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Fish Cutlet


Fish Cutlet

Fish cutlet is a spicy snack and can also be served as an excellent appetizer. You can use any kind of fleshy fish fillets or canned ones..its entirely up to you. In this recipe I used tilapia fillets. It is spicy,delicious and easy to make.


Ingredients
Fish-1 lb
Potato large-1
Ginger garlic paste- 2 tsp
Green chilly-1
Onion-1large
Turmeric powder-a pinch
Pepper powder- 3/4 tsp
Garam masala- 1 tsp
Coriander leaves chopped-a handful
lemon juice- 1/2 lemon
salt to taste

Egg white-2
Bread crumbs- 1 cup

Cut fish into pieces and cook  adding salt turmeric and little water. Once cooked,drain off the excess water using a strainer.
Wash potato and cook with the skin on. When it is cooked peel off the skin and grate it or mash and keep aside.
Heat one tsp of oil in pan and add onions,chopped green chilly,garlic and ginger paste. Saute till onions are soft and raw flavor disappears. Add the dry masala and fry for one more minute and switch off the flame. Add this to the mashed potatoes and crumbled fish mixture. Add chopped coriander leaves, salt and lemon juice. Combine every thing and make small balls. Flatten on your palm into patties.
In a separate bowl beat egg white till light and fluffy. Spread bread crumbs on a plate.Take each patties and dip in egg whites and then roll on the bread mixture and coat it evenly. Drop patties in hot oil and fry till both sides are evenly brown.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. oh Kidu!!!! nalla adipoli ayittundallo..ippo eduthu thinnann thonnunnu

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  2. Wow,yUmmy perfectly crisy Fish cutlets dear.Luv to grab it.Thanks for dropping in.

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  3. Crispy anf yumm luking FCutlets Dear,Luv to grab it.

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  4. superb..they look so perfectly shaped and fried..

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  5. omg...this is absolutely delicious..:)

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  6. Adipoli fish cutlet Suja, very delicious looking.

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  7. perfectly shaped and fried and cooked awesome cutlets. wish could have grabbed a few

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  8. This looks so crispy and delicious.

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  9. Crispy cutlets looks extremely inviting..

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  10. I'm drooling , cutlets looks so perfect

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  11. wow... it looks perfect.. so crispy and delicious... bookmarking it for sure...

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  12. looks delicious and perfect cutlets ..........

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  13. Look at the colour........looks so perfectly crunchy.

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  14. I am drooling over Suja.They have come out perfect.Superb !

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  15. loved the pic...king size and its my fav cutlet

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  16. Ooooh....the cutlets look simply perfect!! Loved the nice brown crust :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  17. The fish cutlets looks absolutely delicious and crispy...drooling!!

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  18. perfect cutlets, never had fish cutlets, they look yum..please accept an award from my space..

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  19. They are perfectly shaped and looks delicious.

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  20. Fish cutlets looks yummy and delicious,first time here.Following you,Please do drop at my space.

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  21. Wow. You did it very perfectly sujha. I have already bookmarked the same kind in chicken version. I am bookmarking this too.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  22. wow wow..Looks like a bakery cutlet,indeed better than that.So perfect !!

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  23. Looks just perfect..All I need is a cup of tea to go with it..delicious..hugs and smiles

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  24. yummm.. yummm... I love.. love fish cutlets.. :-)

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  25. hi suja, lovely recipe to try out this week,among many other lovely recipes from our blogger friends. everyone is so kind to share, i feel touched. you are one of the best.
    i can finish a plate of these fish cutlets, no need to eat rice or bread or pasta..
    just add veggie or fruits..

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  26. Fish cutlet looks crispy, yummy, tempting and mouth watering. Feel like having it now. Wonderful presentation.

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  27. Its been so long Suja dear. How have you been? Cutlets look perfect.

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  28. fish cutlet super aayittundu....loved that perfect brown color and texture..

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  29. Yummy recipe. Will try soon.

    http://luckysskitchen.blogspot.in/

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