Sunday, February 26, 2012


I love to have lightly boiled sprouted bean salad with a squeeze of lemon and some tempering. Makes a healthy brunch. I had some left overs and tried out some cutlets adding mashed potato, fresh methi and spices. They turned out super delicious.

Bean sprouts .... 1 cup
Potato ............... 2 small
Corn flour ........ 1 tsp.
Bread crumbs .... 2 tbsps.
Salt .... to taste
Methi leaves ...... 1 tbsp.
Coriander leaves ... 1 tbsp.
Green chillies ......... 1 chopped finely
Amchoor powder .... 1/2 tsp.
Red chilli powder .... a pinch.
Garam masala ......... 1 tsp.
Caraway seeds ......... 1/2 tsp.

1. In a pan boil 2 cups water, switch off the gas.. add a little salt and leave the sprouts in hot water for 5-10 minutes.
2. Drain the water. In a pan heat a little oil and stir fry the sprouts for 2-3 mins. Let them cool.
3. Add all the masalas and the mashed potato along with the crumbs and corn flour.
4. Check the salt. Make cutlets and deep fry or shallow fry them on a non-stick pan.

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  1. hi shobhaji,
    The dhoklas look moist and mouth watering :P
    the sprouts cutlets look crispy and and tempting...

  2. nice way to have sprouts in your diet

  3. Very healthy crunchy kabab.

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  4. This is such a healthy and quick recipe especially if it's not deep fried. Served perfectly with two chutneys.

  5. I love cutlets. Next time will try with sprouted beans. They look so crunchy.

  6. looks like a healthy and delicious snacks - I generally only use bean sprouts to add to Asian (chinese etc,) stir fry, but these look so good.

    1. Yes they are healthy.. I use them a lot in different forms

  7. This looks like a perfect snack for my kids for evening, healthy and delicious at the same time.


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