THis is a very simple veggie cutlet. the cutlets can be eaten on it's own with a nice cup of tea or coffee, with either sweet tamarind chutney or green chutney. When we were growing up, it was a fixed item on any birthday or a party menu, and these cutlets being so versatile found it's shape in bite size pieces hooked on toothpicks or in a pattie form for any sandwich or a burger.
You will need;
3 Boiled Potatoes, Peeled and mashed and kept aside
1 Cup mixture of boiled peas, boiled corn, boiled beetroot, cauliflower and capsicum, all chopped into really small pieces
1 tbspn Ginger and Garlic paste
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp chat masala
1 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp corriander powder
Salt to taste,
1tsp Lemon juice or if you like add 1 tsp Amchur or dry mango powder
2 tbspn fine Sooji or bread crumbs to coat the cutlets before frying
Oil for Shallow frying in a pan
Take the mashed potatoes in a wide bowl, add 1 Cup mixture of boiled peas, boiled corn, boiled beetroot, cauliflower and capsicum, all chopped into really small pieces, mix well. To this mix add the ginger garlic paste, cumin powder some corroiander powder, chat masala, red chilli powder, salt and lemon juice (or dry amchur powder if you like) and made small cutlets or tikki's.. and coated each with fine sooji or bread crumbs and shallow fry in oil.
Njoii on a rainy/snowy day with some green chutney. Don't forget to invite a few of your close friends.
PS. I am sending these cutlets to A Girls Diary event; Whats on your kebab platter?