My daughter was complaining the other day that she wasn't eating any 'interesting' snack for a while and so I came up with these cutlets. If there are any moms with 8 yr olds at home, they might empathize with me on my plight. The word 'interesting' takes so many meanings and each time they baffle me! These kids amaze me with their ever changing likes and dislikes. It was almost time for my daughter to come back from school and I was thinking hard what to offer for a snack , when I thought I would experiment with cabbage and semiya and make cutlets and so here I am blogging about these cutlets..Feel free to add as any veggies as possible to suit your tastes. Also add any other spices to give your personal touch!

Ingredients

Cabbage finely chopped and Boiled 1 cup
Potatoes Boiled and Mashed 1 cup
Semiya(Vermicell) boiled 1 cup
Bread 4 slices
Ginger 1 inch
Salt as per taste
Green chillies 2-3 or as per taste
Coriander leaves chopped 2 Tbsp

Method Of Preparation - 

Mix the finely chopped and boiled cabbage, boiled and mashed potatoes, boiled semiya and mix well.


Add salt, grated ginger, and chopped green chillies.


Cut the sides of the bread slices and dip them water, squeeze the water out and scatter over the above mixture.


Mix well so that it results in a dough. Make as many discs as possible with the dough and shallow fry them on both sides on a hot griddle/tava.


Serve them hot with tomato ketchup or chutney of your choice. (Sprinkle some Black salt (Kala namak) on the cutlets to lend some punch to the cutlets!!).

This makes it to the CKF- Festive Foods -Sweet/Savory Versions hosted by Suma and initiated by Sharmi and also to Akila's 'Dish Name starts with C'


Makes approx. 16 cutlets


Preparation Time  25 min
Posted by Harini on Saturday, October 9, 2010

8 comments

  1. belesaaru Says:
  2. I love cutlets, and this is a new recipe to add into my to-do list.

     
  3. Priya Says:
  4. Adding semiya in cutlets sounds very interesting,beautiful and delicious snacks..

     
  5. Cabbage Cutlets look awesome. Very well made.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  6. Sayantani Says:
  7. this is a real good recipe. interesting easy and looks so very tasty. thanks for sharing.

     
  8. Sharmi Says:
  9. very nice recipe! kids will love it! Why don't you send this to CFK event? You can find the link in my post.

     
  10. Suma Gandlur Says:
  11. Mee ammayiki interesting anpinchaya? My 9 year old is a sanyasini. It is hard to please her.:)
    Thanks for this yummy and nutritious snack idea.

     
  12. Harini Says:
  13. I am happy to say that my 8 yr old approved of this nutritious snack..but i am not so sure she wld opine the same way the next time ..and so the cycle continues...:)

     
  14. Nasreen Basu Says:
  15. very useful really good information thanks for posting such a good information it will hepls the people a lot keep it up , Regards,
    Semiya upma

     
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