Sunday, October 20, 2013

Mutton Cutlets

So the winter season is knocking now and some thing hot hot to eat has started coming to our mind.It appears we can start with the non veg cutlets!

  •       Minced meat  [Keema]  500 gm
  •           Garlic & ginger paste   2 tbsp
  •           Bread Slices  10
  •           Bread crumbs  1/2 cup
  •       Red chili powder  1/2 tsp
  •       Dry garam masala  1tsp
  •           Coriander leaves  1small bunch
  •           Small onion  2
  •           Green chili  4
  •        Pure ghee or refined oil  1 cup
  •           Egg4


  •        Clean well minced meat.
  •        Soak bread slices in water, squeeze out after 5 minutes and crush to pulp.
  •        Chop finely the green coriander leaves and chilies.
  •       Chop finely the onion.
  •     Beat the eggs.

         Serves 06 person


  • Take keema, chopped onion and garlic ginger paste with 1 ½  cup of water in a pressure cooker. Cook for 1-2 whistles. Make sure water is dried and keema is tender.
  • Take the contents in a bowl, mix bread pulp, chopped green chili, bread crumbs,dry garam masala, red chili powder,salt, and chopped coriander leaves. Make sure that every ingredient is mixed well and dough is smooth.
  • Distribute the whole mixture in equal small balls.
  • Mould every ball in oval shaped cutlets and keep in a flat plate.
  • Spread bread crumbs on a plate.Dip every cutlet in beaten egg and roll on crumb plate to coat on both sides with bread crumbs.

  • Heat  ghee or oil in heavy bottomed pan [kadahi] on high flame.
  • When ghee/oil is suitably heated, deep fry 3-4 cutlets at a time till it turns  brown. 
The yummy Mutton Cutlet is ready to enjoy with lunch or dinner or in breakfast.
Serve hot with onion pieces and green coriander chutney.


  1. My fav.
    Thank you for teaching. :)

    1. I wish this blog could cater to your more favourites!

  2. I like the concept of non veg cutlets. The preparing steps and ingredients are good enough. I think anybody can adopt this food recipe tips from your blog.

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    1. I am thankful for you kind comments.Such comments encourage me to share what i know with those interested.

  4. I'll take that as a much easier alternative to Mutton Kebabs 'of 'Lucknow'! Much easier to prepare and serves as snacks,apetizers or even main course! keep them coming!