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November 3, 2008

Bread cutlet

Bread cutlet can be made in a jiffy. It consumes less oil and yet tastes great. Another good news is-no potatoes added in this recipe, YAY!

Makes 5 Cutlets

Ingredients:
Bread slices-3-4
Coriander leaves-2 tsp chopped
Green chilli chopped-1(small)
Ginger chopped-1/2 tsp
Salt
Garam masala powder-1/4 tsp
Kitchen king masala-1/4 tsp(optional)
Turmeric powder-a pinch
Chilli powder-a pinch

To fry in 1 tsp oil:
Finely chopped onion-1/2 cup
Grated carrot-1/2 cup
Grated Zucchini(optional)-1/2 cup

Method:
Heat oil in a pan. Fry the veggies for 5 minutes(sprinkle salt while frying) till they become tender.
Dip bread pieces in water and take them out immediately. Squeeze out excess water and mix the bread with the veggies and other spice powders to form a dough. Shape them into small cutlets and shallow fry in 2-3 tsp of oil till golden brown on both sides.

31 comments:

  1. Good looking cutlets.....Nice blog with amazing pics.

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  2. Wow these look delicious, bet it tasted pretty yummy...

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  3. I call it coco cashew because I used coconut and cashews in the sweet....

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  4. Cutlet without potato, good way to indulge!

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  5. Wowww cutlets looks fabulous Mahima...Azhaga, pakkave aasaiya irruku..yeppadi ippadi yellam..kalakuringa ponga..:)

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  6. That was quick! Looks great, did you make it today?

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  7. I haven't had bread cutlet like this.. only the deep fried version. Looks so good Mahima.

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  8. Looks very quick and easy and a great snack for kids (and us too ;-))

    Konjam diet-la irukkalamnu paathen..but it's so hard to stay away from the food blogs :-)

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  9. That looks too good Mahimaa! Easy one too.

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  10. am going to try this one and let u know Mahi.looks really good and very easy too.

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  11. Kewl thats an awesome dish... I love the taste of bread when soaked mmm...

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  12. kanna,
    The pic is amezing,inviting,colourful.Seeing your Blog makes me forget my dieting.You made me feel hungry.I think you are catching up with Anush in photography.
    Keep it up my child.
    Appa

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  13. cutlets look great..nice picture..

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  14. Wow they just looks so delicious, i am surprised they are made with bread.

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  15. Wow looks great Mahi. I often make a similar cutlet for the children as evening snacks. And they luv it.

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  16. hey, it does sound easy and tasty Mahimaa! I think I'll give this a shot sometime:) btw, hope you can find time to participate in my Vegetarian Thanksgiving event!:)

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  17. woow, the cutlets look so mouth-watering. Bookmarked to try. Potato fry looks great too!

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  18. Mahimaa, i have something for you in my blog...

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  19. Hi da..
    Bread Cutlet looks yummy .Its very simple and delicious ...will try this ..
    love
    veena

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  20. Thanks friends..

    Mansi, I will surely send some recipes for your event!

    Appa, Thanks a lot.. I am glad you r comparing my photography skills with that of anush.

    Priya, ungala vidava nan kalakaren?

    Vibaas, thanks for the award dear.

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  21. Bread cutlets look crispy and easy to make...they look tempting

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  22. Mahima, I tried this recipe and came out really well.. thanks to you.. have posted it in my blog too..

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  23. This is what i am looking for.great recipe.thanku for posting.

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  28. hi mahimaa
    thanks for the recipe...i tried it out....

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  29. thanks a lot for the recipe...i tried it out.

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  30. They were really easy and tasty! :)

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