Monday, May 01, 2006

Moong sprout cutlets

R got this recipe from somewhere and passed it on to me. Quick and easy.

You will need:
Potatoes 2 cups boiled and mashed
Moong Sprouts 1 cup
Green chillies 3 finely chopped
Grated ginger 1 tsp
Garam Masala 1/2 tsp
Carrot 2 tbsp chopped
Bread 2 slices
Oil or ghee for frying
Salt to taste

How to:
1. Boil the carrot pieces and mash them gently.
2. Soak the bread slices in water and squeeze out the water.
3. Mix well the potatoes, carrots, bread slices, green chillies,
ginger, salt and garam masala.
4. Take lemon sized portions and shape into cutlets.
5. Press about a tablespoonful of sprouts on one side of the
cutlet.
6. Shallow fry on both sides using a little ghee.
7. Serve hot.

11 comments:

Vaishali said...

Pressing the Moong sprouts onto the cutlet's surface is an interesting idea. I'm sure these should turn out to be good-looking cutlets. But will the sprouts not burn while being shallow-fried?
That's a great snack recipe, by the way.

Sukanya M said...

Good question. Since I didnot try it myself. I will have to ask my sis R and revert pronto!

Sukanya M said...

Vaishali, R replies:
They are to be deep fried till they turn brown but not dark brown. They should be fried.

priya said...

I have never tried making moong sprout cutlets . I bet they must be very tasty. Thanx for the recipe. Shall try it soon.

piriyamudan amma said...

Moong sprouts will definitely add to the taste. It may not burn if cooked in medium flame.

Sukanya M said...

Hi Priyamudan amma (Am not sure if thats your name or not!)...U answered both mine and Priya's query. That is also what R, my sis said, but I couldnt word it well enough. They should be fried...but not burnt!

Ashwini said...

I love cooking with sprouts. This is such an interesting recipe.

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Sukanya M said...

I could but I couldnt find any links to them. Where have u added them?

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Springbird said...

was looking for a simple recipe and found ur blog.Thanks for the recipe will try it out today.