Thursday, May 30, 2013

Suji Cutlets

Now get ready for a yummy breakfast that your kids may just love...

 


Ingredients:

  • Suji  150 gms (1 cup)
  • Roasted peanuts  50 gms
  • Water  2 cups
  • Milk  1 cup
  • Salt to taste
  • Garam masala  1/2 tsp
  • Green chilli  4 pcs [finely chopped]
  • Ginger  small piece [grated]
  • Coriander leaves  2 tbps [finely chopped]
  • Ghee/refined oil to fry

Method:

    1. Heat slightly ghee/oil in a deep pan.
    2.  Add suji and fry for 2-3 mins on low flame.Ensure that suji 's colour is not changed.. Add salt.
    3. Add water & milk to the suji in the pan. Keep on stirring.
    4. When the mixture turns into dough,close the flame and let the mixture cool.
    5. Now mix it manually to make the dough smooth.
    6. Grind the roasted peanuts in a mixer. 
    7. Mix the ground peanuts,coriander leaves,green chilly,ginger and garam masala. Mix well.Add this mixture to the suji dough and again mix well. 
    8. Make small balls of the dough.You may change its shape into heart or oval or any other shape your kids may fancy!


    9. Take suji in a plate,spread it and roll all the balls into it.Keep aside. 
    10. Heat refined oil in the deep pan.
    11. Now deep fry one ball and see it does not break.If so,deep fry 3-4 balls at a time till they turn light brown.
    12. In case the ball founds breaking,prepare a thick solution of maida [2 tbps] & water [1/2 cup],then dip the balls into it and deep fry.It happens when dough is not prepared properly.

    Serve hot with tomato sauce, or, chutney of coriander or mint.

15 comments:

  1. the cutlets have been my favourite.The suji cutlet is a hit with my taste buds.

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  4. i found this cutlet very tasty..my wife tried it...keep on posting such reciepes..

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    1. I thankfully expect your wife liked it.

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  5. I showed this recipe to my mom,who prepared it.It was just fun.

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  6. I have never had sooji cutlets...thanks for sharing...sounds new and interesting!

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    1. Suchi ji,my family members and acquaintances have liked it which prompted me to share it with all.Persons like you just keep me up.

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  7. Adding milk to cutlets is a unique touch...very interesting and loved the presentation too!!

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    1. Thanks Mukta Ji. Adding milk enhances taste and crispness.Thanks for your response.

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    2. Thanks Mukta Ji. Adding milk enhances taste and crispness.Thanks for your response.

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  8. Completely new to me. M gonna try this. Thanks a lot sangeeta

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    1. Hi Akshara,tanks to you. Suji gives a wide range of recipes.Will try to post more such dishes in near future.

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  9. Never tried..looks yummy..will be trying..may be tomorrow..

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