Thursday, July 10, 2008

Chicken Cutlet

A cutlet with chicken, with cooked chicken meat, potato and spices makes a nice snack or can be placed in between bread slices or buns to have as a sandwich or burger.

Ingredients

2 medium - Chicken breast pieces, cut to small piece
1/2 tsp - turmeric powder
1/2 tsp - Black pepper powder
1 big - Potato, quartered

Salt to taste

Seasonings


1 small - Onion, chopped finely
2 to 4 - Green chili, chopped finely
1 tbsp - Grated ginger
1 tbsp - Grated garlic

1/2 cup - Coriander leaves, chopped finely
2 tsp - Coriander powder
1 tsp - Garam masala powder

For Coating

1/2 cup - Bread crumbs

1 big - Egg


Method


1 ) Cook chicken in little water, along with potato, turmeric powder, pepper powder and salt to taste in pressure cooker for 3 to 4 whistles. Turn the cooker off and cool. Take out the chicken pieces and shred/ mince in a blender in small batches. Transfer to a bowl. Take out the potato pieces and mash it up and mix with shredded chicken.

2 ) Heat oil in a pan, add ginger and garlic, fry for till lightly browned, then add onion, green chili, fry till onion is lightly browned. Add coriander powder, garam masala powder, mix and fry. Then add coriander leaves and fry for few seconds. Transfer to the chicken bowl. Mix and combine well. Adjust salt to taste.

3 ) Make small oval shaped chicken patties out of the chicken mixture. Beat egg and set aside. Spread bread crumbs in a plate, set aside. Now dip each pattie in egg and then roll in bread crumbs.

4 ) Heat a non stick pan with oil to shallow fry the patties. Place patties in the oil and fry on both sides to deep brown color. Drain out of the oil and transfer to a plate.

Serve hot as a snack or place between bread /bun and have as a sandwich / burger.

15 comments:

shriya said...

Love the chicken cutlet . Its one of my fav and I really like your presentation its very neat and if you don't mind I am really curious to know the way you watermarked the pic. Its really very nice. Love it.

Sig said...

Haven't been here in a while.. Hope you are doing good Pravs... Love the chicken cutlets!

Pravs said...

Shriya : Thanks :D You can use photoshop text to watermark the pics as i do.

Sig : Yes, even i have not been to you lovely blog for a while now too. Will be out there soon. Thanks for checking on me :)

Rachel said...

Pravs I'll have a sandwhich please with two of those yummy cutlets..and lots of mayonnaise

homecooked said...

This looks wonderful Pravs! These were a staple in my house during feasts :)

Cham said...

Wow, the cutlets are real crisp... Love ur presentation!

bhags said...

the cutlets look all crisp and perfect color.....loved that flower in between.....hope u r doing fine

Kalai said...

That tomato skin rose is just too cute, Pravs! The cutlets sound and look perfect. Another must try! :)

Seema said...

Hi Pravs - How r u? I have not been blog visiting for a while now... how r u? Hope alls going well.

Cutlets look yum yum!Theres a little something waiting for u on my blog, do check out please!

Shreya said...

Hi, this dish brings back a lot of memories for me! As kids, we used to love chicken, mutton, and fish cutlets that my mother used to make, more than the veg cutlets. Now most of us have turned veggies:D Really yummy looking cutlets you have made!

Divya Vikram said...

Chicken cutlets look awesome..I like their color..

Anonymous said...

Very nice recipe...I used shredded rotisseri chicken instead and asted great with little less effort for lazy-bones like me!Thanks

Pravs said...

Anonymous : Thanks for trying and for the feed back. Good to know it worked out well with rotisseri chicken.

shanthini said...

This was my first visit to your site and want to say a big thanks. The recipe for the chicken cutlet looks really easy but was wondering if I could use semolina instead of breadcrumbs....since I don't have any at home.

Thanks again and am looking forward to trying some of the other recipes too. Cheers.

Pravs said...

shanthini : Welcome to my blog :) if you don;t have breadcrumbs ...just fry dipped in egg is fine. Semolina will give crunchiness ..try it and see.