Monday, March 21, 2011

VEGETABLE PATTIES

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If you have left over vegetables or craving for a satisfying spicy snack then you must try this. Made of vegetables and blended with spices, they are flavorful and nutritious as well. This patties  is a good way to let our kid to eat veggies. Some children may even avoid consuming veggies if serve as stir fry or added in the gravy simply it was tasteless or not to their liking but not with this cutlet.

The choice of  veggies is up to you to decide  but bear in mind that it should not be too spicy since you're serving small child and shape them into fun shapes and sizes. The herb used here is the coriander leaves which lend a aromatic and nice flavor to the patties.


VEGETABLE PATTIES

3 potato mashed
1/2 C green peas
1/2 C carrot grated
3 green chili chopped
1 onion chopped
1 tsp cumin seed
1 tsp chili powder
1/4 tsp turmeric
2 garlic
1/2 in ginger
1/4 C coriander leaves chopped
2 T semolina
oil for frying
salt to taste
1/2 C wheat flour  for coating

METHOD

*  Heat  a tablespoon of  oil, fry cumin seed and the onion until light brown, add the ginger, garlic,  chili powder, turmeric, green chili and salt, fry for a minute,  add green peas, carrot , stir well and remove.

*  Transfer the cooked mixture into a bowl, add coriander leaves,  mashed potato and semolina. Add more salt if required. Mix well.

*  Shape into balls then flatten slightly.  Coat the balls with flour. Heat the oil, slide in the cutlet, fry  until it turns golden brown, You can either deep fry or shallow fry them.

*   Transfer and drain on absorbent paper. Serve hot with tomato/chili sauce.

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40 comments:

Priti said...

Yum...done so perfect ...looks very tempting

Paaka Shaale said...

The patties look very tempting. An ideal snack :)

Ramya said...

Patties looks very inviting ..Yummy tea time snack..

Ambreen said...

Wow, looks fantastic & delicious.

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Very nice recipe...perfect with hot tea...Using wheat flour to coat is new to me...

aipi said...

Perfect looking..liked the use of semolina :)

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Sushma Mallya said...

They look so crisp, love to have some with Ketchup, I am sure ur family loved this:)

Raksha said...

very interesting

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Patties look so tasty and mouthwatering. Lovely preparation.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

ma'chiks said...

tq for sharing the recipes and giving ideas, patties something new to me.

jeyashrisuresh said...

fantastic one with tea.u made it nice

Sarah Naveen said...

so perfect n yumm!!! loved it..

Priya Sreeram said...

this looks yumm 1 nicely done

divya said...

Very inviting and delicious patties!!!

Vimitha Anand said...

So very nice patties... Can you pls pass the plate???

Swathi said...

vegetable patties looks yumm.

savitha ramesh said...

Super delicious patties,crispy and crunchy patties.Lovely.

Amritha Kalyani said...

patties looks delicious. super snack .. love it with hot sauce and a cup of tea..

Carolee Sperry said...

lol- not sure my kiddo's would go for this...they are meat and potatoes kind of kids!

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Priya said...

Very inviting patties,i dont bother to have some..

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking savoury snack healthy

SheenaBabu said...

look so tasty and mouthwatering.

Suja Sugathan said...

Tempting patties..looks superb

Vidhya said...

These are some super tempting patties.

Ayu Safieza said...

MMM looking forward to do this once...mmm mcm bergedil jugak kan...but this patties is very tempting.....I wud love to enjoy them alone ....

Brooks at Cakewalker said...

Always looking for innovative ways to get more vegetables into my kids. Now that they are becoming more adventurous with bold flavors and spice, I'm thinking these are the ticket. Thanks!

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Vegetable patties looks so nice and tempting

briarrose said...

A great way to use of leftover veggies. Nummy!

Mrs K said...

I completely agree on feeding these yummy vegetable cutlets to kids who normally fuss over other vegetable forms.This is exciting for adults as well:)Scrummy snack and healthy too !!!

Panchpakwan said...

Wow so yummy and delicious vegetable cutlets.

Zareena said...

I too make this type of cutlets and my kid likes it a lot. Nice recipe.

Dimah said...

Great combo and looks delicious!

Kankana said...

oh i love those .. specially with evening tea .. ginger tea :)

Sasha said...

Hi!! I love your blog. There is much creativity and love what you do.

Medeja said...

Looks delicious, I think I will try them sometime :) thanks

Peggy said...

What a great way to use up leftover veggies!

Nikki @ The Tolerant Vegan said...

I've never used semolina, but I'll try any kind of veggie burger. It sounds good! Thanks for the recipe!

Shirley said...

Could do with good old veg patties anytime.

daniela said...

thank you very much for your recipe! We are happy to have you among us. We've written an email to explain everything. A big kiss and thanks again
Daniela

thecoffeebreak said...

I just love this recipe!Easy and perfect for lunch!