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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Chicken Cutlet & Yogurt-Mint Chutney



 
                                                          
Serves: 15 cutlets, Preparation time: 45 minutes


Ingredients:
For filling
300 gm Chicken
1 large Onion (finely chopped)
1 piece of Ginger
5 pods of Garlic
3-4 Green chillies (finely chopped)
1/2 tsp Pepper powder
1 tsp Red chilly powder
1 tsp Garam masala
Salt to taste


For outer coat
4-5 Potatoes (boiled)
1 tbsp Ginger-Garlic paste
1 tsp Pepper powder
2 tbsp Coriander leaves finely chopped
1 tsp Red chilli powder
1 tsp Cornflour
Salt to taste
1 Egg (beaten)
1 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
Oil for frying


Method:
Wash and drain the chicken properly. In a pressure cooker add chicken pieces, salt, 1 cup water and cook until it is tender. Shred the chicken pieces and keep aside for later use. Heat oil in a skillet, add chopped onions and fry till it is pink. Add ginger-garlic paste, green chillies and fry till it leaves oil. Add shredded chicken and salt, keep it on low flame and saute for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and allow the mixture to cool thoroughly.
The mixture
                                                                 
                              Mash the potatoes and mix ginger-garlic paste, pepper powder, coriander leaves, salt and cornflour. Now dab a little oil in your palms and place 1 tablespoon of potato mixture in it, make small balls in round, flatten it out just a little bit and fill 2 tsp of chicken mixture and cover the potato mixture evenly. Whip the beaten egg with a pinch of salt. Dip the cutlets in the beaten egg and roll in the breadcrumbs evenly. Heat oil in a deep frying pan and once the oil is hot fry the cutlets over medium heat until golden brown. Turn it over to fry well on the other side. Remove cutlets from oil and let it cool on paper towel. Serve hot with onion rings and Yogurt-Mint Chutney. 

                                                                        


Yogurt-Mint Chutney: 
1/2 cup fresh Mint leaves
1/2 cup fresh Green coriander leaves
1 tbsp fresh Lemon juice
2 1/2 tsp minced fresh Ginger
2 Green chillies
2 tbsp Plain yogurt 
Salt to taste
  Mix and blend all the ingredients thoroughly in a blender to make a smooth paste.
                                          
User comments & tips :

  • The green chillies can be increased or toned down according to one's taste.
  • Don't fry chicken cutlets on high heat, or your breadcrumbs will burn before the cutlet is cooked well from inside.

29 comments:

  1. perfect looking cutlet. fabulous combo!

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  2. Superb and mindblowing cutlets!! pics looks so great...plus mint dip...wow..

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  3. perfectly done,would be awesome with that mint chutney

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  4. Looks so yummy with the mint chutney, beautiful click too...

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  5. Looks yummy dear and beautiful click too..

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  6. Looks so perfect and crispy dear!

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  7. Deepa,

    Cutlet and mint chutney looks perfect.

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  8. Awesome..I loved the texture on outside :-)

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  9. Yummy cutlet so crisp and it looks perfect. Nice post.

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  10. Hey Deepa, very tempting cutlets. By the way your blog needs just 5 more followers to make it a 100...!!! I hope you will post a delicious recipe to celebrate the golden follower of this blog....

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  11. I am all burps..... Very yummy & too too tempting.... Right now no chicken but as soon as I can eat, I would wanna try this prep....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  12. Cutlets look delectable dear..they have turned out perfect and crispy.

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  13. How on the earth did you make them look so even and perfect?! How delicious.

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  14. yumm yumm.. perfect snack!

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  15. Fantastic Recipe !! I Really would love to try this one !! Looking like Mc Donald's stuff !!

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  16. Cutlets look superb...so crispy and good...must have tasted so good with the mint chutney :)

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  17. wow so lovely n perfect, mouth-watering!!!Nice combination.

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  18. Oh I tried something similar at a local Indian restaurant and loved it with samosas! I am so excited to make it one night!

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  19. Looks wonderful with perfect shapes and finish. Very tempting ...

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  20. Deare Deepa
    Subho nababarsha!!
    Thanks for this great recipe on new year day.
    I have become quite irregular on blog and could not read many posts...will make it up soon.
    bhalo theko
    ghosh kaku

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  21. The cutlet is such a beautiful golden and the chutney is yummm

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  22. Shubho Noboborsho. Sorry ami onekdin por tomar blog e elam. Ami tomar opor raag korbo keno? Eirokom kokhono bhebona.
    Khub sundor hoyechhe chicken cutlet ta. Dekhei jibhe jol eshe gelo . Crispy hoyechhe r tar shathe chutney tao darun.

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  23. what can I say Deepa? Cutlets are my great weakness and yours make me crave:) Like the way you explained it. Nice clicks too.

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  24. I m drroling over ur cutlet.Its tea time here,oh I wish that plate was infront of me..
    Thanks a lot for ur Vishu wishes...

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  25. Hi dear,

    Please collect ur awards from my blog!

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  26. they are so perfectly shaped....nice

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