Chicken Cutlet


One of the snacks that kids always love to have. We always loved cutlets and mom made lovely ones. this is my mom's recipe and i hope you all would love it too :)

Ingredients:
500 gram chicken
1/2 tsp pepper powder
1/2 tsp garam masala
1 smashed green chilly
1 small piece smashed ginger
salt to taste

1 big onion ( chopped )
2 potatoes ( boiled and peeled )
1 inch ginger ( chopped)
3-4 green chillies
1/4 tsp garam masala
1/4 tsp pepper powder
1 cup bread crumbs
1 egg
few curry leaves ( chopped)
salt to taste
oil

Method:
Boil the chicken with garam masala , pepper powder, ginger, green chilly and salt.
Debone and cut the chicken into small pieces.
Boil the potatoes and smash it.
Heat oil in a kadai and saute onions, green chillies, ginger, curry leaves, pepper powder, garam masala, and mix well until the onions turn translucent.
Add the chopped chicken pieces and mix well,now add the potatoes and add salt if needed, and mix, let it cool.
Once cooled , roll into balls and flat it or any of your choice.
Beat the egg, dip the cutlet first in the egg and then coat with bread crumbs.
Deep fry it in oil, until golden in colour.
Serve hot with any sauce of your choice.



27 comments:

  1. Crisp and yumm cutlets..:-) good click too...

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  2. My fav.one..kandittu kothi varunnu..

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  3. Although I don't take chicken very frequently this one sure is inviting :-)

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  4. Wow kothipichu enne kollalee!!looks perfect and crunchy dear....

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  5. Kandittu kothiyaye...vayaronnu sookshichooo...perfect cutlets...

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  6. i definitely loved it pria as it looks mouthwatering, become so crispy too...thanks for sharing this nice recipe...and hope u had a great diwali

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  7. Lovely recipes..you have a nice space here..than ks for following my blog...

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  8. Please do participate in my ongoing event "sunday snacks: festive snacks of Navratri & diwali"
    http://indranid.blogspot.com/2009/09/announcing-sunday-snacks-event-festive.html

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  9. Thanku dear friends for your lovely words :)

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  10. Crispy and juicy chicken cutlets, drool worthy!

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  11. One of my fav's ..looks very tempting!!
    excllnt dea..!!!

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  12. Thnx Mythreyi, Sarah nd Nandini

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  13. looks very yummy..looks very crispy...following ur every move..he he!

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  14. sure saju, ur always welcome :)

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  15. Being veggie, can't have them,:( but they sure do look crispy n tempting...

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  16. hi pria, have an award for u. Please visit my blog.

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  17. Hi , first time here.u have a cute blog..Like ur template :)

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  18. This sounds like a great appetizer! Glad that you liked my veg kurma recpe. You have a great blog here with yummy recipes!

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  19. da,
    wat a presentation ente ponne?!pls pass on that plate...luks fabulous
    mail chk cheyumallo

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  20. hi pria,
    have an ward for u. lease collect them from my blog

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  21. Hey Pria,

    Sorry for the delay in joining you... You not only cook yum, but present it yum too...that I drool all over...

    Lovely looking cutlets...never tried non veg...Now sure will following this post...

    Kindly collect awards from my blog,
    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  22. Yummy & perfect one,sure kids love this,Do visit my blog when u find time

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