Is there a specific time of the day that you look forward to the most? It can be mornings for some and evenings for others, and if you fall in the latter category- you're just like us. Evenings hold a special place in our daily routine, don't you agree? It is the time to unwind and indulge in mouth-watering snacks in the company of your loved ones. After a long and busy day, all you need is some yummy food to replenish your energy. While there are plenty of snacks to choose from, one such loved tea-time snack are cutlets. They are easy to make and extremely versatile. You can experiment with these crispy delights in numerous ways. Stuff them with your favourite filling and serve with chutney to relish its taste. So, if you're craving some delicious cutlets, here we bring you a list of quick and easy cutlet recipes to pair with your evening tea. These snacks will be ready in no time. Take a look.
Here're 5 Quick And Easy Cutlet Recipes You Must Try:
1.Aloo Semiya Cutlet (Our Recommendation)
Craving something mouth-watering with your evening tea? Then this aloo semiya cutlet recipe is just for you! It is made using boiled potatoes and semiya (vermicelli) to give it the perfect amount of crunch and crispiness. It is super easy to make and is spiced in a mix of flavourful masalas. Click here for the recipe.
Make these delicious ragi cutlets with just a handful of ingredients. Potato, onion, carrot, cabbage and ragi flour are combined together to make a semi-soft dough and deep-fried until golden brown. You can also shallow fry them, as per your preference. Click here for the recipe.
Another interesting cutlet recipe that you must try is this pizza cutlet. Mashed potatoes are filled with veggies like capsicum, corn, jalapenos, olives, paneer, and garnished with Italian seasonings. We can assure you that this recipe will be loved by people of all ages. Click here for the recipe.
This snack is a perfect combination of both health and taste. It is made with roasted oats, cottage cheese, vegetables and a host of tangy spices. These oat cutlets are super healthy as they are baked and make for a perfect tea-time snack. Click here for the recipe.
Chickpea (chana) cutlets are high in protein and super delicious. Soaked chanas are ground to make a smooth paste and mixed with a handful of other ingredients. Shaped into a cutlet and pan-fried until golden brown - these cutlets taste best when served with green chutney or ketchup. Click here for the recipe.
Try these quick and easy cutlet recipes and let us know which one is your favourite in the comments section below.
About Vaishali KapilaVaishali finds comfort in eating parathas and rajma chawal but is equally enthusiastic about exploring different cuisines. When she's not eating or baking, you can often find her curled up on the couch watching her favourite TV show - FRIENDS.