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Soya Chunks Cutlet

Posted By Vardhini On October 19, 2011 @ 6:10 am In Appetizers,Blog Hop,Gallery,Healthy Recipes,Indian,Kid Friendly,Snacks | No Comments

Week 7 of “Blog Hop Wednesday” started by Radhika and I am paired with Anamika of TasteJunction. Her blog needs no introduction and her pictures speak more than words or should I say they both compete with each her. Being new to blogging, I have to say that she is one of the few people who have become close to me. She has a lovely collection of recipes and I had my eyes on this recipe right from the day she posted it. Thanks to blog hop, I finally got around to making it. 

We love soya chunks and I am very excited to have found a new way to use them. They are very rich in protein and these cutlets are shallow fried making it healthy. My boy loved it and so did K. Thankfully my 3 yr old decided to take a nap while I was clicking away to my heart’s content experimenting with settings and angles. Now that is something which happens once in a blue moon and for the most part I need to keep asking her to take her hands or legs off the table or tripod. 

Off to the recipe.


Ingredients
1 cup soya chunks (soaked in warm water for 15 minutes)
1 small onion
1 cup potato (mashed)
1/2 cup peas boiled or steamed
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp red chilly powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp chat masala
2 tbsp bread crumbs
1/4 cup coriander leaves
Oil to shallow fry

For Dipping the Patties
Bread Crumbs
1 – 2 tbsp oats powdered

References
Recipe adapted form TasteJunction

Method
Powder the oats and mix with bread crumbs and keep aside.

Soak the soya chunks in warm water for 15 minutes. They plump up on soaking.

Squeeze out as much water as possible.

Add onions to the soya chunks and chop finely. Use a chopper or food processor.

Add mashed potatoes and peas.

Add the spice powders and salt. (Chilly powder, chat masala and cumin powder). Mix well.

Add breadcrumbs and mix.

Add coriander leaves and mix.

Heat oil in a pan for shallow frying. Pinch a small portion of mix and flatten it forming a patty.

Coat the patty with breadcrumbs-oats mixture.

Place the patties in the pan.

Flip over in few minutes. Flip over again if needed. We want a nice golden color on both sides.

Yummy cutlets with ketchup. Ready to dive in.

Another click.

Enjoy!


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