These are my favourite cutlets. Usually I make them plain, but for a change.. added some crushed walnuts because hubby dear loves them. I was satisfied with the result !!! they came out quite good. You can actually make use of your left-over chicken keema this way.
Ingredients:Chicken mince .... 150 gms
Walnuts .............. handful ( crushed coarsely)
Eggs ................... 1
Bread crumbs ..... freshly made from 1 slice ( if using dried crumbs, take 2-3 tbsps)
To Cook the Chicken Mince:
Onion ... 1 big ( about 1 cup sliced)
Tomato ... 1 small
Ginger paste.... 1 tsp
Garlic paste .. 1 tsp
Green chilli ... 1
Coriander powder .. 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder ...... 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder... 1/4 tsp
Garam masala ...... 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder ... 1/8 tsp
Salt ................... to taste
1. Heat oil in a pan and add onions. Saute until golden brown.
2. Add the ginger garlic, chillies, tomato and mix until tomatoes are soft.
3. Now tip in the chicken mince, salt and the spice powders. Saute well until the colour changes.Sprinkle a little water and cook until done on low flame. It has to be dry. Set aside to cool.
To Prepare the Cutlets:
1. Mix one egg, half of the breadcrumbs, little garam masala, crushed walnuts to the chicken mince. Check the salt. It will be little moist because of the egg, but not to worry. Refrigerate it for an hour or more before making cutlets.
2. Roll them in the remaining bread crumbs. If you are not frying them, put them back in the refrigerator again until you are ready.
3. Heat a little oil in a flat pan/griddle, fry the cutlets. Since the chicken mince is already cooked, you just have to fry lightly. The texture of the cutlets will be nice and firm because of the egg.
i am drooling over here.. looks irresistible and munchy...ReplyDelete
Yes they are very tasty PTDelete
Sounds really yummy!!!ReplyDelete
Yes dear .. thanksDelete
yummy cutlets...Thank you very much for the award..will post it soon...ReplyDelete
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You deserve it and thanks for liking the recipeDelete
Another delicious recipe :) Tempting me to have some right now :( Thanks for the fabulous award Shobha ji...and thanks for linking these delicious cutlets to my contest:) My best wishes!!ReplyDelete
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You must make these Divya..Delete
wow yummy looking cutlets.ReplyDelete
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nice and munchyReplyDelete
yummy. cutlets are looking perfectReplyDelete
These are so yummy!!! Beautiful recipe!ReplyDelete
Glad you liked it AlidaDelete
Makes me hungry,super tempting and irresistible..ReplyDelete
Priya, make them today :)Delete
mm..I want some right NOW!..lovely recipe :)ReplyDelete
All yours Jagruti..Delete
And di, we can also steam the same to get steamed cutlets, right?ReplyDelete
The walnut variation is a great idea.
Cutlet looks delicious, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.
What a delicious recipe, so full of flavour! I love using nuts in breading - they add so much flavour and nutrition as well.ReplyDelete
Yes April.. my hubby loves walnuts.. and this recipe is made specially for himDelete
nice cutlet.adding walnut is very healthy.ReplyDelete