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Chicken Cutlet




Chicken Cutlet

Spicy cutlet with piping hot tea..can you ever say no to this delicious tea time snack? It is great time saver and the  best part is that you can make the patties  and store in the freezer( without frying) for more than two weeks.The flavor of freshly ground pepper, coriander leaves and a bit  tangy from lemon juice is something I really love in this Kerala style cutlets. This recipe will make around twelve cutlets. Give this recipe a try..

Ingredients

Chicken 3/4 lb
Potato large-1
Onion- 1 medium
Ginger Garlic paste- 1 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp
Pepper powder- 1 tsp
Chilly powder- 1/3 tsp
Garam masala- 3/4 tsp
Chopped Coriander leaves- a little
Lemon juice- 1/2 lemon
salt to taste

Bread Crumbs- 3/4 cup
Egg whites- 2
Oil for frying

Cook chicken along with salt, turmeric powder and half of pepper powder. Once cool either shred or mince the chicken in a food processor.
Boil potato and mash it.
Heat oil in a pan and saute onions till golden brown. Add ginger garlic paste and fry for a few seconds followed by garam masala, pepper powder, chilly powder, minced meat and boiled potatoes,coriander leaves and lemon juice. Saute this in a low flames till it becomes a uniform mixture. Allow this to cool down completely.
Beat egg whites in a bowl. Spread bread crumbs on a plate and keep aside. 
Take the chicken potato mixture and make small balls and using your palm flatten into patties. Dip in egg whites and then roll on bread crumbs and shallow fry till both sides are evenly brown. Serve with tomato ketchup.


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..


Comments

  1. looks so tempting...crispy yum...

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  2. WOW!! Ravile thanne cutlets kandittu kothi varunnu..Adipoli aayittundu!

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  3. Nice crispy chicken cutlets..feel like grabbing one from the picture.

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  4. ah perfect for a lazy evening with tea

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  5. wow these cutlets look awesome.....and perfect in shape....

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  6. The crust looks so crispy ~ very nice recipe n presentation dear:)
    US Masala

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  7. Visiting your blog for the first time and I love your recipes...These cutlets have a nice and crispy crust. Do visit my little space too..

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  8. Looks professional Suja..SO yummy and tempting that I can't take my eyes back from there ! Crispy and colorful too !

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  9. wow..chicken cutlet adipoli ayittundu...you made it perfectly and i loved that deep brown color...:)

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  10. delicious recipe...like ur presentation...u hav a nice space here...glad 2 join u..If u like, then visit my blog and join me too..tc..enjoy..:)

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  11. Nice crispy chicken cutlets..feel like grabbing one from the picture.

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  12. Neatly done crust!! super tempting..

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  13. Delicious cutlets very tempting.

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  14. This sounds sounds so absolutely delicious...can't wait to give it a try!

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  15. Delicious cutlets,luks very tempting...

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  16. Sooper Suja,..as always u rock..Super delicious.

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  17. yummy recipe,thanks for the recipe

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  18. The cutlets look amazing.. so tempting..

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  19. superb dear.looks perfect n crispy

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  20. Love the crispy crust on the cutlet..looks delicious!

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  21. Crispy n yummy perfect for teatime

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  22. They look so tempting, crispy & delicious cutlets :)

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  23. So tempting cutlets,looks so crispy and yummy.

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  24. Visiting you blog for the first time.. You have got a nice collection of recipes... and what a coincidence, chicken cutlet is my latest post too.. :)

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  25. wow. cutlets are perfect. when I was reading this post, my husbad saw this picture and immediately he asked me to prepare. We liked it. Book marked also.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  26. I'd live to devour that whole plate with the sauce and a cup of chai. Too tempting, Suja!!

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  27. yumm yumm yummmm... kothiyavanu sujaaa :)

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  28. Chicken cutlet looks crispy, crunchy, yummy and tempting. Perfect for snacks.

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  30. yummy to snack cutlets look fabulous

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  32. delicious cutlets...they are looking absolutely perfect in shape and crunchy...nice recipe Suja

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