Chicken Cutlet

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Chicken Cutlet is nothing but a shallow or deep fried patties that can be prepared with vegetables or meat or fish or any fillings of your choice. They are often served as a tea time snack or at kitty tea parties. The cutlets also makes a great and a filling lunch box dish for your kids when placed between 2 slices of bread or bun :-)

 

The patties can be made well in advance and stored in fridge even upto 2 weeks or more in freezer but me being a person who doesn’t like frozen stuffs would prefer to keep for just a day or day in freezer and that too only while preparing in large batches for parties. i make them in advance otherwise, only fresh fresh :-)

 

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Ingredients:

Boiled Chicken Shredded – 1/4 kg
Green Chilli – 1 large or 2 as per the spice required
2 Big Onions cut into tiny pieces
Ginger Garlic Paste 1 tbsp
Garam Masala Powder – 1/2 tsp
Pepper Powder – 1 tsp
Coriander Leaves – handful, chopped
Bread Crumbs or Bread Slices crumbled as required
1 beaten egg
Salt – 1 tsp or as required
Oil – 1 tbsp for masala and extra for frying
Boiled Pototo – 3 nos medium size

Method:

Saute the onion, ginger garlic paste in 1 tbsp oil till its cooked. Add sliced green chillies, pepper powder, garam masala and shredded chicken and salt and saute well. Add few coriander leaves. Remove from flame and once cooled mash the boiled potatoes and add to the above mixture and mix well. Make small balls of the mixture and shape them into cutlets( At this stage you can store in the refrigerator for future use. )

Dip the rolled balls in the egg and roll them in the breadcrumbs. Heat oil in a deep frying pan and once the oil is hot keep the flame in medium and fry the cutlets until golden brown turning over then and them. Remove from fire and place it on a kitchen tissue to drain excess oil. Serve hot with ketchup or sauce with tea and enjoy your hot hot chicken cutlets :-)
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