Mixed vegetables- 1 cup chopped and boiled (I used beans, carrot and peas)
Potato- 1 cup (boiled)
Cilantro- 1/2 cup
Red chilli powder- 1 tsp (adjust the spice level according to your taste)
Coriander seeds- 1/2 tsp
Ginger garlic paste- 1/2 tsp
Turmeric- a pinch
All purpose flour- 4 tbsp
Bread crumbs- 1/2 cup
Oil for frying
Peel and grate boiled potatoes. Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pan and add cumin seeds, once it splutter add turmeric, ginger garlic paste, sauté for few seconds and add grated potato, chilli powder, chopped cilantro and mix well. Squeeze as much as water as you can from the boiled vegetables and then add it to the potato mixture. Then squeeze some lemon for more taste. Sauté until the remaining water evaporates, for about 2-3 minutes. Add salt and adjust the spice level at this point. The patties is the one which gives a great taste for the cutlet when fried. Allow the mixture to cool.
Meanwhile.. in a frying pan, add enough oil to fry the patties and turn on the heat. Put all-purpose flour and breadcrumbs in two different dishes mix water to all-purpose flour and make a thick batter and keep it ready. Divide the mixture into equal small portions and flatten them into desired shape with 1/4 inch thickness.
Dip the patty first in all purpose flour batter and then coat it completely with bread crumbs and fry in the heated oil until golden brown. Enjoy with ketchup and mint chutney.
18 thoughts on “Vegetable Cutlet”
Nice, love that brown crust!
Like Ela, I love that golden brown crust! They look very tasty.
How interesting, Deepti! We have potato cakes or fritters in Brazil that are very similar to these ones. These look fantastic. Wishing you a very Happy Mother’s day!
This is a very nice and healthy recipe. Thanks Deepti for sharing. 3 Hourse every day!!! this is way too much. I hope you will find a closer work soon:). Happy Mothers Day.
These look so golden, soft and melt-in-mouth 😀
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Am totally salivating at these pics! I can imagine eating them with a cup of tea. Yum!
Wow Deepti, these veggies cutlets look delicious, you achieved the perfect color!
Have a wonderful weekend 😀
I can see myself eating these gorgeous tikkis with some garam “Chai”. Love the beautiful golden crust on it too!
I bet you can’t even miss the meat in these because of such a powerhouse packed flavor punch!
I can so well understand your situation. It’s hard to balance family, work and the blog at times. These cutlets look amazing and the extreme close-up is making my mouth water.
Looks tasty. I am sure they freeze well. It is nice to have them on hand.
Deepti, your vegetable cutlets have such a perfect and wonderful color but what I like even better than their delectable looking outside, is the array of spices that you used for the mix – it sounds just amazing.
Thanks for sharing yet another wonderful recipe!
Perfect golden little bites!
Am in love with these lovely cutlet! Thanks for sharing..
These look so tasty !!
Deepti, hope all is well and that life is treating you kindly…
All the best and a wonderful Sunday,
Thank you so much for your concern. I am doing well and have been awfully busy with guests, vacation and work, hence not able to blog.. I have missed many of your recipes already!
Looks so amazing! Perfect for tea time!