Spinach soya cutlets and some photos..

Yes, I am still in India, and so the absence from blogging for sometime now, but I have been bloghopping whenever I can. Actually, partly laziness and of course,have not been really cooking anything worthblogging lately, though I am having good yummy food.


We had guests for dinner yesterday, and thats when I made this cutlets which was liked by everyone and so I thought of sharing it with you all. Hope you like it too. They were easy and quick to make as well as healthy too.

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Spinach soya cutlets and some photos.. Yum
Servings
Ingredients
  • 4 Potatoes - large
  • 1 cup Soya Nutrella granules
  • a small bunch Spinach
  • to taste Salt
  • 2 tsp Turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp chilly Red powder
  • Ginger garlic chilly green paste- (made with 1'ginger+3-4 green chillies+4-5cloves of garlic)
  • Semolina bread cutlets or crumbs- to coat on the
  • Coriander leaves - chopped fine
  • Oil for shallow frying
Servings
Ingredients
  • 4 Potatoes - large
  • 1 cup Soya Nutrella granules
  • a small bunch Spinach
  • to taste Salt
  • 2 tsp Turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp chilly Red powder
  • Ginger garlic chilly green paste- (made with 1'ginger+3-4 green chillies+4-5cloves of garlic)
  • Semolina bread cutlets or crumbs- to coat on the
  • Coriander leaves - chopped fine
  • Oil for shallow frying
Instructions
  1. Cook the potatoes in pressure cooker or microwave till it is soft enough to mash into a smooth paste. Soak the soya granules in hot water for 15 minutes till soft and mash it. Blanch the spinach and make a puree with it. Now mix together the mashed potatoes,soya granules and the spinach puree along with the spices,coriander and corn flour.
  2. Now divide them into small equal portions and shape each of the portion into small thick discs. Coat these discs with bread crumbs or rava. Shallow fry them till they turn brown on both the sides.
  3. Serve hot with tomato ketchup.
Recipe Notes

I though of sharing some Janmashtami and Varalakshmi viratham photos with you all. Though it has been almost weeks when we celebrated them, but never found time to post. So here I sign off leaving you to see the pictures. Have a good time and enjoy yourselves.

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27 thoughts on “Spinach soya cutlets and some photos..”

  1. spinach and soy combination in cutlets is interesting. V.Vratham and janmasthami photos are too good. Trust you had good time celebrating them back home 🙂

  2. spinach and soy combination in cutlets is interesting. V.Vratham and janmasthami photos are too good. Trust you had good time celebrating them back home 🙂

  3. Hey, this looks delicious…and the soya add to to the healthy value of the meal..thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

  4. Healthy n yummy cutlets. Nice pics of thr deities.Hope u r having a good time in India sowmya. Been ages since I visted other blogs, how have u been dear?

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