Pulses + Paneer = Cutlet

These cutlets go as one of my most bizarre left over management scheme. But they tasted good – so had to go here. Main ingredient were the remains: like handful of boiled Rajma  and some crumbles of Paneer. So the outcome was mixing these both , adding some masalas and some gluey ingredient to make them into cutlets.

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This doesn’t require a recipe, you can mix match anything instead of these, just add right masalas to make these.

  1. Mix boiled rajma with panner – mash.
  2. Add green chilies, salt, coriander leaves, mint leaves, red chilli powder and black pepper.
  3. Mix boiled potatoes and\or bread slices with the mix. I also added oats and these made the patties quite crispy. IMG_0250
  4. Make small patties of the mix.
  5. Shallow fry till golden brown. IMG_0251

Server with ketchup or any chutney. Goes well as a healthy dainty evening chow.

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Comments

  1. Rajma and paneer, excellent combo..

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  2. great way to take care of the leftovers...yum looking cutlets

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  3. great way to take care of the leftovers...yum looking cutlets

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  4. looks yummy n soft n crispy cutlets dear.........loved ur title of recipe.

    Maha

    www.mahaslovelyhome.blogspot.com

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  5. That looks delicious...

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  6. Interesting recipe and i would love that with some hot tea.

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  7. A delicious recipe out of the leftovers. Yum!

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  8. Sounds great, loved this combo, should be yumm! Wish I could have it now with tea :)

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  9. yum! what a clever use of leftover beans and paneer. glad you shared it!

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  10. good combination. would love to try it though

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