cutlets without aloo!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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