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Tapioca Cutlet Recipe

Tapioca Cutlet is a popular Indian Snack
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On :
Thursday, 11 August, 2016
Category :
Vegetarian Recipe
Course :
Snack Recipe
Cuisine :
Indian Recipe
Technique :
Shallow Fry Recipe
Difficulty :
Medium
Servings :
Serves 2
RATINGs :
Rated 4 based on 100 votes
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Ingredients

  • 200 g - boiled mashed ( freshly cooked or left over ) tapioca pieces
  • 1 tbsp - oil
  • 1 onion, finely sliced
  • 1/2 - inch piece ginger, finely chopped
  • 1 spring Curry leaves
  • 1/2 tsp - Red Chilli powder
  • 1/4 tsp - Turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tsp - Garam Masala powder
  • 1/2 tsp - salt ( or to taste )
  • 2 tbsp - Maida ( all-purpose flour )
  • 1/4 cup - water ( for Maida )
  • 50 g - breadcrumbs
  • 100 ml - oil ( to fry )
  • How to Make Tapioca Cutlet:

    1. Mix 2 tbsp maida in 1/4 cup water and make a smooth solution and keep aside.
    2. Heat oil in a pan and add finely sliced onions and fry till golden in colour and fragrant.
    3. Add chopped ginger and curry leaves and mix well.
    4. Add red chilli powder, turmeric powder and saute on low heat for 2 - 3 minutes or till the raw smell goes.
    5. Add boiled and mashed tapioca pieces, garam masala powder and salt to taste and stir well. Do not add water.
    6. Cover with a lid and cook on a low heat for 10 minutes stirring occasionally.
    7. Switch off the heat and allow to cool.
    8. Divide this mixture into 6 equal portions.
    9. Make even - sized balls and flatten them into round shapes in your palms.
    10. Dip into maida solution on both the sides and roll them in breadcrumbs all sides.
    11. Heat oil in a kadai / frying pan. Reduce heat to medium and deep fry cutlets (3 cutlets at a time) until golden in colour on both the sides.
    12. Serve hot with tomato sauce and fresh salad.
    13. Recipe Courtesy: Niya's World



     

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