Hunger Pangs? Make Crispy Delectable Cutlets At Home
Hunger pangs? A hot cup of tea and munchies make for the perfect combination on a rainy day. So why not enjoy the season with something delicious? While pakore are what come to mind, how about trying sesame bread patties or cutlets today? The mouth-watering snack can easily satiate your hunger pangs too!
Archana Doshi from Archanas Kitchen recently shared the delectable recipe on Instagram.
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Sesame Bread Patties Recipe is one of the most delicious snacks to accompany a rainy evening. There is something special about sitting by a window and watching the rain fall, while sipping on a hot cup of your favourite beverage and nibbling on something spicy, crunchy and tasty. These Sesame Bread Patties fall exactly in that category. They’re crisp and crunchy outside, soft, melt-in-the-mouth inside, and make for a delicious snack to enjoy at teatime. #MonsoonSnacks Get the recipe from the smart.bio link in my profile @archanaskitchen . . . . . . . . #recipes #easyrecipes #snacks #teatime #teatimesnacks #archanaskitchen #healthyeating #highprotein #eatfit #cooking #food #healthyrecipes #foodphotography #recipeoftheday #comfortfood #deliciousfood
1 – Crusty bread log
4 tbsp – Hung curd (Greek yogurt)
1 – Onion, finely chopped
3 – Green chillies, finely chopped
1 tsp – Black sesame seeds
3 tbsp – Sesame seeds (Til seeds)
½ tsp – Sugar, Red chilli powder
1 tbsp – Corn flour
Salt, to taste
Sunflower oil for shallow frying
Trim the sides of the bread slices. Dip around 10 of them in water for a few second and then immediately squeeze out as much water as possible.
Now take a bowl and mix the soggy bread with remaining slices. Mash to make a soggy dough.
To this, add hung curd, finely chopped onions and green chillies and mix well. Sprinkle the black and white sesame seeds, sugar, red chilli powder, salt and cornflour. Mix till it forms a mixture that is wet, but can be handled.
Let the mixture rest for 10-15. Then divide it into 12-14 equal parts and shape them into small cutlets. Grease your palms a bit so that the batter doesn’t stick.
The cutlets shouldn’t be too thick as they then take longer to cook, and also absorb more oil. Make them thin enough to cook easily and also hold shape.
Preheat a skillet on medium heat. Place the cutlets on the skillet, drizzle some oil on the top and cook them evenly until golden brown and crisp on both sides.
Once done, remove the cutlets and place them on kitchen paper to drain excess oil.
Serve the cutlets along with lime wedges, tomato ketchup or salad. Enjoy!
So,when you are going to try it for your eve snacks?
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