Friday, February 22, 2008

Soya cutlets

After trying out soya roast, i couldn't wait to try another recipe with soya.I found this granulted soya in the local market.It had a simple cutlet recipe on the back cover i had to try it.This my version of soya cutles adapted from the cover recipe.You can even bake these instead of frying.Here is my another cutlet recipe.


Soya - 1/2 cup (granulated)
Potato - 3 medium sized(boiled)
Mixed vegetables - 1/2cup
Green chillies - 4 (chopped)
Turmeric powder -1/2tsp
Garam masala - 1/2tsp
Ginger garlic - 2tbsp (finely minced)
Egg - 1 (beaten)
Bread crumbs - as needed
Salt - as needed
Oil - for deep frying


Cook soya as per the package instruction and keep it aside.Boil potatoes and mash well.In a ot pan, heat 2tsp of oil and fry ginger garlic and chopped green chillies.After the raw smell goes add the boiled mixed veggies(i used frozen mixed veggies and boiled them in microwave).After sauting for sometime add potaoes, turmeric powder,garam masala and salt.Now add cooked soya and mix it well together.In a bowl take well beaten egg and put bread crumbs in a plate.Heat oil in a pan for deep frying.Make cutlets out of the veggie mixture and dip them into the egg first and roll them well into the bread crumbs.Fry it in the hot oil until golden brown.Serve it hot with ketup/chutney.


Asha said...

YUM! Looks great Mahesh!:)
I bought Soy flour to make Patties, works well and healthy too. Enjoy the weekend girl.

Kalai said...

Looks great, Maheshwari! Great use of soy. Pls drop by my blog when you get a chance to see a surprise waiting for you! :) Have a wonderful weekend!

Cham said...

Sounds great the recipe. Patties have the perfect color.

Dhivya said...

Hmm lovely cutlets...can i grab one..

Lavanya Raj said...

cutlet looks so lovely..thanks for sharing.

DEEPA said...

yummy cutlets ....wish could have both of them !!!

Uma said...

Delicious soya cutlets! Love the shape!

zlamushka said...

i just bought some soy granules, thus was lookign for a recipe. I ll definitely try yours.

remya said...

healthy have one with hot coffee....ur madanan uncle's daughter rht from seelathikulam??? me too from there....

Anonymous said...

could not roll it into flat round shape, it breaks