// Vegetable Cutlet
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« on: May 03, 2011 04:00 AM »


1 medium size carrot
1 medium size potato
1 medium size beet root (optional)
4-5 Beans Peas (optional)
To Grind:

1 small piece garlic
2-3 Fennel seeds
2-3 Green chili 2-3
1 medium size onion finely cut & keep.
Coriander leaves little bit
To dip:

2-3 tablespoon of Maida & Add little bit of water and mix them well

Take 3-4 slices of bread & powder them. (you can use either breads crumbs)

Finely cut all the above said vegetables.
Wash & Pressure-cook with little bit of water, turmeric powder & salt.
Smash them & keep it aside (if there is any excess water in the cooked vegetables just drain).
Heat one tablespoon of oil.
Fry onions till it turns into brown & add the grounded paste. Just fry for few seconds.
Then add the smashed vegetables & fry till it gets thickened. Wait to cool.
Then make them into small balls and dip it in the above said Maida consistency & immediately smear them in the above said powder and spread them in the plate or paper to dry.
Once everything is over just do deep-fry or roast both the sides of them by adding little bit of oil till it turns into brown in the wok or thava.
Servings: 12-15 (depends upon the balls you are making)

Side Dish: Ketchup, Chilly chutney

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